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CRICKET-AUSTRALIA/HUGHES
RTR4GHLS
December 03, 2014
Australian cricket team captain Michael Clarke pauses as he speaks in front of he Baggy Green and other...
Sydney, Australia
Australian cricket team captain Clarke pauses as he speaks in front of he Baggy Green and other state...
Australian cricket team captain Michael Clarke pauses as he speaks in front of he Baggy Green and other state representative caps belonging to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes during his funeral service in the town of Macksville, located north of Sydney December 3, 2014. The funeral of Australian test cricketer Phillip Hughes began to the strains of a song entitled "Forever Young" in his home town on Wednesday as a nation united to celebrate the life of a sportsman cut down in his prime. Eight days after Hughes was struck by a ball in the back of the head and six after he died of the catastrophic injuries that resulted, his family, friends and a host of cricketing greats gathered at Macksville High School to bid farewell to him. REUTERS/Cameron Spencer/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR3MJOU
April 25, 2014
A veteran wearing service medals bows his head during a remembrance service on ANZAC Day in central Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A veteran wearing service medals bows his head during a remembrance service on ANZAC Day in central Sydney...
A veteran wearing service medals bows his head during a remembrance service on ANZAC Day in central Sydney April 25, 2014. Australia and New Zealand on Friday marked the 99th anniversary of the first major military action involving Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. ANZAC is an acronym for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-ROYALS/
RTR3LRVL
April 18, 2014
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, talks to junior surf lifesavers during a visit to Sydney's Manly...
Sydney, Australia
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, talks to junior surf lifesavers during a visit to Sydney's Manly...
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, talks to junior surf lifesavers during a visit to Sydney's Manly beach April 18, 2014. Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate are undertaking a 19-day official visit to New Zealand and Australia with their son George. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX14M8A
October 24, 2013
A member of the public takes a photograph of a sculpture by artist Lucy Humphrey titled 'horizon' on...
Sydney, Australia
A member of the public takes a photograph of a sculpture by artist Lucy Humphrey titled 'horizon' on...
A member of the public takes a photograph of a sculpture by artist Lucy Humphrey titled 'horizon' on a rocky cliff which is part of the "Sculpture by the Sea" exhibition at Sydney's Tamarama Beach October 24, 2013. The free and temporary outdoor exhibition, now in its 17th year, stretches for two kilometres (1.24 miles) along the coastline between Bondi and Tamarama beaches. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR35SK4
July 31, 2012
Police and wildlife rangers stand next to a dead humpback whale lying in a rock pool at Newport beach...
Sydney, Australia
Police and wildlife rangers stand next to a dead humpback whale lying in a rock pool at Newport beach...
Police and wildlife rangers stand next to a dead humpback whale lying in a rock pool at Newport beach in Sydney August 1, 2012. Residents of Newport, a popular surfing beach in Sydney, woke to find the corpse of a 30-tonne humpback whale washed up in an ocean swimming pool on Wednesday, according to local media. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS MARITIME SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-HOSTAGE/
RTR2QV00
September 05, 2011
Police officers rescue a girl who was held hostage by a man in Parramatta, an outer Sydney suburb September...
Sydney, Australia
Police officers rescue a girl who was held hostage by a man in Parramatta
Police officers rescue a girl who was held hostage by a man in Parramatta, an outer Sydney suburb September 6, 2011. A man claiming to be carrying a bomb occupied a legal office in Sydney on Tuesday, holding his daughter captive in a security scare believed to be linked to a custody dispute, Australian media said. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
CRICKET-ASHES/
RTXWAH3
January 07, 2011
The English test cricket team celebrates winning the Ashes test series after they beat Australia in the...
Sydney, Australia
English test cricket team celebrate winning the Ashes test series after they beat Australia in the fifth...
The English test cricket team celebrates winning the Ashes test series after they beat Australia in the fifth Ashes cricket test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 7, 2011. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CRICKET-ASHES/
RTXW7V9
January 05, 2011
Spectators cheers behind England's Alastair Cook during the fifth Ashes cricket test against Australia...
