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download download the university of technology sydney (uts) is an international and innovative university, offering practice-oriented learning in world-class facilities. uts is australia's number one young university, as ranked by qs top 50 under 50 and times higher education's top 150 universities under 50 2016. uts is located in the global city of sydney, a short walk from central station, sydney's major transport hub. the iconic uts campus delivers innovative, student-focused teaching in world-class facilities. students engage in collaborative learning, supported by cutting-edge technologies. take a virtual tour of our campus and explore what uts has to offer.






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stanford to open 2017 season in australia against rice


stanford is following in cal’s footsteps — err, flight path.the cardinal will open the 2017 season against rice in sydney, australia, the schools announced monday.the game will be played on urday, aug. 26 in the united states — one week before the start of the season for most major college teams.cal defeated hawaii last season in sydney, the first college game played in australia in decades. the event was well received by all involved parties.when the opportunity surfaced for the cardinal to move a road game against rice to allianz stadium in sydney, it jumped at the chance.“i’m especially thrilled that our student-athletes will have this unique opportunity before fall cl es begin to visit a new country and experience a different culture,” stanford athletic director bernard muir saidthe ca






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michael was a science writer for the idaho national laboratory and has been an intern at wired.com, the salinas californian newspaper, and the slac national accelerator laboratory. he has also worked as a herpetologist and wildlife biologist. he has a ph.d. in evolutionary biology from the university of sydney, australia, a bachelor's degree from the university of arizona, and a graduate certificate in science writing from the university of california, santa cruz. to find out what his latest project is, you can follow mike on google+.






spacex's falcon 9 rocket stands atop historic nasa launchpad for 1st time


michael was a science writer for the idaho national laboratory and has been an intern at wired.com, the salinas californian newspaper, and the slac national accelerator laboratory. he has also worked as a herpetologist and wildlife biologist. he has a ph.d. in evolutionary biology from the university of sydney, australia, a bachelor's degree from the university of arizona, and a graduate certificate in science writing from the university of california, santa cruz. to find out what his latest project is, you can follow mike on google+.






israeli prime minister hopes to triple trade with australia


sydney (ap) — israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said thursday that he hoped to triple bilateral trade with australia as the countries forge closer technology and aviation ties.bilateral trade is currently worth about $1 billion a year, with israel sending less than 1 percent of its exports down under and australian products accounting for just 0.3 percent of israel’s imports.“our trade is $1 billion. it should be at least double or triple that,” netanyahu said as he sat for talks with prime minister malcolm turnbull and australian government ministers in sydney.“i’d like to encourage the australian and israeli companies to increase in trade,” he said.most read storiessave 75% on digital access today.“if i did the schlep, they should do it too,” he added, referring to the 14,200-kil






israeli prime minister hopes to triple trade with australia


sydney — israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said thursday that he hoped to triple bilateral trade with australia as the countries forge closer technology and aviation ties.bilateral trade is currently worth about $1 billion a year, with israel sending less than 1 percent of its exports down under and australian products accounting for just 0.3 percent of israel's imports."our trade is $1 billion. it should be at least double or triple that," netanyahu said as he sat for talks with prime minister malcolm turnbull and australian government ministers in sydney."i'd like to encourage the australian and israeli companies to increase in trade," he said."if i did the schlep, they should do it too," he added, referring to the 14,200-kilometer (8,800-mile) journey between sydney and tel aviv






israeli premier calls 1st visit to australia 'wonderful'


sydney — benjamin netanyahu has described his visit to australia, a first for a serving israeli prime minister, as "wonderful."netanyahu and his wife sara concluded their five-day trip to sydney on sunday by meeting with foreign minister julie bishop."this has been a wonderful visit here. you people are amazing," netanyahu told bishop before talks behind closed doors.netanyahu joked with bishop, who had recently arrived home from a trip to the united states and britain, that the pair had "shared more or less the same route."netanyahu and prime minister malcolm turnbull last week agreed to deepen business and travel links between the two countries.about 1,000 pro-palestinian protesters at sydney's town hall on thursday night complained that netanyahu was being treated like a celebrity in au






