Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

A man walks into a Centrelink, part of the Australian government's department of human services where job seekers search for employment, in a Sydney suburb, August 7, 2014. Australia's jobless rate jumped to a 12-year high of 6.4 percent in July in what c

From Politics & Policy Dec 15

Australia To Axe 175 Agencies, Thousands To Be Jobless

Australian public servants are waiting on Monday for the announcement which agencies would be closed as part of the federal government's saving measures for its Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook.

Manny Pacquiao (R) of the Philippines punches Chris Algieri of the U.S. during their World Boxing Organisation (WBO) 12-round welterweight title fight at the Venetian Macao hotel in Macau November 23, 2014.

From Sports Dec 14

2 Proofs Why Pacquiao Is The Better Boxer Than Mayweather

Boxing fans surely have marked May 2, 2015 on their calendars following Floyd Mayweather's announcement on Friday that he is accepting Manny Pacquiao's challenge to meet on the ring.

Apr 12, 2014; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Mother of Manny Pacquiao Dionesia Dapidran-Pacquiao holds up his gloves after the WBO World Welterweight Title bout against Timothy Bradley at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Pacquiao won via unanimous decision.

From Sports Dec 12

Hoax Alert: Mayweather OK For Dionesia Pacquiao To Sing American Anthem, But Afraid Of Pacquiao Mum’s ‘Hex’

Since Floyd Mayweather is notorious for imposing impossible conditions for the dream match with Manny Pacquiao to happen, a new satire site exploited that character trait of the unbeaten American boxer by bringing into the picture Dionesia Pacquiao, the mother of Manny.

A woman uses her mobile phone in front of sale signs in the window of a clothes store at a shopping mall in central Sydney June 6, 2013. Australia's economy posted a second straight quarter of moderate growth as a drop in business investment offset gains

From Economy Dec 12

Sydney Stores Open 24/7 Until Dec 25

The Sydney city government allowed on Wednesday retail outlets to remain open for business 24 hours a day beginning December 10 until 25. It is the first time that stores have been allowed to open the whole day across the city without a need by the retailers to apply for a special permit.

Australian one dollar coins surround a U.S. one dollar note in this photo illustration taken in Sydney July 27, 2011. Australian consumer prices rose by more than expected last quarter while underlying inflation proved alarmingly high, reviving pressure f

From Global Markets Dec 12

RBA Hints Aussie Dollar Could Dip to US75c

The Australian dollar hit a four-year low on Thursday at US82.15c but it recovered and closed at US83.20c. Reserved Bank of Australia (RBA) officials warn that the Aussie dollar could further depreciate to US75c.

Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (R) talks with Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko after the latter presented him with a book, during their meeting in Melbourne December 11, 2014. Poroshenko is on a three-day official visit to Australia from Decem

From Politics & Policy Dec 11

Australia Discusses Uranium Export To Ukraine

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott discussed the possible export of uranium to Ukraine with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in their bilateral talks in Melbourne on Thursday.

Abbas Alizada, who calls himself the Afghan Bruce Lee, poses for the media in Kabul December 9, 2014. From the ruins of an iconic bombed-out palace above Kabul, the young Afghan man bearing a striking resemblance to kung fu legend Bruce Lee is high-kickin

From Entertainment Dec 11

Viral Video: Bruce Lee Lookalike In Afghanistan Attracts Social Media Attention

A 20-year-old Afghan, Abbas Alizada, is attracting social media attention because of his physical resemblance to 1970s Kung Fu actor Bruce Lee. But he is more than a lookalike because Alizada could also move like Lee who starred in the blockbuster 1970s movie Enter the Dragon.

Demonstrators break through barricades in Parliament Square in front of the Houses of Parliament, as they participate in a protest against student loans and in favour of free education, in central London November 19, 2014.

From Politics & Policy Dec 11

Hundreds Of Britons To Protest In Front Of Parliament New Porn Law By Simulating ‘Face Sitting’

While British MPs are debating on Friday the proposal by Liberal Democrat MP Julian Huppert to repeal the recent changes to the United Kingdom's porn laws, outside Parliament, hundreds of protesters will express their disagreement with the newly approved Audiovisual Media Services Regulations 2014.

Francois, 48, a French naturist, jogs on the beach at sunset during his holiday at the Centre Helio-Marin (Center for Sun and Sea) naturist campsite on the Atlantic coast in Montalivet, southwestern France, August 12, 2013. The centre, created in July 195

From Companies Dec 11

Female Employees Complain About Drunken Skinny Dipping Of NYC Executive Search Firm Officials

Women workers of CTPartners Executive Search, a leading global executive search company based in New York City, filed discrimination charges with the Equal Employment Opportunity Committee (EEOC).

May 9, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Floyd Mayweather Jr. takes a selfie during game three of the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Staples Center.

From Tech Dec 10

Fans Criticise Mayweather For Paying Tribute To Earl Hayes Hours After Murder Of Stephanie Moseley; LAPD To Question Boxer For ‘Goading’ Friend

Fans are angry and shocked at Floyd Mayweather's paying tribute to rapper Earl Hayes hours after the boxer's friend gunned his wife Stephanie Moseley out of jealousy and then committed suicide.