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the everest to be a $10m carrot to attract the world's best sprinters to sydney


the carrot of a $10 million sweepstakes race called the everest is set to change the face of australian racing, as the biggest horse players in the world eye a place at randwick on october 14.racing nsw chairman russell balding and australian turf club chairman laurie macri announced the $10 million everest over 1200 metres for 12 runners on wednesday afternoon and the atc had immediate interest in spots. main contender: tommy berry wins the tj smith on chautauqua.  p o: bradleyp os.com.au"it is a game-changer for racing in sydney," balding said. "it will be known as the everest and will be the richest 1200 metres in the world and the richest turf race in the world."there is no sprint race anywhere in the world that can rival a $10 million purse, but the $600,000 cost for an everest spot –






victorian racing welcomes sydney's $10 million sprint


victoria's three race clubs have welcomed sydney's bold initiative to launch a $10 million sweepstake sprint – to be known as the everest – during the melbourne spring carnival, arguing that it would boost the sport all over the country.however, racing victoria said it wanted more time to digest the details of the audacious announcement before making up its mind as to what, if any, impact the new event would have on the spring carnival. craig newitt aboard lankan rupee in the 2015 schillaci stakes, a race that could be impacted by a new sydney sprint. p o: getty imagesthe timing of the sydney event, to be run over 1200 metres at randwick in mid-october, is likely to have some consequences for the series of top-cl sprint races staged in victoria between late september and mid-november.the o






climb mount everest in vr on your oculus rift


you can download everest vr right now for $15. as with most vr titles, though, you'll need a reasonably modern windows pc to handle the oculus rift experience. the developers recommend at least a 4th-generation quad core i5 processor, 8gb of ram and a geforce gtx 960 to make the most of it. that won't be too much trouble if you already have a rift, but it's something to consider if your pc is on the edge of being vr-ready.






the everest concept is great but the devil is in the detail


the wow factor of a $10 million race is enormous but the details have to be worked out to make sure the investors get the right return. champion: tommy berry on chautauqua.  p o: getty imagesthe launch of the everest on wednesday appeared to be rushed. it e across as a concept rather than a finished product. some wags at randwick on urday were keen to point out that the website (www.theeverest.com.au) carries a tag at the bottom, spruiking the page was created by "crazy domains".the numbers – a $600,000 buy-in for a $10 million race – are magical and are hard to comprehend straight away.and the response was been incredible. there are already meetings in place for the free-to-air television rights this week. seven has the inside running, with its current deal not due to expire until the end






forget the gimmicks, racing needs champions like winx


winx is the best drug-free racehorse in the world because us superstars arrogate and california chrome were loaded up on home territory with lasix, the diuretic and performance enhancer.the situation again e to light when arrogate scored in the recent pegasus world cup when horses that didn't have lasix in their system were allowed a five-pound (2.5 kilograms) allowance. only one, outsider eregon, took a ntage. champion mare winx has been rated the best gr -track racehorse in the world. p o: janie barrettalas a tow truck would have been more useful to eregon as he didn't complete the event.of course the australian turf club and racing new south wales are set to follow the pegasus model, but not the lasix allowance. lasix is barred on race day in australia. surely winning without it should






fell swoop ready for comeback as trainer matt dale searches for next inglis star


canberra trainer matt dale will wait for more details to emerge about australia's first $10 million horse race before deciding if he will set stable star fell swoop for the race known as "the everest".fell swoop will make his comeback to the track at thoroughbred park on friday with the five-year-old set to join the nick olive-trained single gaze in a barrier trial. sport: canberra trainer, matthew dale with horse fell swoop at thoroughbred park. 16th september 2015. p o by melissa adams of the canberra times. p o: melissa adamsfell swoop will likely have his next race in melbourne, but a lucrative opportunity at randwick on october 14 is at the back of dale's mind after plans for "the everest" were announced this week.owners will be able to buy spots in the 12-horse field for $600,000 per






kris lees looks for a free ticket for danish twist


newcastle trainer kris lees had one question when he saw danish twist on the front of the promotional brochure for the everest. breeders favourite: danish twist is ready to fire first-up in the breeders cl ic at randwick. p o: bradleyp os.com.au"do i get a free ticket? it might be only way we can get a slot," lees quipped. "it was a bit of shock to see her on it but it is a great concept if you have the right horse."the cover s was from the start of danish twist's spring preparation when she was beaten a nose and a nose by takedown and our boy malachi in the premiere stakes. lees is hoping for similar effort on urday.she returns as favourite in urday's breeders cl ic at randwick and the trainer is confident, despite danish twist not having won first-up in four attempts."she is a high-quali






