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Longest non-stop passenger flight ends in Sydney after 19 hours
The longest non-stop passenger flight touched down in Australia Sunday morning after more than 19 hours in the air, a milestone journey from New York that Qantas hopes to parlay into commercial success.
Australia’s Qantas completes longest nonstop commercial flight
Australia’s Qantas on Sunday completed the first nonstop commercial flight from New York to Sydney, which was used to run a series of tests to assess the effects of ultra-long-haul flights on crew fatigue and passenger jetlag.
315 billion tons iceberg the size of Sydney breaks off Antarctic ice shelf
A 315 billion tons iceberg roughly the size of Sydney’s urban area has cracked off an Antarctic ice shelf, surprising scientists who expected a separate, smaller iceberg to detach nearby.
Van carrying $200m worth of drug crashes into Sydney police cars
New South Wales police hailed one of the “easiest” drug busts in history after a driver allegedly crashed a van carrying $200 million worth of the drug ice into parked cop cars outside a station in Sydney’s northwest in Australia.
Microsoft invests millions, opens new tech center in Sydney
Microsoft opened a new multimillion-dollar technology center in Sydney, Australia, backed by strategic partnerships with DXC Technology — a B2B multinational corporation — and the New South Wales (NSW) government.
Sydney Culture Network celebrates International Museum Day
Sydney Culture Network (SCN) is joining thousands of museums across six continents in May to celebrate International Museum Day, exploring the connections that tie museums to their communities, cultural landscapes and natural environments.
Sydney nearly breaks heat record with 116-degree weather
Dangerous heat is roasting parts of Australia with temperatures that haven't been seen in decades. The temperature in Sydney hit an almost 80-year high of 47.3°C, on Sunday — a sharp contrast to the bitter cold that has gripped much of the US.
6 killed after seaplane crashes into Sydney river
A seaplane crashed into a Sydney river on Sunday, killing six people on a "wine and dine" sightseeing flight ahead of the city's New Year's Eve celebrations at the harbor.
Iran hosts qualifiers for 2017 world polo championship
Iran has hosted the qualifiers for the 2017 World Polo Championship in Sydney, Australia. As our correspondent Yusef Jalali reports, the event is an opportunity for Iranian polo authorities to revive the ancient spot in the country, presstv.com wrote.
Australia's first rescued-food supermarket opens in Sydney
Australia’s first rescued-food supermarket has opened in Sydney, providing donated or surplus produce to customers on a pay-what-they-can basis, in an effort to reduce the estimated $8 billion to $10billion of food discarded each year.
Sydney property prices rise
Sydney property prices have increased by almost 20 percent in just 12 months, putting the city at the front of a nationwide trend that has seen house values increase by 12.9 percent on average.
Gas blast at food court in Sydney injures 16
Sixteen people have been injured and four hospitalized following a gas main explosion at a food court in the bustling Haymarket district of Australia’s city of Sydney, police authorities said.
Australia arrests two suspects over plotting attacks in Sydney
Australian police have arrested two men over an alleged plot last year on some targets, including a key naval base, in Sydney.
Iranian photographer claims Sydney award
Iranian photographer Saeed Arabzadeh received a gold plaque for the Best Portrait at the 50th Sydney International Exhibition of Photography 2015.
Autopsy of Sydney attack
The international media on Monday reported hostage taking in the Australian city of Sydney.

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