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2017-06-11 Plane lands safely in Sydney with hole in engine casing Sydney
C. 2017-04-21 US to honour 'dumb' Australia migrant deal Sydney
3. 2017-02-08 Australian man trapped in dam with just nose above water Sydney
E. 2016-08-19 All Blacks hotel room in Sydney 'bugged'
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J. 2016-02-24 1978 Mardi Gras activists get official apology New South Wales, Sydney

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Plane lands safely in Sydney with hole in engine casing


June 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jun. 11  
  A China Eastern A330 heading to Shanghai returned safely to Sydney after an in-flight problem left a gaping hole in the engine casing


April 2017 ... more > Top ^
Apr.21   US to honour 'dumb' Australia migrant deal  Mike Pence: The United States has confirmed it will be going through with a migrant resettlement plan made with Australia

February 2017 ... more > Top ^
Feb.8   Australian man trapped in dam with just nose above water  An Australian man has survived spending hours struggling to keep his nose above water after his excavator rolled into a dam

year 2016 Top ^

Aug.19  All Blacks hotel room in Sydney 'bugged' Jun.6 Collaroy Beach 'loses 50m' after Australia storm Jun.5   Australia storm leaves three dead and homes in danger
  Three people are confirmed dead after massive storms flooded rivers, uprooted trees and tore into beaches along Australia's east coast Mar.30  Professional surfer mauled by shark off eastern Australia Mar.6 Three men shot during Sydney factory siege Feb.24 1978 Mardi Gras activists get official apology Feb.15 Australia police seize meth hidden in bras inserts

year 2015 Top ^

Dec.16  Asia's investors cheer the Fed's move to raise rates Dec.15 Tornado rips roofs off homes as record winds lash Sydney
Dec.9 Sydney police arrest teen and man over 'terror plans' Nov.9  Swedish man killed in Sydney shopping trolley crash Oct.6  Sydney shooting: Police arrest five over killing Aug.25 Dozens rescued as wild weather lashes NSW south coast Jun.10     PM Tony Abbott urges regional action against IS  Australian Prime Minister has urged Asia Pacific nations to fight jihadist groups, saying Islamic State (IS) has global ambitions Apr.22 Cruise ship docks after getting stranded in storm Apr.20 Fierce storm lashes southeast Australia; 3 people feared dead Apr.9  Cricket legend & commentator dies at 84 Mar.26  Australia beating defending champions India Feb.21 Sydney siege: Security hotline had 18 calls before attack Feb.10 Police charge two Sydney men over terror offences Jan.31  Australia win first Asian Cup title Jan.28   Inquest hears of Sydney siege deaths  The start of an inquest into the Sydney cafe siege has heard that hostage Katrina Dawson was killed by fragments from a police bullet or bul...

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.28  Sailing: Wild Oats wins Sydney-Hobart Dec.23 Arrests in Sydney anti-terror raid
Dec.22  Sydney bids farewell to siege dead Dec.16  Sydney café siege probe 'well advanced' Dec.15   Abbott pays tribute to siege dead   Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has paid tribute to the two hostages who died in the Sydney café siege Australia begins siege investigation into deaths Dec.14  3 people escape Sydney café where gunman holds hostages   Gunman takes hostages in Lindt café Map of Martin Place Sydney Australia
  At least one gunman has taken several people hostage at a cafe in Sydney. Pictures on TV a black flag with Arabic writing
 3 dead, including gunman, after raid ends Sydney hostage situation. Man Haron Monis, an Iranian also known for sending hate mail to the families of fallen soldiers, was holed up with the captives
Dec.2 Hughes funeral held in Australia Nov.26   Australia batsman Phil Hughes dies
  Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has died in hospital, two days after being hit on the head by a ball Nov.25  Australia's Phil Hughes 'critical' after being hit by cricket ball Nov.23  Mother charged for abandoning baby in drain Nov.18  Australian dies in Cambodia nightclub fire Nov.1  Western Sydney Wanderers win Asian Champions League Sep.18 Australia raids foil reported ISIS beheading plots Sep.17 Australia raids over killing plot Jun.3  Underwater sound examined for links to missing jet Apr.16  William praises Australia on visit Apr.15  Australian NSW leader resigns over wine gift

year 2013 Top ^

Oct.23 Pilot dies battling Australia fires
  Australia bush fires: Worst may be over   Firefighters battling blazes that menaced the western suburbs of Sydney, are concerned about Thursday's weather conditions Oct.22   Weather fear as Australia fires burn   More than 3,000 firefighters in Australia are battling devastating bushfires raging across New South Wales as weather conditions worsen Oct.19  Australian bush fires set to worsen Oct.17   Australia wildfires raze homes Map of Winmalee Australia  Australian fire fighters are battling a series of major wildfires in New South Wales, with fears that hundreds of homes have been destroyed  Australia bush fires menace New South Wales homes May.26   Sydney blaze nurse admits 11 murders  Roger Dean, 37, who started a fire at a Sydney nursing home has admitted 11 counts of murder May.10 Search ends for 2 Australian Carnival cruise ship passengers May.9   2 cruise line passengers missing off Australian coast
  Authorities launched a search Thursday after two passengers went missing overnight when the Carnival Cruise ship Spirit docked in Sydney Feb.27 Australia finds largest meth haul

