Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
From Economy 7:54 pm
It's not really a very high-tech product, but the selfie stick is tipped to become the top-selling Christmas gift of 2014 in Australia, retail experts said, beating other electronic gadgets such as fitness wristbands, cameras and game consoles.
From Sports 12:54 pm
Filipino boxing champ Manny Pacquiao just added another title to his growing lists of hats to wear on Wednesday, his 36th birthday. He was promoted to honorary Commodore of the Executive Squadron by the Philippine Coast Guard where he is a member of its Auxiliary Unit.
From Politics & Policy 12:46 pm
The sudden slump in Prime Minister Tony Abbott's popularity had more than half off Australians polled believe that he does not stand a chance of keeping his post as head of state in the 2016 election.
From Travel 11:43 am
Since it is summer in Australia, going to the beach is a common Christmas activity in this country.
From Sports Dec 17
New York's boxing circle still looks highly at American boxer Chris Algieri despite his Nov 22 heartbreaking loss to Filipino champ Manny Pacquiao. Algieri will be given the RING 8 (NY) Fighter of the Year award on Sunday.
From Law Dec 17
If there are awards for bad parenting, 47-year-old Christopher Sena of Las Vegas would probably be a grand slam winner.
From Sports Dec 17
American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr allegedly witnessed last week the murder of actress Stephanie Moseley in the hands of her jealous husband, rapper Earl Hayes, a close friend of the boxer. On Monday, hoax news blogsite Despiera Tico, claimed that it was Mayweather himself who died of drug overdose.
From Global Markets Dec 17
It's the end of the year, a busy season for doomsayers and hoaxers. This explains why everyone is talking either about World War 3 to be initiated by Russia or writing hoax articles.
From Politics & Policy Dec 17
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott continues to lose public support. A few days ago, Opposition leader Bill Shorten was considered by respondents in a survey as preferred PM.
From Law Dec 16
On Tuesday, Sydney was full of life and blooming with floral bouquets. It's a far cry from the previous day when the streets of the commercial business district were deserted due to the Sydney Siege at the Lindt Chocolate Cafe at Martin Place.