severe thunderstorms hit city, flash flooding likely


roads flooded across the city, cars strandedwe're receiving reports of flooded roads and stranded cars across the city.one of the worst affected areas appears to be redfern, where several cars have been inundated.at the salvation army officers on chalmers street, the emergency flood gates popped up to keep the water out of the building.thunderstorms are slow moving, bureau saystwo storm cells were approaching sydney from the west.one of those cells was detected on the weather radar near canterbury and fairfield just before 11am, the bureau said."these thunderstorms are slow moving. they are forecast to affect parramatta, sydney airport and botany by 11.20am and sydney city, sydney olympic park and ryde by 11.50am," the bureau said.






expelled after suing school to be on boys' basketball team


the new jersey seventh-grader whose family sued the catholic school that refused to let her to play basketball on the boys team was abruptly expelled from her middle school wednesday.the parents of 12-year-old sydney phillips were sent a letter from an archdiocese of newark lawyer saying that both sydney and her sister kaitlyn should not attend st. theresa “tomorrow morning or any day thereafter.”“i’m furious,” the s’ dad, scott phillips, said wednesday night. “this is unbelievable. we just wanted her to play basketball.”the phillips family was hoping sydney would be able to play with the boys after the s team was disbanded last school year.when the kenilworth school nixed that idea, her dad took legal action against the archdiocese and st. theresa.apparently the school charter maintains t






the correct answers to the most common rorschach test images from keaton patti


two audience members of a carrot top show looking at each other, thinking, “did we really just waste $50 on tickets for this terrible show? every joke is a moth pun.” these are also the waiters with boners from earlier. they’re still not fooling anyone.






teens to be charged with planning terror attack in sydney


a man and a woman will be charged with planning to carry out a terrorist act in sydney, police say.the 19-year-olds, who are married, have been in custody since early last year and are expected to appear in central local court on wednesday.they face charges of "conspiracy to do an act, or acts in preparation for, or planning, a terrorist act or acts".a nsw police spokeswoman said when the teenagers were arrested in sydney's west early last year, the man was charged with three counts of collecting documents likely to facilitate terrorist acts.the woman was charged with recklessly possessing a thing connecting to a terrorist act and recklessly collecting documents connected to a terrorist act, the spokeswoman said."today's charges follows an extensive investigation by officers from the nsw j






rtx sydney 2017 - the indies


hewso|1h ago|opinion piece|1|player 2 takes a look at some of the indies on show during the rtx sydney expo. what upcoming s caught their eye? absolverbrief battlescommercepcps4rtxstrafexbox oneplayer2.net.auread full story >>player2.net.au






patched 12 - part 1 - rtx sydney 2017


hewso|1h ago|videocast|0|the latest episode of patched comes to you from rtx sydney. check out the boys as they sum up the event and get surprised by eo appearances from greg millar and tim gettys armscommercelegend of zelda: breath of the wildrtxswitchwii uplayer2.net.auread full story >>player2.net.au






have you seen egg? pet pug dog stolen in olympic park mugging


egg the pug dog was stolen from his owner in sydney olympic park. p o: nsw policearmed thieves have stolen a pet pug dog named egg as his owner was walking him on a lead through sydney olympic park in the city's west overnight.the dog's owner is said to be distraught after three men held him at knife-point and stole his dog, as well as his wallet and backpack, about 10.30pm on thursday.police said they held serious concerns for the animal's welfare, given the scorching conditions forecast across sydney. temperatures are expected to hit 44 degrees in sydney's west on friday and 45 degrees on urday. "we just want [egg] returned unharmed," the police spokesman said, urging the offenders to leave the dog at the nearest police station.police said the dog's 29-year-old owner was walking egg, ag






expelled after suing school to be on boys’ basketball team


the new jersey seventh-grader whose family sued the catholic school that refused to let her to play basketball on the boys team was abruptly expelled from her middle school wednesday.the parents of 12-year-old sydney phillips were sent a letter from an archdiocese of newark lawyer saying that both sydney and her sister kaitlyn should not attend st. theresa “tomorrow morning or any day thereafter.”“i’m furious,” the s’ dad, scott phillips, said wednesday night. “this is unbelievable. we just wanted her to play basketball.”the phillips family was hoping sydney would be able to play with the boys after the s team was disbanded last school year.when the kenilworth school nixed that idea, her dad took legal action against the archdiocese and st. theresa.st. theresa school in kenilworth, njrich






