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For any couple who are thinking of having sex in the great outdoors, I promise you this is a must read. I came across it after seeing a brief summary of the story in a tabloid. This article also reveals that over 50% of people would have sex in public - an interesting read.
Read More at - http://www.sexyfun.co.uk/breaking-sex-news/couple-cavort-on-clock-tower-in-full-view-of-hundreds.htmlFor any couple who are thinking of having sex in the great outdoors, I promise you... more
Shocking pictures have emerged of a stark naked couple having sex on clock tower in the middle of a busy shopping centre.Shocking pictures have emerged of a stark naked couple having sex on clock tower in... more
A migliaia sono stati distribuiti in tutta la citta' di Sydney e sobborghi della capitale del Nuovo Galles del Sud i volantini che pubblicizzano la giornata contro Berlusconi : No Berlusconi Day. In programma il 5 Dicembre alle ore 13 (ora di Sydney) fuori alla sede del Consolato d'Italia a Sydney . Di chi l'iniziativa? Non si sa, sicuramente qualcuno di origine italiana. Perche' a Sydney in Australia? La politica italiana e' cosi' seguita da queste parti? Forse. Da quando l'Italia ha dato l'opportunita' ai propri cittadini residenti all'estero non solo di votare, ma di esprimere propri candidati che li rappresentassero presso il parlamento italiano, molti italiani in Australia si sono politicizzati. Un bene? Un male? Certo la comunita' italiana in Australia soffre di molte divisioni che prima del voto all'estero non esistevano. Tornando alla giornata "No Berlusconi Day" non ha nessun valore politico, da queste parti vuol dire solo screditare il governo italiano pro tempore e gettare fango sugli italiani in Italia e all'estero. E chi scrive non e' un berlusconiano......!A migliaia sono stati distribuiti in tutta la citta' di Sydney e sobborghi della... more
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Thousands sat down to breakfast on the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Sunday after the iconic structure was closed to traffic and carpeted with grass for the first time for a giant picnic.
About 6,000 early risers were on the steel bridge from 6:30 am to take part in the two-hour event designed to showcase Sydney's best food and outdoor lifestyle.
As accordion players and trumpeters provided the background music, those who had won tickets to the picnic in a random lottery munched on fruit, pastries, muesli, yoghurt, and the staple Australian breakfast spread Vegemite.
"It's amazing to see the bridge in this perspective," said Sydneysider Don Fuchs of the structure which is used by about 100,000 cars daily.
"Usually you sit in the car, you cross it, and that's it."
"It was beautiful," said Linda Curnow who attended the picnic with her family. "The grass was so thick it was like being in your back yard."
New South Wales state Premier Nathan Rees said the event was set to become an annual feature of Sydney's month-long October food festival.
About 45,000 people applied for tickets to the breakfast for which people brought their own food but were able to taste samples from some of the state's best producers.
"I don't think we were ever doubtful of the success of this event today," a government spokesman told AFP. "It was a unique world first for this iconic attraction. This type of event typifies the Australian personality."
Organisers are planning to use about 40 percent of the grass on Sydney parks.
The bridge was due to reopen at about 1:00 pm.Thousands sat down to breakfast on the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Sunday after the... more
Photographs of New York-based all-male ballet company The Trocks performing at the Kings Cross fountain in Syndey, Australia on Friday, October 23, 2009.Photographs of New York-based all-male ballet company The Trocks performing at the... more
The dusty blanket that wrapped itself around Sydney this morning pushed air pollution levels to 1500 times their normal levels - the highest on record, a climate scientist says.
Sydneysiders woke to a red dawn this morning as a thick dust storm caused havoc with transport and raised health fears.
The size of the dust cloud surprised weather experts, who say it has covered half of NSW.The dusty blanket that wrapped itself around Sydney this morning pushed air pollution... more
From a friend in Sydney:
"No one recalls anything like this – they say it’s from the Red Centre, where gale force winds blew throughout the night, bringing it all this way – we have strong to gale force winds blowing at present, but all the dust now seems to have blown out to sea..."
From the Gallery:
"As I write this, there's an insane dust storm that's sweeping over Sydney. I found out about it by seeing a Twitter post from Dan Hill. I'm based in San Francisco but found it so extraordinary I decided to go and see if I could spot pictures coming in and make a little gallery out of them."From a friend in Sydney: "No one recalls anything like this – they say... more
Australia's worst dust storm in 70 years blanketed the heavily populated east coast Wednesday in a cloud of red Outback grit, nearly closed the country's largest airport and left millions of people coughing and sputtering in the streets.Australia's worst dust storm in 70 years blanketed the heavily populated east... more
I've never seen anything like this in Sydney! Check out the photographs and video on the story page at the link above.
