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Sydney is the largest and most populous city in Australia. It has a total land area of 12,144.6 square kilometers (4,689.1 square miles), and a population of approximately 4.5 million (as of 2010).

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Who is chief editor of sydney morning herald?

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The Sydney Morning Herald is owned by Fairfax Media Limited, the main media comapany in the Australasia region.

Fairfax Media and Rural Press Ltd merged in 2007 to form the current company. It is the largest metropolitan, rural and regional, print and online digital media company in Australasia, having publications and websites in each state of Australia, as well as the ACT, and throughout New Zealand.

Which fonts does International Herald Tribune use in its titles and text?

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It is some sort of gothic font probably designed by the Herald Tribune themselves.. you might be able to find immitations of the font online but I doubt you can find the original.. It is some sort of gothic font probably designed by the Herald Tribune themselves.. you might be able to find immitations of the font online but I doubt you can find the original..

Where is Sydney Crosby's home town?

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Sydney Crosby Lives in Swickley, Pennsylvania. (a city near Pittsburgh) He used to live in the same House as Mario Leumuix. But now He moving into a new house close to Mario's but is still in Swickley.

What is the wealthiest NRL club?

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Even Though The Broncos Arn't The Best Team They Are Most Certainly The Richest Team In The World

What is the Sydney netball team called?

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i dont no wat the sydney team is but its nsw swifts not sydney swifts:)

How many teams are in the AFL?

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There are currently 17 AFL Football Teams:

~Adelaide Crows

~Brisbane Lions

~Carlton Blues

~Collingwood Magpies

~Essendon Bombers

~Fremantle Dockers

~Geelong Cats

~Gold Coast Football Club ~Hawthorn Hawks

~Melbourne Demons

~North Melbourne Kangaroos

~Port Adelaide Power

~Richmond Tigers

~St. Kilda Saints

~Sydney Swans

~West Coast Eagles

~Western Bulldogs Note: Listed in Alphabetical Order

When did construction begin on the sydney bridge?

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Construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge began in 1924.
28 July 1923

What temperature is Sydney?

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temperate zone

Who named sydney sydney?

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How do you unlock my privacy lock for Motorola hiptop?

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My service provider and Motorola couldn't help me with this but I can! Turn your phone off then hold the power on button aswell as the r button.hold these two down until your phone restarts this should happen about four or five times after that privacy lock should be bypassed but if you get the waiting for activation screen for a while hold the menu and the L key down until it goes this worked for me!:)

What is the relative location of Sydney?

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Sydney, Australia is directly south of Papua New Guinea!

You are afraid of flying what do you do?

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you could just not fly or you could try sleeping. im scared to fly to but i still want to go on holiday, my mum said to just forget about it and think of getting at the hotel and having a good time. you could also watch the DVD on the plane.

What is the best site to buy yoyos?

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yoyoguy.com

yoyonation.com

theyostore.com

i have ordered from all these places. All are based in the United States

Who designed the sydney center point tower?

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Crone Associates, consulting engineers, Wargon Chapman & Associates Pty. Ltd

Who owns westpac Australia?

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If you are planning to purchase the area consult a real estate attorney.

How long is the flight from Brazil to Sydney Australia?

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It takes about 17 hours and 20-30 minutes to fly between Brazil and Sydney, Australia.

Sydney is the largest city in Australia. It's the capital of the state of New South Wales in southeastern Australia. Its geographic coordinates at 33 degrees 55 minutes South and 151 degrees 17 minutes East. Flight duration times from two popular airports in Brazil follow.

One, Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil. It's in southeast Brazil. Its geographic coordinates are 22 degrees 54 minutes South and 43 degrees 15 minutes West. The distance between Rio and Sydney is 8,477 miles [13,642.4 kilometers; 7,361.4 nautical miles]. The flight duration time is about 17.5 hours. Rio is 13 hours behind Sydney.

Two, Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil. It's also in southeast Brazil. Its geographic coordinates are 23 degrees 34 minutes South and 46 degrees 38 minutes West. The distance between Sao Paulo and Sydney is 8,339.6 miles [13,421.2 kilometers; 7,242.1 nautical miles]. The flight duration time is about 17 hours 20 minutes. Sao Paulo also is 13 hours behind Sydney.

What is the geographical location of sydney harbor?

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There are no states of Sydney. Sydney Harbour Bridge is in the city of Sydney, which is the capital of the State of New South Wales, Australia.

Where is the radhasoami satsang Beas dera baba jaimal singh centre in Australia?

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Radha Soami Satsang Beas

Science of the Soul Study Centre

1530 Elizabeth Drive

Cecil Park, New South Wales 2178

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What is the typical meal pattern for the day in Australia?

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Breakfast first thing, and morning tea or 'smoko' snack at mid-morning. Lunch is anytime from about 11:30 -2pm and is also called dinner by some. Some people have a brief snack in the mid-afternoon ( called afternoon tea) and the evening meal is called tea, or dinner if formal, and is somewhere around 6pm. This is the main meal of the day for most.

What is the bsb for cba sydney branch?

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062-000 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 48 Martin Place Sydney NSW 48 Martin Place Sydney

062-001 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 48 Martin Place Sydney NSW 48 Martin Place Sydney 062-002Commonwealth Bank of Australia 11 Barrack Street Sydney NSW Barrack St, Sydney 062-003 Commonwealth Bank of Australia Cnr Liverpool & Castlereagh Sts Sydney NSW Liverpool & Castlereagh Sts Sydney 062-005Commonwealth Bank of Australia Cnr George and Market Streets Sydney NSW George & Market Sts Sydney 062-013Commonwealth Bank of Australia Cnr Liverpool and Castlereagh Sts Sydney NSW Liverpool & Castlereagh Sts Sydney062-016 Commonwealth Bank of Australia Cnr Liverpool and Castlereagh Sts Sydney NSW Liverpool & Castlereagh Sts Sydney 062-017 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 41 Oxford Street Sydney NSW

Is there a sanrio store in sydney?

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As far as I know, there is a shop in China Town called Zakka House. They sell a lot of Sanrio and San-X products. You can go there have a look. The address is shop D2, 401 Sussex Street, Sussex Centre, Haymarket NSW 2000. I know that they also have a website www.zakkahouseaustralia.com.au.

How long does it take from the UK to sydney on a boat?

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In 1975, it took 5 weeks to do the trip in the opposite direction, i.e. Sydney to Southampton, UK; It probably has not changed much since then. It took 6 weeks in 1966 to come through the Panama Canal via Tahiti and New Zealand, but faster ships were doing the voyage through the Suez Canal to Australia in about 4 weeks.

Why do the temperatures vary so much in Australia?

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Because it's so big.

It's not just wide but also long too so it covers many latitudes. Because of the angle of the sun different latitudes get more or less sun than others and are hotter or colder than others. Because Australia is long and covers many latitudes it has many temperature differences.

Then there is terrain. Australia is one big island (well the mainland anyway) so we have coastal weather, rain, wind and the like. But we also have a huge mountain range running down the edge of the east coast of Australia which catches a lot of the rain clouds so that they can't get inland. Therefore a lot of inland Australia is desert and with no rain to help grass and plants grow and no cloud cover to hold in the daytime heat the desert is scorching during the day and freezing at night (like most deserts). We also have high mountains which mean they get snow or at least very cold when low lying areas are not so cold just because of their altitude.

And I'm sure a meteorologist could explain it even better then me.