rtx sydney 2017 - interview: gus sorola


hewso|13m ago|interview|0|player 2 sits down with rooster teeth co-founder gus sorola to chat about the success of rtx sydney. commercerooster theethrtxplayer2.net.auread full story >>player2.net.au






brisbane, melbourne city in 2-2 draw


connectlinkedinemailmoresydney (ap) — while sydney fc remained unbeaten in the season, melbourne city and the brisbane roar drew 2-2 on saturday to make up only marginal ground on the league leaders.nicolas colazo scored the equalizer for city on a 61st-minute penalty after the roar led 2-0 at halftime.the result left the roar in third place, two points ahead of city. the melbourne victory are in second place, 12 points behind sydney.sydney won its 14th game along with five draws in 19 matches to remain the class of the league after beating the wellington phoenix 3-1 on thursday.there are eight regular-season rounds left in the season.in another match, diego castro scored two goals, set up another for andy keogh and featured in the lead-up to adam taggart's score as perth moved into fifth






sydney now: thursday, february 2, 2017


good morning.it'll be mild with a morning shower or two today and only 26 degrees in the cbd and 27 in parramatta.backflip loomingthe berejiklian government seems to be preparing to dump plans to merge councils. policy is still being worked out, but plebiscites seem a likely way to let people vote to prevent their council being merged.ms berejiklian has appointed politicians to key posts who have in the past strongly opposed amalgamations. the member for vaucluse and new local government minister, gabrielle upton, told a public meeting in 2015: "i believe that local governments are local.advertisementbest lunches for under $10good food covers off the options in the cbd.the city outpost of mary's burgers (154 castlereagh st, sydney) does a truly epic hamburger or cheeseburger for $10, but a






man, 92, charged with ually aulting six-year-old in sydney


a 92-year-old man has been charged with ually aulting a six-year-old at a home on sydney's northern beaches, police say.the man was arrested in manly on thursday and charged over the alleged ual and indecent ault of the school last month.the man is related to the he is accused of abusing, and cannot be named for legal reasons.detectives from the state crime command's child abuse squad launched an investigation after receiving a report that the had been aulted on january 19.detectives took the man to manly police station, where he was questioned.police said the man was charged with one count of ual intercourse with a child under the age of 10, and one count of ault with an act of indecency.he appeared in manly local court on thursday and was granted strict conditional bail, before his next






brisbane, melbourne city in 2-2 draw


1 connectlinkedinemailmoresydney (ap) — while sydney fc remained unbeaten in the season, melbourne city and the brisbane roar drew 2-2 on saturday to make up only marginal ground on the league leaders.nicolas colazo scored the equalizer for city on a 61st-minute penalty after the roar led 2-0 at halftime.the result left the roar in third place, two points ahead of city. the melbourne victory are in second place, 12 points behind sydney.sydney won its 14th game along with five draws in 19 matches to remain the class of the league after beating the wellington phoenix 3-1 on thursday.there are eight regular-season rounds left in the season.in another match, diego castro scored two goals, set up another for andy keogh and featured in the lead-up to adam taggart's score as perth moved into fif






brisbane, melbourne city in 2-2 draw


1 connectlinkedinemailmoresydney (ap) — while sydney fc remained unbeaten in the season, melbourne city and the brisbane roar drew 2-2 on saturday to make up only marginal ground on the league leaders.nicolas colazo scored the equalizer for city on a 61st-minute penalty after the roar led 2-0 at halftime.the result left the roar in third place, two points ahead of city. the melbourne victory are in second place, 12 points behind sydney.sydney won its 14th game along with five draws in 19 matches to remain the class of the league after beating the wellington phoenix 3-1 on thursday.there are eight regular-season rounds left in the season.in another match, diego castro scored two goals, set up another for andy keogh and featured in the lead-up to adam taggart's score as perth moved into fif






