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ShowBiz Minute: Lovato, Pink, Redford

(7 Aug 2018) AP Source: Demi Lovato released from hospital; Pink in Sydney hospital with stomach virus, cancels 3rd show; Robert Redford says he’s retiring from acting. (Aug. 7)

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Ruling from your home: Inside Australia’s micronations boom

Lounging on a sofa in his flowing robes, a gold crown resting on his snowy hair and a stuffed white toy tiger at his feet, Paul Delprat looks every bit a monarch. Delprat, 76, is the self-appointed Prince of the Principality of Wy, a micronation spanning his home in the north Sydney suburb of Mosman.

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Melinki & Demure feat. Sydney – I Been Searchin’

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UK producer Melinki joins Fokuz for his sophomore release on the label alongside Demure. The duo highlight their versatility on the sublime liquid anthem ‘I Been Searchin’, featuring the vocal talents of Sydney.

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France’s Macron: Aussie PM’s Wife ‘Delicious’

French President Emmanuel Macron raised eyebrows in Sydney on Wednesday by calling Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s wife “delicious.” (May 2)

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Hundreds of firefighters battle Sydney bushfire

Hundreds of firefighters have been battling a large bushfire that burnt more than 2,430 hectares (6,005 acres) in south-west Sydney on the weekend. IMAGES

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Critics of Cambodia’s Hun Sen refuse to be silenced in Australia

From the safety of suburban Australia, Bou Rachna recalls her husband Kem Ley, a prominent Cambodian political analyst, who was shot dead at a Phnom Penh gas station in a 2016 killing that rattled the nation. She and her five children arrived in Australia last month where they were granted asylum, but reminders of the violence that felled Kem Ley have followed them, with death threats mailed to the family ahead of a visit to Sydney by Cambodia’s strongman leader Hun Sen for a special Australia-ASEAN summit this week.

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Deadline – Through Your Eyes (ft. Sydney)

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Skankandbass is dedicated towards the official promotion of record labels and artists in the world of drum & bass music. Since inception in 2010, Skankandbass has unearthed some of the freshest talents in the scene and has opened many doors for unsigned artists. Now, a few years in to the game, Skankandbass decides to take on the role of a record label to put together a series of free download singles which aims to further help spread the work of the best unsigned, newcomer artists who deserve more recognition.

We’re very excited to propel Deadline to the forefront with their debut single release ’Through Your Eyes / Bitter’ as premiered on BBC Radio 1 and Noisia Radio respectively. Pete and Ollie set up the project in March 2016 and have already become Skankandbass residents for our live events as well as Shogun Audio. Having made their international and Fabric debuts in 2017, 2018 will be their biggest year yet.

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International Women’s Day: Portrait: Australian emergency worker

Ahead of International Women’s Day, AFPTV is showcasing a series of portraits of women working in male-dominated occupations. Michelle Whye is a volunteer with the New South Wales State Emergency Service in Sydney.

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Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras marks 40th anniversary

Rainbow colours beam from faces and floats parading through Sydney as hundreds of thousands of partygoers celebrate 40 years of the annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

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Sydney’s Mardi Gras: pride born from a night of violence

Forty years ago a group of gay and lesbian activists took to the Sydney streets for a night of celebration following a day of political protest, but police intervened, brutally beating dozens of partygoers. Out of the violence emerged one of the world’s largest street parties: Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, which celebrates its 40th anniversary.