Former Australian Idol contestant Mark Da Costa is again putting his fate in the hands of reality TV. Tonight he makes his appearance in the blind audition rounds of The Voice Australia. It’s a second chance for Mark who reached the final 12 of Idol’s season five. “I can’t say what I’m singing, but I…Details
It is rare that an attractive young woman can walk past a construction site or a truck full of men without being wolf-whistled or honked at. The Newsroom took to the streets of Sydney to find out why men feel the urge to make their presence known in this way… and what women actually think…Details
The model life is often put on a pedestal. Outsiders see it as glamorous: after all, people just stand around looking beautiful, receive free designer clothes, or simply travel and party. That’s the decadent fantasy … and it is time to put an end to the illusion. Being a model is hard work, certainly not…Details
Until recently it seemed that windows of opportunity for up-and-coming artistes in Sydney were narrowing. Local live music venues have declined over the past few years, forced by mounting debt and noise complaints to close their doors. The iconic Annandale Hotel was the latest to face closure after going into receivership in February. There is now light…Details
Poor will power is not necessarily what drives you to overeat on junk food. Investigative writer Michael Moss has uncovered a conspiracy by food manufacturers to get you hooked on foods that are both cheap and easy to make. Sugar, salt and fat are the top three substances making processed foods addictive. Sugar alone has…Details
Most of us are back at work this week, after the Easter long weekend. Many of us probably consumed a tad too much chocolate, while others attended church services and spent quality time with their family members.
Natalija Antic took to the streets to ask how Sydneysiders spent their long weekend.
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The Newsroom talks humble beginnings, hard work and the possible death of publishing with Sam McIntosh and Derek Rielly, co-owners of surf mag STAB, now celebrating 10 years afloat. Sam McIntosh contends that most people have a business idea, but hardly anyone actually gives it a crack. It’s rare for someone to back themselves…Details
Everyone’s favourite bit of retro technology – the Polaroid camera – has been re-invented. Italian design firm ADR Studio has teamed up with the Polaroid brand to bring us the Socialmatic camera. This funky piece of technology, to be released early in 2014, is specifically designed to take, share and print Instagram pictures and is bound to…Details
The 2013 Royal Easter Show marks 190 years of Australian culture. The Newsroom took a look at the first day of Sydney’s biggest easter event.
Whether you’re from a rural town or Inner City suburb, there’s fun and exciting experiences for everyone.
– Elizabeth Cullen and Paige Ahearn
Those hot guys flexing their biceps at the summer festivals… did you notice those legs? Call it chicken leg syndrome if you want – because that’s what it looks like. Don’t they realise how weird it looks? It happens, fitness experts say, because guys obsess about developing their upper bodies, and neglect the rest. It’s not…Details