perth glory beat sydney fc 5-1 semi-final


perth glory are into the w-league grand final after american import vanessa di bernardo scored a brace to inspire her side to a crushing 5-1 win over sydney fc their semi-final showdown at nib stadium.sydney hit the lead in the 23rd minute on urday when kyah simon struck a sweet goal while falling to the ground. constant threat: sam kerr. p o: getty imagesbut two goals to di bernardo either side of an alanna kennedy own goal saw perth take complete control.and with sydney chasing the game, glory striker rosie dee sutton and shawn billam put the icing on the cake with late strikes in front of 1592 fans.canberra united will host defending champions melbourne city in the other semi- final on sunday, with the winner of that match to meet glory in the title decider on february 12.sydney fc had






anz stadium pitch in 'good shape' for sydney derby despite extreme heat and guns


the playing field at anz stadium is said to be in good condition for saturday night's sydney a-league derby despite hosting two major rock concerts last weekend. the venue has allayed fears that one of the biggest games of the season will be played on a sub-par playing surface, suggesting the field received minimal damage following the two guns n' roses concerts.  paradise city: guns n' roses concerts haven't damaged the pitch at anz stadium for the sydney derby. photo: getty imagesit is understood turf at the southern end of the field will be replaced, impacting the surface of one goal-mouth, but anz stadium suggests the field is otherwise in good condition to host the match. concerns arose after the past two sydney fc games were played on horrendous surfaces. a rugby sevens tournament le






fairfax media appoints new editors at the sydney morning herald and the age


fairfax media on monday announced several changes to senior editorial leadership positions across the sydney morning herald and the age.darren goodsir informed staff on monday morning that he had resigned as editor-in-chief of the sydney morning herald, after 3½ years in the position and almost 20 years with fairfax media. darren goodsir has resigned as editor-in-chief of the sydney morning herald. photo: peter rae the announcement came as three new appointments were made within the newspapers' senior ranks.james chessell has been appointed fairfax media's national editor, with responsibility for federal politics, business and world coverage across the sydney morning herald and the age; lisa davies has been appointed editor of the sydney morning herald and alex lavelle has been appointed e






man charged by police in all blacks bug case in sydney


all blacks coach steve hansen, in a statement, said the charge ‘seems bizarre and unbelievable’sydney: police have charged a security consultant with public mischief after an investigation into allegations a listening device was planted in the all blacks’ meeting room at a sydney el before a bledisloe cup test last august.new south wales state police issued a statement on tuesday saying the 51-year-old man would appear in a sydney local court on march 21.new zealand mana ent discovered the listening device on monday, august 15, but reportedly didn’t notify police for five days — with news emerging on the morning of the match.at the time, new zealand rugby said a device similar to that used by law enforcement and spy agencies was found in a chair in the room which was being used for sensiti






franjic, troisi focused on job ahead and socceroos, not sydney


don't mention the s word.at least not around melbourne city or melbourne victory players. victory's james troisi and city's ivan franjic won't be thinking about sydney when their clubs meet on urday. p o: robert cianflonethe sky blues are so far ahead they are over the a-league horizon and the chances of anyone catching them looks slim.in reality, fourth-placed city is at best looking to overhaul second-placed victory by season's end.the latter, six points clear of their local rivals, are anxious to preserve second spot, which would give them a chance of hosting the grand final should sydney falter in their semi final and victory win theirs.neither james troisi, victory's former socceroo midfielder, nor ivan franjic, a teammate of troisi's when the victory man scored the winner in the asia






fiji should host world rugby sevens event, says osea kolinisau


fiji sevens captain osea kolinisau has urged world rugby to consider hosting a world rugby sevens tournament in his home country, following an embarr ing turnout in wellington at the weekend.speaking before the sydney sevens leg of the world tour this weekend, kolinisau, who won a gold medal for fiji at the rio olympics, said he could see no reason why a tournament could not be staged in his rugby-mad country. osea kolinisau (left) in action against new zealand in wellington. p o: getty images"hell, yeah, definitely," said kolinisau when asked if he would support such a move."one at home would be amazing, and to get to show that to all our fiji people [who] are crazy about sevens. i think it'd be sold out with two or three months left for the people at home."the sheer number of empty yello






sydney coach andrew gaze wants kings to shoot for 2017 nbl finals series


sydney coach andrew gaze believes 85 points against perth on friday night will be enough to keep the kings in contention for the nbl finals series.sydney (13-14) need to win their final game on the road against the defending champions and then hope their a ntageous head-to-head record against most mid-table rivals comes back to help them as six teams vie for the three remaining finals spots. "we're not worried about margins - we just want the win": kings coach andrew gaze p o: suppliedin contrast, the wildcats (13-13) need a win against either sydney or melbourne to stay in contention, however victories in both games will w up a 31st consecutive playoffs spot.gaze has pinpointed the kings' field shooting accuracy, which has slumped to 40 per cent since the turn of the new year, as the key.