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welcome to the official upper room media app by st mark's coptic orthodox church sydney. this app features;. sermons. . videos. blogsnew sermons and blogs are added every week exclusively on the app. feel free to check out the rich christian media from our amazing preachers. share it with friends via facebook, twitter, or email. about usupperroommedia is a ministry from st. marks coptic orthodox church in sydney. the orthodox church worships god in continuity with the earliest church, and as such is the oldest church. it is a church of balance: between the mystical and the real; between spirituality and theology; between worship and service of humanity. everything is in balance, otherwise known as "right worship" (orthodox). it is not a denomination, but rather pre-denominational. it is






man survives 20m fall down cliff in sydney


image copyright9news.com.auimage caption the man was winched to safety in a complicated rescue a man has survived falling 20m (66ft) down a cliff in australia, police say.the 25-year-old man was on his parents' property in sydney when he plunged into dense bushland late on sunday night, sparking a complex rescue operation. he was winched to safety almost five hours later and treated for shoulder and chest injuries, paramedics said. the man remains in a stable condition.new south police sergeant peter mcmaugh said it was remarkable the man was alive."police and paramedics were able to abseil to the man and administer first aid," sgt mcmaugh told sydney's daily telegraph."firefighters have had to trek through bushland. the terrain is very rough, making it complicated for rescuers and difficu






man survives 20m fall down cliff in sydney


image copyright9news.com.auimage caption the man was winched to safety in a complicated rescue a man has survived falling 20m (66ft) down a cliff in australia, police say.the 25-year-old man was on his parents' property in sydney when he plunged into dense bushland late on sunday night, sparking a complex rescue operation. he was winched to safety almost five hours later and treated for shoulder and chest injuries, paramedics said. the man remains in a stable condition.new south police sergeant peter mcmaugh said it was remarkable the man was alive."police and paramedics were able to abseil to the man and administer first aid," sgt mcmaugh told sydney's daily telegraph."firefighters have had to trek through bushland. the terrain is very rough, making it complicated for rescuers and difficu






man survives 20m fall down cliff in sydney


image copyright9news.com.auimage caption the man was winched to safety in a complicated rescue a man has survived falling 20m (66ft) down a cliff in australia, police say.the 25-year-old man was on his parents' property in sydney when he plunged into dense bushland late on sunday night, sparking a complex rescue operation. he was winched to safety almost five hours later and treated for shoulder and chest injuries, paramedics said. the man remains in a stable condition.new south wales police sergeant peter mcmaugh said it was remarkable the man was alive."police and paramedics were able to abseil to the man and administer first aid," sgt mcmaugh told sydney's daily telegraph."firefighters have had to trek through bushland. the terrain is very rough, making it complicated for rescuers and d






man survives 20m fall down cliff in sydney


image copyright9news.com.auimage caption the man was winched to safety in a complicated rescue a man has survived falling 20m (66ft) down a cliff in australia, police say.the 25-year-old man was on his parents' property in sydney when he plunged into dense bushland late on sunday night, sparking a complex rescue operation. he was winched to safety almost five hours later and treated for shoulder and chest injuries, paramedics said. the man remains in a stable condition.new south wales police sergeant peter mcmaugh said it was remarkable the man was alive."police and paramedics were able to abseil to the man and administer first aid," sgt mcmaugh told sydney's daily telegraph."firefighters have had to trek through bushland. the terrain is very rough, making it complicated for rescuers and d






malaysian partner in trump vancouver project unnerved by


kuala lumpur, malaysia — malaysian property developer tiah joo kim got way more than he bargained for when he signed a licensing deal to use the trump brand on the trump international hotel and tower that is opening this week in the canadian city of vancouver.prices for condominiums in the sleek 69-story building designed by one of canada's top architects have set records. but police are expecting protests by many who object to having a major trump-branded property as a city landmark when the president's two oldest sons officially open the tower on tuesday.joo kim's holborn development struck the licensing deal before trump's political ascent. he says he's now "locked" into his licensing agreement, with no legal grounds to back out of the deal, whose terms have not been released."there wou






malaysian tycoon stresses over vancouver project with trump


kuala lumpur, malaysia — malaysian property developer tiah joo kim got way more than he bargained for when he signed a licensing deal to use the trump brand on the trump international hotel and tower that is opening this week in the canadian city of vancouver.prices for condominiums in the sleek 69-story building designed by one of canada's top architects have set records. but police are expecting protests by many who object to having a major trump-branded property as a city landmark when the president's two oldest sons officially open the tower on tuesday.joo kim's holborn development struck the licensing deal before trump's political ascent. he says he's now "locked" into his licensing agreement, with no legal grounds to back out of the deal, whose terms have not been released."there wou






