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  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    TOO MUCH SEX IS KILLING QUOLLS, AND NOW WE KNOW WHY

    Believe it or not, dying from too much sex is fairly normal for a quoll, but the reasons behind it could help them survive.

    National, Queensland
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    WILL REVENGE TRAVEL BE ENOUGH TO SELL VIRGIN TO AUSTRALIAN INVESTORS?

    Virgin will have to convince investors that this is not the top of the earnings cycle for airlines, and that the post-COVID sugar hit...

    Business, Companies
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    ‘HANDS OFF AFRICA!': POPE TELLS GREEDY FOREIGN COMPANIES TO STOP PLUNDERING CONGO

    Francis plunged headfirst into his agenda, denouncing the exploitation of Africa by colonial powers, today's multinational mining industries...

    Hands, Power, World, Africa
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    WORKING FAMILIES FACE HIGHEST COST OF LIVING RISES IN 20 YEARS

    Charities have warned that increasing numbers of households are reaching crisis point with everyday expenses.

    Face, Politics, Federal
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    THE RIP-OUT-YOUR-HEART ROLE THAT HUGH JACKMAN WOULDN'T LET GO

    The Australian star chased hard for a role in French director Florian Zeller's follow-up to the Oscar-winning drama The Father.

    Culture, Movies
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    IT'S FEBRUARY, SO WHY ARE THESE CLOTHES STILL IN YOUR WARDROBE?

    The trends from 2022 that you should well and truly have left behind, and what you should replace them with.

    Lifestyle, Fashion
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    BRETT WHITE KNOCKS OUT ORIGIN RIVAL

    Brett White knocked out Queensland Maroons forward Steve Price in an iconic State of Origin brawl in 2009.

    Sport, NRL
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    THE BEST THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN MELBOURNE IN FEBRUARY

    Check out all the best festivals, gigs, shows and special events in Melbourne this month.

    Culture, Art & design
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    PASSPORT SHREDDER: SOUTTAR'S $23M EPL MOVE SHOWS WHY SOCCEROOS MUST CAST WIDE NET

    He's the most expensive Australian footballer of all time, even if he's only travelled Down Under twice in his whole life. But Graham...

    Sport, Soccer
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    ‘NEVER IN A MILLION YEARS DID I THINK I'D BE IN THIS POSITION': MILLER READY TO FILL PONGA'S SHOES

    Lachlan Miller has opened up about the challenge of filling Kalyn Ponga's fullback spot after shifting from the Sharks to the Knights.

    Sport, NRL
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    THE QUESTION EVERYONE'S ASKING: WOULD YOU SURVIVE A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE?

    No matter how outlandish the premise, there's something irresistible about tales of death and destruction such as The Last of Us.

    Culture, TV & radio
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    IS ALEC BALDWIN'S CAREER OVER? IN TRUTH, IT ALREADY WAS

    Baldwin's roles were drying up long before the Rust shooting, but that doesn't make him un-castable.

    Culture, TV & radio
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    LISA MCCUNE ON BIG MIRACLES: ‘EVERY EPISODE I'VE HAD A BIT OF A CRY'

    Narrating the series about couples trying to have a baby, the four-time Gold Logie winner can't help getting wrapped up in their stories

    Baby, Culture, TV & radio
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    FLUSH WITH SUCCESS: IS POKER FACE TV'S BIGGEST NEW HIT?

    Natasha Lyonne's new series Poker Face sprang from a shared love of noir cinema, and an obsession with 1970s-era TV detective Lt Columbo.

    Face, Culture, TV & radio
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    STOCKHOLM: A FICTIONAL TAKE ON A REAL-LIFE HEIST STILL FASCINATES

    Fifty years after a notorious bank robbery in Sweden, three dramas consider the complex relationship between captors and their hostages.

    Culture, TV & radio
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    JASON KATIMS' DEAR EDWARD IS AN ALMIGHTY TUG ON THE HEARTSTRINGS

    The creator of Friday Night Lights and Parenthood turns his skills to the fallout from an air crash disaster that leaves one survivor...

    Culture, TV & radio
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    FOCUS ON RETURNS NOT SOCIAL GOALS, WARNS FUTURE FUND CHAIRMAN PETER COSTELLO

    Future Fund chairman Peter Costello has signalled he is sceptical about governments asking businesses to put more emphasis on pursuing...

    Business, Banking & finance
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    CENTROWITZ ROCKETS TO INDOOR GOLD

    American Matthew Centrowitz clinched gold in the men's 1500m at the 2016 World Athletics Indoor Championships.

    Sport
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    MARK HORNE BACK BEHIND BARS IN SYDNEY AFTER MONTHS ON THE RUN

    The alleged fugitive is accused of cutting off an ankle bracelet in October before making his way to Darwin where he was found hiding...

    National, NSW
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Feb 1, 2023

    PLENTY OF WATERWORKS, BUT NETFLIX'S JESSICA WATSON BIOPIC ISN'T ALL SMOOTH SAILING

    Wholesome and tailored for the American market, True Spirit recounts the then 16-year-old's record-breaking attempt to sail around...

    Culture, Movies