sydney property market stuns with boom-time result despite record auctions – and


the sydney home auction market produced a stunning result at the weekend, despite the significant dual constraints of a record saturday for early-february listings and also record summer heat.sydney recorded a remarkable boom-time weekend clearance rate of 84.2 per cent, which was well ahead of last week’s 78.8 per cent and also nearly 10 per cent higher than the 74.3 per cent recorded over the same weekend last year.about 540 homes were listed for auction in sydney on saturday, which was a record early-february offering, predictably well ahead of the 231 auctioned last weekend and significantly higher than the 358 listed over the same weekend last year.sydney’s clearance rates. photo: andrew wilsoninner suburban regions were again the top performers in sydney at the weekend, which continu






listing the worst things about sydney makes it easier to leave


it's easy to hate sydney this time of year, all sweaty humidity and traffic. a city that only flows freely when schools are on holidays now over, a city in which authorities think most thoroughfare clearways are only appropriate for weekdays. pity those of us who must drive on the weekend.i've been essing the worst thing about sydney given how difficult it is to move away,  which i'm doing this week. thinking of its insufferable attributes makes it easier to justify a decision to live elsewhere for a while. the antidote to departure angst is creating a leaderboard of sydney awfulness, whittling the candidates down to the city's single worst thing. traffic is infuriating, but it's not even the worst thing about sydney. p o: dominic lorrimersydney's worst thing is not the heat, even though o






sydney’s one-bedroom apartment rents squeezing singles into sharehouses – domain


despite sydney’s rentals being the smallest in the country, singles are being squeezed into house-sharing arran ents due to sky-high rents, new data shows.the cost of renting a one-bedroom apartment in sydney’s cbd is now $645 a week, a room-by-room breakdown of rental advertisements by tenant advocacy company don’t rent me found.and in other areas where one-bedroom apartments are common, such as manly, zetland and pyrmont, the cost is in excess of $585 a week.the vast majority of apartments in nsw are two-bedrooms – with 2298 – followed by 1322 one-bedroom apartments.and in many suburbs, one-bedroom apartments aren’t substantially cheaper than two-bedroom apartments, forcing some tenants to change their wishlist.in burwood, a one-bedroom apartment is $531 a week, compared to $630 for a tw






what you need to know on monday, february 6, 2017


good morninga top of 35 degrees is predicted in the city today and 41 in penrith, although a "cooler breeze" should provide some relief throughout the day. sydney has a very high fire danger rating.there are bus stop changes in kensington due to light rail construction that affect routes to the city. chiswick wharf is closed for an upgrade and a shuttle bus service is running.tasty treat: ice cream melts fast in this heat in moree. p o: sophie harris, moree championponder this while you sit in your air-conditioned office: moree has not had a day under 35 degrees since boxing day.  "the trees are sick of it, the animals are sick of it, the people are sick of it, says the mayor katrina humphries. josh dye reports here. 'no longer a fit and proper person' to practisebruce percy hocking p o: f






mystery man at sydney airport could help in search for missing sang don you


police would like to speak to this man about the disappearance of sydney man sang don you. p o: nsw policea man captured on cctv footage at the departure gate at sydney airport's international terminal could hold vital information about the suspicious disappearance of a restaurant manager from sydney's west nearly four years ago.detectives now believe sang don you, a korean national who has lived in australia for nearly 40 years, met with foul play after he was last seen leaving the restaurant where he worked on bridge street in lidcombe on the afternoon of march 6, 2013. sang don you was last seen leaving a restaurant on bridge street in lidcombe on march 6, 2013. p o: nsw policepolice said mr you, who would now be 56, a father of three, had not been in touch with his family or friends,






sydney sevens upset was 'kick in the bum' australia needed


australian women's sevens co-captain sharni williams says the pearls' fourth placing in sydney was the "kick in the bum" they needed as they look to get their world series paign back on track next month in las vegas.after accounting for fiji in their opening match on urday at kippax field, australia's olympic champions were outcl ed by canada 12-7 and then thumped by new zealand 19-0 in one of their worst tournaments in recent years.australia through to cup round on day onenew zealand's men and women beat australia on day 2 of the sydney sevens on a day where wales shocked olympic champions fiji and canada won the womens trophy.despite this, australia (32 points) still sit second on the world series rankings, behind new zealand (36) but ahead of sydney champions canada (30) and fiji (24).a