indonesia, australia agree to closer naval cooperation


sydney — indonesian and australian leaders have committed to free trade and closer naval cooperation as they urge countries in the asia-pacific region with competing territorial claims to obey international law.indonesian president joko "jokowi" widodo arrived in sydney on saturday on his first visit to australia as his nation's leader he and prime minister malcolm turnbull said on sunday they had agreed to finalize a free trade agreement this year.the leaders also witnessed the signing of an agreement on strengthening maritime security and border protection in the region.indonesia does not have a territorial dispute with china in the south china sea, but there have been tensions because china's so-called nine-dash line representing its claim to most of the sea appears to overlap with indo






umass-amherst's old chapel reopens after $21m renovation


amherst, mass. — an iconic building on the university of massachusetts amherst campus has opened for the first time in almost two decades.the university announced thursday that the first floor of the old chapel is now open weekdays for study, informal gatherings or relaxing.the building was closed in 1999 because of structural deterioration. chancellor kumble subbaswamy made the project a priority when he was appointed in 2012.the reopening followed a two-year, $21 million renovation. the project not only improved the building's structural integrity, but added an accessible entrance, an elevator and a new kitchen.the top floor, a large open space for performances and lectures, will open in the future.the old chapel opened in 1885 and was added to the national register of historic places in






intense heat grips eastern australia


eastern australia is in the grip of an intense heatwave which has seen temperature records broken in many parts. daytime highs have soared into the mid-40s celsius in parts leading to fire bans across the country's southeast.as is often the case, the highest temperatures have been across the interior. the town of moomba in the northeast of south australia had a top temperature of 45c on monday. that is still well short of the january record of 49.6cmeanwhile, the town of moruya in southeastern new south wales had a high of 43c. the town is located around 300 kilometres to the south of sydney.sydney has been sweltering for some time now and the city's observatory hill, has recorded nine days where temperatures have reached 35c and above, equaling the previous record set in the summer of 189






ex-australia rugby forward dan vickerman dies at age 37


sydney — dan vickerman, who played 63 rugby tests for australia and was involved in three world cups, has died at his home in sydney. he was 37.the australian rugby union issued a statement sunday saying players and officials were shocked and deeply saddened by the death overnight of the south africa-born former wallabies lock."dan was an uncompromising competitor who forged a wonderful international rugby career despite a number of injury setbacks along the way," aru chief executive bill pulver said. "he was an enforcer on the field and a much-loved character off the field."he cared deeply about the game and the players, helping players transition into life after rugby in his role with rugby union players' association following his retirement."no cause of death was announced.the 204-centi






intense heat grips eastern australia


eastern australia is in the grip of an intense heatwave which has seen temperature records broken in many parts. daytime highs have soared into the mid-40s celsius in parts, leading to fire bans across the country's southeast.as is often the case, the highest temperatures have been across the interior. the town of moomba, in the northeast of south australia, had a top temperature of 45c on monday. that is still well short of the january record of 49.6cmeanwhile, the town of moruya, in southeastern new south wales, had a high of 43c. the town is located around 300 kilometres to the south of sydney.sydney has been sweltering for some time now and the city's observatory hill, has recorded nine days where temperatures have reached 35c and above, equalling the previous record set in the summer






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the courtroom battle began in december with a fight over a court of different sorts — and a 12-year-old ’s access to it.sydney phillips, from kenilworth, new jersey, had plans to spend her winter playing on the 7th grade s basketball team at st. theresa’s catholic school. she had competed the year before, reported nj.com, and was even named an all-star.but in the fall, when not enough of her female cl mates showed interest, st. theresa’s canceled their season.so sydney asked if instead she could play with the boys.school officials said no.their message, according to sydney’s father, was simple: s play with s, boys play with boys.that reasoning didn’t isfy scott phillips and his wife, though, who then decided to file a lawsuit against the catholic school and the archdiocese of newark on the






nsw government launches smart sensing network


professor ben eggleton, co-director at nssn image: usyd the nsw smart sensing network (nssn) has officially been launched by the state government's chief scientist and engineer, professor mary o'kane.co-directed by professor ben eggleton from the university of sydney (usyd) and professor justin gooding from the university of new south wales (unsw), the network will bring experts in fields such as chemistry, physics, nanotechnology, and ict together to build solutions that can be deployed across sectors such as agriculture, healthcare, resources, transport, and the environment. the vision of the network is to eventually commercialise and export the technologies it develops internationally, and generate economic benefits for the state. latest australian newsto date, au$950,000 has been inves






