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Musica Viva Festival hopes to strike a chord with classical newbies

"All you need to do is listen with an open ear and an open mind, because it really is a magical thing."
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Notre Dame fire a warning bell. But will Europe listen?

In the wake of the fire last week that gutted Notre Dame, questions are being raised about the state of thousands of other cathedrals, palaces and village spires across Europe.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

'They won't listen to us blackfellas': Push to save ancient sacred trees

"We're just trying to keep as much of our cultural heritage intact as we can. They won't listen to us blackfellas."
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'We're not asleep at the wheel': Eels won't listen to outside noise

Their captain, halfback and coach are all off contract, but the Eels believe they are now better placed to make the big calls.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Not here for selfies', activist Greta tells political world

Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg says political leaders need to listen to the millions of children protesting for action on climate change.
SBS - Published

PSG should listen to me more, says Alves

PARIS (Reuters) - Paris St Germain's experienced Brazil international defender Dani Alves said on Thursday that the club should follow his recommendations to improve in the Champions League.
SBS - Published

'Alexa, is someone else listening to us?' Sometimes, someone is

Unknown to many, Amazon employs thousands of people around the world to listen to voice recordings captured by its devices.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Life at triple speed: how to listen to 36 hours of podcasts a day

Most audio and video platforms let you increase the speed without changing the audio pitch or sacrificing intelligibility.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Heritage-listed Mosman Rowers Club ravaged by fire

Just  days after renovations were completed, the interior of the heritage-listen Mosman Rowers Club caught fire on Wednesday morning.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Premier – we cried for help and you didn't listen

Why the people of Barwon took action at the ballot box.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Listen: Troubadour Elvis takes the stage – in my own backyard

Parlour is an Australian web-based company that lists artists who want to play intimate shows – in your living room, kitchen nook or on the back verandah.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How the British Parliament would have dealt with the Fraser Anning petition

When more than a million people speak, Australia's politicians should work out to listen.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

We banned phones in the classroom and the benefits are obvious

Most students using their phones in class do so to listen to music, access social media or play games.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

About Last Night: Be prepared to listen, without firing up

Dad and I were close until he met his manipulative, narcissistic new partner.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sydney students: Listen to us on climate

Thousands of students have skipped school to attend a Strike 4 Climate Action rally at Sydney's Town Hall Square.
SBS - Published

Music makes your brain hum in perfect harmony with fellow listeners

Research published last week show that when people listen to the same passage of music, their brains appear to sync up and pulse together.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'I'm not going to listen at all': Kyrgios hits back at Nadal

Nick Kyrgios says he wouldn't "listen at all" to the world No.2 after the Spaniard said he needed to show more respect to himself, his opponents and the crowd.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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