Sydney, Australia
Spectators cheers behind Cook during the fifth Ashes cricket test against Australia in Sydney
Spectators cheers behind England's Alastair Cook during the fifth Ashes cricket test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 5, 2011. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CLIMATE/
RTXVJCB
December 08, 2010
Cardboard versions of New York's Statue of Liberty, the Sydney Opera House, Paris' Eiffel Tower, Rio...
Cancun, Mexico
Cardboard versions of the world's best known landmarks stand in the ocean at the Gaviota Azul beach in...
Cardboard versions of New York's Statue of Liberty, the Sydney Opera House, Paris' Eiffel Tower, Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer, London's Big Ben, Cairo's Great Pyramid of Giza, Mexico's Angel of Independence, Agra's Taj Mahal and Beijing's Temple of Heaven stand in the ocean at the Gaviota Azul beach in Cancun December 8, 2010. Greenpeace staged a performance sinking the world's best known landmarks in the ocean as climate talks take place in the beach resort. REUTERS/Gerardo Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA
RTX8TLN
September 22, 2008
An installation worker passes a headless life-sized artwork called "The Age of Enlightenment - Adam Smith...
Sydney, Australia
Installation worker passes headless life-sized artwork at Sydney's MCA
An installation worker passes a headless life-sized artwork called "The Age of Enlightenment - Adam Smith 2008" at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) September 23, 2008. The sculpture is part of a five-month-long exhibition by British-born Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare and features life-size fibreglass mannequins wearing Dutch wax printed cottons, paintings, resin prints and high-definition video. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR20H4W
July 29, 2008
Amnesty International volunteers tie cloth gags across their mouths during a protest in central Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Amnesty International volunteers tie cloth gags across their mouths during a protest in central Sydney...
Amnesty International volunteers tie cloth gags across their mouths during a protest in central Sydney July 30, 2008. They demonstrated against what they claim is the Chinese government's censorship, monitoring and surveillance of internet users in China. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY-SUPER/
RTX63X7
May 23, 2008
Rory Kockott (black) of the Sharks from South Africa fights with Dean Mumm of Waratahs of Australia during...
Sydney, Australia
Sharks Kockott fights against Waratahs Mumm during their Super 14 rugby semi-final match in Sydney
Rory Kockott (black) of the Sharks from South Africa fights with Dean Mumm of Waratahs of Australia during their Super 14 rugby semi-final match in Sydney May 24, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1X6ZO
February 17, 2008
A crew member steers a dragon boat during the Chinese New Year Dragon Boat races at Darling Harbour in...
Sydney, Australia
A crew member steers a dragon boat during the Chinese New Year Dragon Boat races at Darling Harbour in...
A crew member steers a dragon boat during the Chinese New Year Dragon Boat races at Darling Harbour in central Sydney February 17, 2008. The race weekend is one of dozens of events celebrating the beginning of the year of the rat which attracts thousands of spectators from Sydney's large Chinese population and the broader community. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTX4KZ6
December 10, 2007
Artist Tim Hawkinson of the U.S. stands below one of his artworks titled "Balloon Self-Portrait" ahead...
Sydney, Australia
Artist Hawkinson of the U.S. stands below one of his artworks titled "Balloon Self-Portrait" ahead of...
Artist Tim Hawkinson of the U.S. stands below one of his artworks titled "Balloon Self-Portrait" ahead of his exhibition at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) December 10, 2007. Hawkinson, who is from Los Angeles, is exhibiting in Australia for the first time. His show features ten years of his work. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-KIDMAN/
RTX4CCB
December 03, 2007
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT - Australian actress Nicole Kidman is surrounded by photographers...