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.19  Elephant crushes Australian zookeeper

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.28  Crocodile Elvis sinks teeth into lawnmower Nov.18  Fatal fire: Nurse charged with murder  Fatalities in Australia nursing home fire Oct.30   Qantas ordered to end labor dispute   An Australian workplace relations tribunal ordered Qantas to end a labor dispute that has left tens of thousands of passengers stranded worl... Oct.1  Plane stuck in Sydney Ferris wheel Sep.6  Hostage drama in law office Aug.14 World Bank warns of 'new danger zone'
Aug.3 No suspect in bomb 'hoax device' case   Bomb squad helps teenager
  Bomb-squad officers have freed an 18-year-old girl who was inside a house in Sydney with a bomb that was reportedly strapped to her body
Apr.20  Rioters burn asylum centre

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.13  Oprah impresses Sydney during visit Nov.15  Qantas involved in another mid-air drama Oct.24  Singapore bourse launches ASX bid May.14   Australia hails solo yachts girl
  Australians have gathered around harbour to welcome back Jessica Watson, 16, from her record round-the-world sailing adventure Feb.14  Five terror attack plotters sentenced

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.15 Terror suspects convicted
Sep.22  Desert dust storm chokes city Aug.4  More Sydney terror plot charges Mar.22  Deadly brawl at airport

year 2008 Top ^

Jul.19  Pope warns of 'spiritual desert' Jul.18 Pope sorry for 'evil' of clergy sex abuse
Apr.30  5 killed, 9 injured in boat collision in harbor Mar.28  Sullivan improves 50m world swim record Mar.6  Ex-Gitmo detainee loses lawsuit Feb.29  Gay pride event turns 30 Jan.21  Australasia markets see further losses

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.31  Million revelers cheered fireworks Sep.7  Bush spars with Roh on Korean war Sep.6  Bush, China's Hu tackle thorny issues Sep.2  Security tight as APEC meeting started Jul.23  World 'losing fight against Aids' Jul.6   Live Earth concerts kick off
  24-hour global concert series to raise awareness about climate change got a traditional Aboriginal welcome Mar.31  Climate change blackout Feb.23  Cheney warns on Chinese build-up

year 2006 Top ^

Jun.12  Warming 'threat to Asian security'

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.26   Media magnate Kerry Packer dies  Australia's richest man has died peacefully at the age of 68 at home among his family Dec.18  Arms seized in beach raid Dec.12   Second night of riots  Violence triggered by race tensions has hit Sydney for a 2nd night, with youths damaging cars and shops Nov.13  Terror accused nuclear link Nov.7 17 held in Australia terror swoop


year 2003 Top ^

Nov.22 England revels in rugby World Cup glory
Nov.16  England into World Cup final Nov.15  Australia shock New Zealand in semi Feb.15  Rally against war on Iraq Jan.30  At Least 7 Killed as Train Derails Jan.6  Australia wins Ashes series 4-1

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.4 Wildfires ravage Sydney
Apr.30  May Day protesters clash with police Jan.5  Australia cleansweeps over S. Africa Jan.3  Super-helicopter rescues firefighters

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.25  Struggle with inferno Nov.16  Hewitt beats Rafter, becomes No. 1 Sep.23  Australia beats Sweden

year 2000 Top ^

Oct.1 Michael Johnson wins 6th gold medal
  Olympic Games closed  Jones, Freeman were the best stories  Jones runs her total to 5 Sep.30  Kenyans dominant in distance events Sep.15  17-year-old Ian Thorpe wins 4 medals     Olympic Games open
  Organizers thrilled the 110,000 spectators and an 4 billion TV viewers with a spectacular opening ceremony
 Australian Governor General Sir William Deane declared the games officially open. 12,697 performers , including some Aborigine women, take part in the ceremony. Golfer Greg Norman carried the torch across the spectacular harbor bridge to bring the Olympics down under

before year 2000
Jan. 26, 1788   First British convicts settled in Australia
  There were 775 convicts on board six transport ships. They were accompanied by officials, members of the crew, marines, the families