feline panleukopenia virus resurfaces in western sydney after 40 years


a highly-contagious cat virus not seen in sydney for 40 years has resurfaced in a western sydney pound.blacktown council's animal holding facility was forced to close its doors to cats after the outbreak of feline panleukopenia virus, commonly referred to as feline enteritis. many cats are not vaccinated against the virus, which can be fatal. p o: daniel munoz"this is a highly contagious, life-threating viral disease for the cat population," blacktown mayor stephen bali said in a statement on tuesday."it has not been seen in sydney for some 40 years, and many people have therefore stopped vaccinating against it. blacktown mayor stephen bali warned of danger from the highly contagious virus. p o: supplied"as a result, it is now attacking a largely unprotected cat population."at least three






apollo stakes meeting postponed until monday


racing nsw stewards have moved randwick's apollo stakes meeting from urday to monday because the heatwave conditions.after representation from leading stables, stewards decided it was better to move the meeting rather than risk horse and rider safety in the heat on urday. comeback delayed: winx after track work at rosehill gardens in sydney this week. p o: janie barrettwith many of the leading contenders for the autumn carnival and the championships starting their paign, including the world's best turf horse winx, the meeting had to be run.jockeys and trainers were committed to a provincial meeting at wyong on sunday, so monday was the first possible date the apollo meeting could be run."we have been in communication with the bureau of meteorology, who were extremely helpful with providing






n.j. banned from boys' basketball team offered wnba tryout


a seventh-grade who was banned from an all-boys basketball team, then expelled from her junior high school after her family filed a lawsuit challenging the ban, has been contacted by the wnba. sydney phillips, 12, an all-star on her team last season, had hopes of excelling within the sport — and her family requested she join the boys’ team at st. theresa in new jersey. “i know the boys’ team and she would be the best player on the team. i think she would help them,” sydney’s father scott said in an interview with the daily news in december.sydney phillips plays with wnba pros sugar rodgers and brittany boyd of the new york liberty.(nj.com/youtube) but the request was immediately rejected as it was against the school’s policy — and officials feared she would get hurt.new jersey school bars






western sydney wanderers leading a-league race to sign roly bonevacia from welli


western sydney wanderers are set to make a move to sign exciting dutch midfielder roly bonevacia next season with the wellington phoenix midfielder on the cusp of leaving the club when his contract expires on may 31. sources suggest the wanderers are leading a host of a-league clubs in pursuit of the talented playmaker who is unlikely to renew his deal with the phoenix.  roly bonevacia is on the verge of leaving wellington phoenix. p o: p osportafter spending three seasons in wellington, the former nac breda, roda jc and ajax man is entertaining a move to a larger club having attracted interest from rival a-league clubs as well as abroad. it's understood a move back to the netherlands is unlikely for the 25-year-old, though offers have arrived from other european leagues that could rival b






auction market still , but tests await – domain


the strong sydney home auction market re-emerged on urday with an unequivocally good result overall for sellers.the predicable surge in auction listings, following the clear end to holiday distractions, was pounced on by home buyers who are clearly still hungry.sydney recorded a weekend clearance rate of 78.8 per cent, well ahead of the 65.3 per cent recorded the previous weekend from a smaller number of listings. it was also ahead of the 72.5 per cent recorded over the same weekend last year.sydney’s clearance rates. p o: andrew wilsonalmost 230 homes were scheduled for auction on urday, well ahead of the 55 listed the previous weekend and also higher than the 218 listed over the same weekend last year.with significantly higher numbers and a more representative spread of activity, sydney’






shut down of sydney college of the arts at callan park delayed for two years, bu


sydney university's controversial decision to shut down its art school at callan park will not happen for at least two years, with students set to continue studying at the historic kirkbride pus until 2018.sydney university revealed plans to close its sydney college of the arts in 2015, and later tried and failed to merge the art school with the university of nsw. a student climbs to the administration offices of the sydney college of arts during a student occupation of the pus in 2016. p o: daniel munozthe university's latest proposal is to move the art school to the old teacher's college, located on its perdown pus, and utilise nearby buildings if required. the relocation would not be complete until early 2019.no art students will be taught at sydney university's main pus this year. and