Sydney, Australia
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT - Australian actress Nicole Kidman is surrounded by photographers and television cameras as she gets into a car after appearing at the Supreme Court in Sydney November 19, 2007. Kidman gave evidence on Monday in the case of a photographer who is suing a local newspaper that claimed he was intrusive and scared the academy award winning actress. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/
RTX3ZZG
November 24, 2007
Australian Prime Minister John Howard arrives to speak to his supporters after conceding defeat in national...
Sydney, Australia
Australian Prime Minister John Howard arrives to speak to his supporters after conceding defeat at a...
Australian Prime Minister John Howard arrives to speak to his supporters after conceding defeat in national elections, at a hotel in Sydney November 24, 2007. Howard conceded defeat at national elections on Saturday as the Labor opposition swept to power ending 11 years of conservative rule.
Howard, a close U.S. ally and staunch supporter of the war in Iraq, was struggling to save his own seat as Australians voted for generational change, backing the younger Labor leader Kevin Rudd, who has promised to withdraw combat troops from Iraq. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
APEC-AUSTRALIA/
RTR1TKPY
September 07, 2007
A protester (C) is taken away by police as her friend tries to pull her away during a rally against the...
Sydney, Australia
A protester is taken away by police as her friend tries to pull her away during a rally against the Asia-Pacific...
A protester (C) is taken away by police as her friend tries to pull her away during a rally against the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Sydney September 8, 2007.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (AUSTRALIA)
HORSE-RACING/AUSTRALIA
RTR1T2JM
August 24, 2007
One of the quarantined horses is seen at the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre in Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
One of the quarantined horses is seen at the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre in Sydney
One of the quarantined horses is seen at the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre in Sydney August 25, 2007. Australia's multibillion dollar horseracing industry was in turmoil on Saturday after an outbreak of equine influenza in Sydney triggered a nationwide shutdown on all horse movement.
The unprecedented moves followed confirmation that at least 16 horses had tested positive for equine influenza (EI), a respiratory illness that is rarely fatal but tires horses and is highly contagious. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1T0KU
August 22, 2007
"Jimiyu", an 18-month-old male giraffe from Western Plains Zoo in Central New South Wales looks out the...
Sydney, Australia
"Jimiyu", an 18-month-old male giraffe from Western Plains Zoo looks out the back of a transport truck...
"Jimiyu", an 18-month-old male giraffe from Western Plains Zoo in Central New South Wales looks out the back of a transport truck as it is driven to his new home at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, August 22, 2007. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY-AUSTRALIA
RTR1Q45S
May 25, 2007
Australia's Mark Chisholm (L) wins a line out from Jonathan Thomas of Wales during their rugby test match...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's Chisholm wins a line out from Thomas of Wales during their rugby test match in Sydney
Australia's Mark Chisholm (L) wins a line out from Jonathan Thomas of Wales during their rugby test match at Stadium Australia in Sydney May 26, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ANZAC/
RTR1P07Q
April 24, 2007
War veteran Pat Lee wears his old World War II helmet during the annual Anzac (Australian and New Zealand...
Sydney, Australia
War veteren Lee wears his old World War II helmet during the annual Anzac (Australian and New Zealand...
War veteran Pat Lee wears his old World War II helmet during the annual Anzac (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day march in Sydney April 25, 2007. Thousands of Australians around the nation gathered at Anzac Day dawn services and marches to commemorate those who have lost their lives in war. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1L4WG
January 13, 2007
Twenty-year-old trainee volunteer surf life saver Mecca Laalaa runs along North Cronulla Beach in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Trainee volunteer surf life saver Laalaa runs along North Cronulla Beach in Sydney
Twenty-year-old trainee volunteer surf life saver Mecca Laalaa runs along North Cronulla Beach in Sydney during her Bronze medallion competency test January 13, 2007. Specifically designed for Muslim women, Laalaa's body-covering swimming costume has been named the "burkini" by its Sydney based designer Aheda Zanetti. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
CRICKET-ASHES/
RTR1KW5F
January 05, 2007
Australia's Glenn McGrath (L) walks off the ground with team mate Shane Warne at the end of England's...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's McGrath walks off the ground with Warne at the end of England's second innings during the...