jim mateja, former tribune autos columnist, dies at 71


longtime chicago journalist charles leroux saw newspapering as an adult education course."for me, the city has been an open university with a press card as paid tuition," he wrote in 2008, a year before retiring from the chicago tribune.leroux, 75, who died jan. 3 at the university of chicago... (ron grossman)






what's open on president's day in minnesota


what's open on presidents' daypost offices: closed. no regular mail service.banks: all bremer bank branches will be closed. tcf traditional branches and in-store branches (cub) will be open. wells fargo in-store and traditional branches will be open. u.s. bank traditional branches will be closed and branches in byerly's stores will be open.groceries: many major supermarkets will be open. call for hours.malls: many stores will be open. call for hours.mass transit: metro transit buses and metro blue and green lines will follow regular schedules. the metro red line will follow regular schedules. for route information, call 612-373-3333 or go to www.metrotransit.org. the minnesota valley transit authority will have reduced service. call for hours. maple grove transit, plymouth metrolink and so






gophers softball team improves to 14-0


maddie houlihan went 3-for-4 with three rbi and kendyl lindaman went 2-for-3 with four rbi as the undefeated gophers softball team defeated idaho state 12-2 in five innings on sunday in fresno, calif.the gophers (14-0) scored six runs in the bottom of the second inning and four in the third.danielle parlich, sydney dwyer and sara groenewegen also all had multiple-hit games.tori finucane went four innings in the circle to pick up her second victory of the season. she allowed only two hits and two earned runs while striking out four batters. finucane is now 2-0 with a 3.33 era and 15 strikeouts on the season.kendal judge pitched the final inning and did not allow a hit.u baseball sweepsluke pettersen went 3-for-4 to continue his torrid start to the season as the gophers baseball team complet






what's open on president's day in minnesota


post offices: closed. no regular mail service.banks: all bremer bank branches will be closed. tcf traditional branches and in-store branches (cub) will be open. wells fargo in-store and traditional branches will be open. u.s. bank traditional branches will be closed and branches in byerly’s stores will be open.groceries: many major supermarkets will be open. call for hours.malls: many stores will be open. call for hours.mass transit: metro transit buses and metro blue and green lines will follow regular schedules. the metro red line will follow regular schedules. for route information, call 612-373-3333 or go to www.metrotransit.org. the minnesota valley transit authority will have reduced service. call for hours. maple grove transit, plymouth metrolink and southwest transit will have regu






what's open on presidents' day in the twin cities


post offices: closed. no regular mail service.banks: all bremer bank branches will be closed. tcf traditional branches and in-store branches (cub) will be open. wells fargo in-store and traditional branches will be open. u.s. bank traditional branches will be closed and branches in byerly’s stores will be open.groceries: many major supermarkets will be open. call for hours.malls: many stores will be open. call for hours.mass transit: metro transit buses and metro blue and green lines will follow regular schedules. the metro red line will follow regular schedules. for route information, call 612-373-3333 or go to www.metrotransit.org. the minnesota valley transit authority will have reduced service. call for hours. maple grove transit, plymouth metrolink and southwest transit will have regu






sydney man tried to sell 3d-printed gun for au$1m


a sydney man accused of manufacturing six guns using a 3d printer tried to sell one of the guns on social media for au$1 million, waverley local court heard on wednesday. latest australian newssicen sun, 27, was taken into custody on tuesday after police seized four imitation firearms including glocks and a sig 250, as well as two air pistols, two 3d printers, and computer equipment from his unit in waverley."a 27-year-old man was arrested at the location and taken to waverley police station, where he was charged with cause advertisement for firearms to be published, possess digital blueprint for manufacture of firearms, manufacture pistol without licence/permit, and possess less than three unregistered firearms, one is prohibited/pistol," new south wales police force posted on its faceboo






civil rights office to visit cornell, which now has the highest number of active


cornell is situated on a large, leafy campus on a hill overlooking the city. cornell is considered one of the top universities in the world, with 40 nobel laureates affiliated with the university as faculty or students. (getty images)the u.s. department of education’s office for civil rights investigators will visit cornell university next week in the midst of its sixth open title ix violation investigation — the most of any university in the nation. sarah affel, cornell’s title ix coordinator, told usa today college that the office for civil rights is reviewing cornell’s compliance with title ix, which prohibits gender-based discrimination by educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance.“as part of that review process, ocr representatives will be on campus february 2