From "Now Public"
"Sydneysiders woke up today and find the sky has turned red. A huge dust storm blanketed Sydney, reducing visibility to few meters in some places.
The severity of the dust cloud will gradually decline, but will not go away until tonight.
Mick told ABC Online: "In Sydney's south-western suburbs I've just woken up to a glowing red window! Thought it was Armageddon! Either that or South Korea [sic] had nuked us!"
Another ABC Online contributor wrote in: "Red. Dusty. Making hard to breath... There are baby birds dead in our backyard. And our cat's gone missing."
Environmental Health director Dr Wayne Smith advised people with poor health, asthma, heart, or lung disease should remain indoors.
Schools are sill open and parents are told to send their children to school unless they have health problems.
Sydney Ferries has canceled its services. Ferry tickets could be used on buses this morning.
Flights to Sydney have been diverted to Brisbane and Melbourne, and outbound flights have been delayed.
Steve, who is driving to Tamworth, says rain is making conditions even more treacherous.
"It's almost raining mud," he told ABC Local Radio. "I have a green car and it's now an orange car. The wipers are barely able to cope with all the mud."I've never seen anything like this in Sydney! Check out the photographs and... more
People with asthma and other breathing problems have been advised to stay indoors after a thick blanket of dust settled over the city this morning.
Sydneysiders woke to a red haze after strong winds brought large amounts of dust from inland NSW and South Australia, and dumped it on the city.
The conditions could trigger asthma attacks and cause problems for people with other respiratory conditions, medical experts said.People with asthma and other breathing problems have been advised to stay indoors... more
Sydneysiders have woken to a red haze unlike anything seen before by residents or weather experts, as the sun struggles to pierce a thick blanket of dust cloaking the city this morning.
The fiery haze was the result of the sun hitting the blanket of dust, Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Jane Golding said.
"The reason for the dust is we had some really strong winds in the inland areas of NSW and in South Australia for a sustained period yesterday," she said.
"That's lifted a whole lot of dust off the ground because it's quite dry out there, many of those areas are still drought affected."
The lifted dust had been carried by the winds into Sydney.
According to a bunch of my mates back in Sydney; the city has come to a total stand-still.
Check out some of the amazing photographs published in the Sydney Morning Herald (see link).Sydneysiders have woken to a red haze unlike anything seen before by residents or... more
Photographs from the launch of "Ralph" magazine's swimwear calendar at Star City in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday, September 22, 2009.Photographs from the launch of "Ralph" magazine's swimwear calendar at... more
Photographs from the Hot in the City lingerie show at the Rosemount Sydney Fashion Festival at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia on Friday, August 21, 2009.Photographs from the Hot in the City lingerie show at the Rosemount Sydney Fashion... more
Photographs from the launch of a lingerie line by Annalise Braakensiek - called "Annalise - the Collection" - in Sydney, Australia on Wednesday, August 19, 2009.Photographs from the launch of a lingerie line by Annalise Braakensiek - called... more
Photographs of models showing off designs by Seafolly at the Rosemount Sydney Fashion Festival at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday, August 18, 2009.Photographs of models showing off designs by Seafolly at the Rosemount Sydney Fashion... more
Have you ever visited the land of Oz? I'm not talking about the place where you'll find the Wizard. I'm talking about Australia - land of Roos! Australia is a place I've always wanted to visit. A few people have sent in lists of excellent places to see if I ever make it there. If you're from Syndey, where else do you recommend we check out?Have you ever visited the land of Oz? I'm not talking about the place where... more
"For months it has been known simply as Steven Soderbergh's untitled project for the Sydney Theatre Company.
The secret nature of the production that opens in December has been tantalising. What could the prolific American filmmaker, who won an Oscar for Traffic and was nominated for Erin Brockovich and sex, lies and videotape, have in mind?
Would it be as commercial as his biggest movies (Oceans 11, 12 and 13) or as indie-spirited as his other work (notably the low-budget drama Bubble and the upcoming two-part Che, on the life of Che Guevara)?
Or even as "there" as two movies he wants to make - a 3-D musical about Cleopatra starring Catherine Zeta-Jones or a biopic about Liberace starring Michael Douglas?
The STC's co-artistic directors, Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton, have joked about the project on the company's website.
"Trust me, this guy could direct the phone book," says Blanchett. "The phone book? Is that the secret project?" Upton replies.
Now Soderbergh has revealed the first details about what he is planning. Talking from Los Angeles about his latest film, the "high-end call-girl" drama The Girlfriend Experience, which opens in cinemas in September, he says the production is based on a real-life murder case in the US.
He cannot say what it is yet because all the rights to the story have not been locked down. The third of three acts is still unfolding in the courts.""For months it has been known simply as Steven Soderbergh's untitled project... more