Bombs in schools hoax call causes panic in Sydney

 Police operations in Sydney have concluded at nine schools across Australia's largest city after bomb threats were received today following Friday's series of threats that turned out to be hoaxes.

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Spidercam will be used in ICC 2016 World T20: Dave Richardson
Spidercam will be used in ICC 2016 World T20: Dave Richardson

The spidercam had interfered with play during the fifth and final India-Australia ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

'Traditional guy' MS Dhoni calls for restraint on TV gimmick
'Traditional guy' MS Dhoni calls for restraint on TV gimmick

The first ball that Kohli faced was called a dead ball after it hit the dangling spider cam on its way to the boundary.

5th ODI: India vs Australia: Preview
5th ODI: India vs Australia: Preview

Weather could play spoilsport in Sydney on Saturday.

Australian authorities seize drugs shipped from China

Australian authorities on Friday said they had seized large quantities of methamphetamine and ephedrine hidden in bar stools and soup mix packets shipped from China to Sydney.

Know Sydney and the Blue Mountains better – Check out this travel guide
Know Sydney and the Blue Mountains better – Check out this travel guide

Here’s an amazing travel guide that will help you understand Sydney better.

Sensational Swiss legend Martina Hingis joins Sania Mirza at top of world rankings
Sensational Swiss legend Martina Hingis joins Sania Mirza at top of world rankings

The WTA rankings were released on Saturday and Hingis has a whooping 11,395 points.

Check out exotic locales in Australia, discover wanderlust in you! – Watch
Check out exotic locales in Australia, discover wanderlust in you! – Watch

Want to delve into some exquisite Australian experiences?

Australian Open 2016: Sania Mirza-Martina Hingis enter Melbourne as outright favourites
Australian Open 2016: Sania Mirza-Martina Hingis enter Melbourne as outright favourites

With every other opponent falling short in front of the duo, their dominance have taken the level of tennis to another new level. 

Sydney Opera House cordoned off in Australia police operation
Sydney Opera House cordoned off in Australia police operation

Sydney`s iconic Opera House was cordoned off on Thursday with ferries cancelled or delayed and people cleared from the harbour front amid a police operation.

Australia says no plan to stop surveillance flights over South China Sea

Australia will not bow to Chinese pressure to halt surveillance flights over disputed islands in the South China Sea.

Sydney lashed by severe storm

Australia`s biggest city Sydney was smashed by a tornado-like storm on Wednesday, with hail as big as golf balls and winds gusting at 200 kilometres (124 miles) an hour causing havoc.

Five charged in Australia over terror plot

Two people, including a 15-year-old boy, were arrested on Thursday in Sydney over a terror plot targeting a government building, with authorities expressing alarm at the age of those being radicalised.

Ship carrying nuclear waste arrives in Australia

A ship carrying 25 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived back in Australia on Saturday, met by activists who warned against the vast nation becoming a nuclear dumping ground.

Pics of Australian teen ISIS recruit 'Jihadi Jake'  Bilardi found
Pics of Australian teen ISIS recruit 'Jihadi Jake' Bilardi found

Bilardi had carried out a suicide attack on the Iraqi city of Ramadi in March.

World's top 10 cities to live in

According to consultancy firm Mercer's 'Quality of Living Report-2015', globally, Vienna is followed by Zurich, Auckland, Munich, Vancouver, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Copenhagen and Sydney, as the world's top 10 cities in terms of quality of living.

 

At least 12 on Australian terror watchlist

Australian officials said on Monday they were aware of 12 men or boys in the community who they believe could commit an act of terror, as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull convened a national security meeting.

Memorial in honour of Indian woman techie unveiled in Australia

A memorial plaque honouring a 41-year-old Indian woman IT professional who was knifed to death in Australia in March was unveiled during an emotional memorial service here.