biologists built cutting-edge cameras to study dolphins in secret


why it matters to you by studying dolphin behavior, researchers can learn about the health of the ocean and better protect its species.custom-made cameras are showing marine biologists what dolphins do when humans aren’t around. from playing with kelp to rubbing each others flippers, the footage is the first time these intimate behaviors have been captured away from direct human contact. a paper detailing the study was published last week in the journal marine biology.“i’ve been studying dusky dolphins for thirteen years using traditional surface-based observations from a boat, but i wanted to understand more about what they do when they are below the surface and out of sight,” heidi pearson, university of alaska southeast researchers and corresponding author of the study, told digital tre






australia's record-breaking summer | australia news


the climatological summer has ended in the southern hemisphere. the three months of december, january and february have been consistently used as a record of summer statistics and once again show newly broken records.in australia, significant rain fell in much of the desert interior and the west, preventing perth from enjoying a hot summer. in fact it has been the city's wettest summer on record: 193mm of rain fell during the three months. this beats the standing record of 180mm, set in 1954-55 and represents five times the summer rainfall average.unsurprisingly, this has also been perth's coolest summer in 11 years, but still sits around the long-term average for summer. there have been only 18 days measuring a temperature above 35 degrees celsius this season, which is the second lowest n






australian boy bitten by world’s deadliest spider makes miracle recovery with hi


a 10-year-old boy in australia was bitten by the world’s deadliest spider but made an “incredible” recovery after being given the largest dose of antivenom in history.matthew mitchell started sweating and began to foam at the mouth after he was bitten on his hand by a male funnel-web spider while putting away his shoes at his home in the north of sydney. he was taken to hospital and recovered after receiving 12 vials of antivenom. “i’ve never heard of it – it’s incredible,” said tim faulkner, a wildlife expert.“and to walk out of hospital a day later with no effects is a testament to the antivenom.”describing the bite, mitchell told sydney’s daily telegraph: “it sort of clawed onto me and all the legs and everything crawled around my finger and i couldn’t get it off.”darren mitchell, the b






optus switches on gigabit-speed 4.5g network in sydney


optus has switched on its 4.5g network in partnership with chinese networking giant huawei, with its 1.03gbps-capable network now available in macquarie park, sydney.using a combination of 4cc/5cc carrier aggregation, 4x4 multiple-input multiple-output (mimo), and 256 quadrature amplitude modulation (qam), the 4.5g network will be rolled out across australia's capital cities during 2017, and will reach 70 percent of optus' network in sydney, melbourne, adelaide, brisbane, and perth.latest australian newscalling it an important step towards 5g in 2020, optus networks managing director dennis wong said macquarie park was chosen as the first site because it is a technology hub that is home to many business and residential customers, a university, and a major shopping centre."the precinct is s






kate webster, ‘towering’ civic leader and wsu regent


kate webster was a revered leader at seattle children’s hospital and a longtime wsu regent who helped the university open campuses in spokane, the tri-cities and vancouver, wash. “her good sense was invaluable,” said former wsu president sam smith.there’s a building at washington state university that stands head and shoulders above the others, and it has kate webster’s name on it.“she was not a tall woman, but she was a towering woman, so we named the tallest building in campus webster hall,” said sam smith, a former president of the university.ms. webster, a revered leader at seattle children’s hospital and longtime wsu regent who helped the university open branch campuses in spokane, the tri-cities and vancouver, wash., has died. she was 92.“her good sense was invaluable,” smith said. “






the strange route benjamin netanyahu took to get from singapore to sydney – the


adam taylor, the washington postfor many people flying from singapore to sydney, the flight can take as little as seven hours or so. but not if you are benjamin netanyahu. in the israeli prime minister’s case, it can take more than 11 hours.the israeli leader took an unusual detour when traveling from singapore to australia overnight. the guardian newspaper also confirmed this unusual route with netanyahu’s delegation.this detour added several hours to his journey.netanyahu’s plane wasn’t taking the scenic route by choice. instead, the carrier – el al, israel’s national airline – was deliberately avoiding the airspace of indonesia.indonesia has the world’s largest muslim population. like other muslim-majority nations, the country has no formal diplomatic relations with israel because of th






