Barbecues were planned, stalls were booked and staff were rostered on. But it all got cancelled weeks before the launch.
Eryk Bagshaw Chinese tourists will be able to bust out their favourite karaoke songs as they reach the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge over Chinese new year.
The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
Anne Davies Octogenarian media mogul Rupert Murdoch's commanding of the Twittersphere this week shows the increasing influence of this social medium, in politics and other serious public forums.
Peter Vincent When Courtney Barnett performs, she projects a kind of dorky-chick-with-a-guitar schtick. This is not some hipster affectation; she really is awkward off stage.
Noel Towell 2000 department officials asked to take an effective pay cut, unions says.
Matt Burgess Nothing was going to stop these energetic youngsters from running straight into the cool waters of South Narrabeen beach.
Sean Nicholls The highest levels of the NSW Police have been plunged into controversy after an inquiry heard evidence of potentially illegal bugging of corruption suspects and deputy commissioner Nick Kaldas launched an extraordinary attack on the Ombudsman charged with investigating.
Jewel Topsfield A judicial review into the condemned Bali Nine members filed on Friday would not stop executions proceeding, according to a spokesman for Indonesian Attorney-General H.M Prasetyo.
Sean Nicholls When political allies fall out the outcome is rarely good for the party itself. Those of us on the outside, however, can be afforded a glimpse into how political parties sometimes work.
FOLLOWING their concert in December and terrific Eisteddfod results, Squire Dance Academy will be welcoming students to their ...