optus switches on gigabit-speed 4.5g network in sydney


optus has switched on its 4.5g network in partnership with chinese networking giant huawei, with its 1.03gbps-capable network now available in macquarie park, sydney.using a combination of 4cc/5cc carrier aggregation, 4x4 multiple-input multiple-output (mimo), and 256 quadrature amplitude modulation (qam), the 4.5g network will be rolled out across australia's capital cities during 2017, and will reach 70 percent of optus' network in sydney, melbourne, adelaide, brisbane, and perth.latest australian newscalling it an important step towards 5g in 2020, optus networks managing director dennis wong said macquarie park was chosen as the first site because it is a technology hub that is home to many business and residential customers, a university, and a major shopping centre."the precinct is s






guns n' roses yell 'hello sydney' - to melbourne crowd


image copyrightepaimage caption guns n' roses (pictured in brisbane) swiftly apologised on social media no-one likes being mistaken for someone else - especially if that someone else has been their sworn rival for more than a century.so when guns n' roses yelled "hello, sydney" as they walked on stage in melbourne, they were unsurprisingly met with a chorus of boos.and to make matters worse, the veteran rockers weren't even on time.luckily, it seems they made up for it with a rousing concert - and a swiftly issued apology on social media."melbourne!" the band - which had just completed two nights in sydney - posted on twitter."accidentally after 30 years mcbob made an error, we're truly sorry. thank you for coming out tonight!"luckily, guitar technician mcbob, who has been introducing the






indonesia, australia agree to closer naval cooperation


sydney (ap) — indonesian and australian leaders on sunday committed to free trade and closer naval cooperation as they urged countries in the asia-pacific region with competing territorial claims to obey international law.indonesian president joko “jokowi” widodo arrived in sydney on saturday on his first visit to australia as his nation’s leader. he and prime minister malcolm turnbull said they had agreed to finalize a free trade agreement this year.jokowi said the first issue for indonesia was the removal of all australian barriers to the import of indonesian palm oil and paper. but before the deal is finalized, turnbull announced that indonesia has agreed to reduce tariffs on australian sugar and ease restrictions on australian cattle imports.australia in return will remove all tariffs






australia pm malcolm turnbull on trump call: 'call ended courteously'


australian pm malcolm turnbull said he was disappointed that details of the call he had with president trump - which he described as "very frank and forthright" - had been made public.he told a sydney radio station that "the report that the president hung up is not correct".






guns n' roses yell 'hello sydney' - to melbourne crowd


image copyrightepaimage caption guns n' roses (pictured in brisbane) swiftly apologised on social media no-one likes being mistaken for someone else - especially if that someone else has been their sworn rival for more than a century.so when guns n' roses' announcer yelled "sydney" just before they walked on stage in melbourne, the band were met with a chorus of boos.and to make matters worse, the veteran rockers weren't even on time.luckily, it seems they made up for it with a rousing concert - and a swiftly issued apology on social media."melbourne!" the band - which had just completed two nights in sydney - posted on twitter."accidentally after 30 years mcbob made an error, we're truly sorry. thank you for coming out tonight!"luckily, guitar technician mcbob, who has been introducing th






guns n' roses yell 'hello sydney' - to melbourne crowd


image copyrightepaimage caption guns n' roses (pictured in brisbane) swiftly apologised on social media no-one likes being mistaken for someone else - especially if that someone else has been their sworn rival for more than a century.so when guns n' roses' announcer yelled "sydney" just before they walked on stage in melbourne, the band were met with a chorus of boos.and to make matters worse, the veteran rockers weren't even on time.luckily, it seems they made up for it with a rousing concert - and a swiftly issued apology on social media."melbourne!" the band - which had just completed two nights in sydney - posted on twitter."accidentally after 30 years mcbob made an error, we're truly sorry. thank you for coming out tonight!"luckily, guitar technician mcbob, who has been introducing th






ohio university board chooses school's 21st president


athens, ohio — ohio university trustees have chosen former texas tech university president duane nellis as the school's 21st president.the board of trustees announced their selection of nellis on wednesday at the university's dublin campus. three of four finalists withdrew their candidacies, leaving nellis as the only remaining candidate.nellis also served as president of the university of idaho.president roderick mcdavis left office feb. 17, and david descutner is serving as interim president. he is a former dean and executive vice provost.ohio university's athens campus was established in 1804 and has more than 23,000 students.






‘shocking’ scale of catholic church crimes revealed


about seven percent of catholic priests in australia were accused of ually abusing children between 1950 and 2010 , but few allegations were investigated, an inquiry in sydney has heard. the scathing figures, released as hearings began on monday over the allegations dating back decades, were compiled with the cooperation of the church as part of…