Australia's Glenn McGrath (L) walks off the ground with team mate Shane Warne at the end of England's second innings during the fourth day of the fifth and final Ashes cricket test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 5, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1G1KX
August 02, 2006
Australian artist Nike Savvas makes final adjustments to her art piece consisting of over 50,000 polystyrene...
Sydney, Australia
Australian artist Nike Savvas makes final adjustments to her art piece consisting of over 50,000 polystyrene...
Australian artist Nike Savvas makes final adjustments to her art piece consisting of over 50,000 polystyrene balls at the New South Wales Art Gallery in Sydney August 3, 2006. The sculpture titled "Atomix - Full of Love, Full of Wonder" , vibrates with wind from 10 fans and represents the different "shimmering" colours in a hot, outback landscape. It is part of a sculpture exhibition "Adventures with Form in Space" that will open to the public next week. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
PEOPLE
RTR1ERVE
June 22, 2006
Australian actor Nicole Kidman leaves her Sydney house in the front seat of a car June 23, 2006.
...
Sydney, Australia
Australian actor Kidman leaves her Sydney house
Australian actor Nicole Kidman leaves her Sydney house in the front seat of a car June 23, 2006.
REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA PACKER
RTR1B4KL
February 17, 2006
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (L) delivers a speech during the state memorial for Australian...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's PM Howard delivers speech during state memorial for Australian businessman Packer at Sydney...
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (L) delivers a speech during the state memorial for Australian businessman Kerry Packer at the Sydney Opera House February 17, 2006. Packer, who was Australia's richest man, died on December 26, 2005 and even in death, Packer continued to stir divisive emotions on Friday as mourners and protesters gathered for a state memorial service at the Sydney Opera House. Packer is pictured on the right. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
RTR946U
April 24, 2005
A former serviceman stands in front of the Martin Place cenotaph during an Anzac Day memorial service...
Sydney, Australia
A former serviceman stands in front of the Martin Place cenotaph during an Anzac Day memorial ...
A former serviceman stands in front of the Martin Place cenotaph during an Anzac Day memorial service at dawn in Sydney. A former serviceman stands in front of the Martin Place cenotaph during an Anzac Day memorial service at dawn in Sydney April 25, 2005. Thousands of Sydney residents, political and military dignitaries gathered at the central Sydney war memorial and at hundreds of other similar ceremonies around the country at 4:30am (1830 GMT) to commemorate the annual Australian and New Zealand national day of remembrance. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2005
AUSTRALIA ROYALS
RTR44YN
March 07, 2005
Denmark's Crown Princess Mary greets four-year-old Mia Formica while Prince Frederik (L) looks on as...
Sydney, Australia
Denmark's Crown Princess Mary greets a girl in the crowd on the steps of the Sydney Opera House.
Denmark's Crown Princess Mary greets four-year-old Mia Formica while Prince Frederik (L) looks on as they greet crowds on the steps of the Sydney Opera House March 7, 2005. The couple are in the middle of a two-week official visit to Australia, and will visit Canberra and then onto Tasmania later this week. REUTERS/David Gray Pictures of the Year 2005 DG/SA
AUSTRALIA
RTRJ9TB
December 31, 2004
Waves crash into a protective wall at Mona Vale beach in Sydney's northern suburbs as a bather swims...
Sydney, Australia
Waves crash into a protective wall at Mona Vale beach in Sydney's northern suburbs as a bather ...
Waves crash into a protective wall at Mona Vale beach in Sydney's northern suburbs as a bather swims in the calm water of a beach-side pool at sunrise. Waves crash into a protective wall at Mona Vale beach in Sydney's northern suburbs as a bather swims in the calm water of a beach-side pool at sunrise December 31, 2004. Pictures of the month December 2004 Pictures of the Year 2004. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SYDNEY
RTRDNIR
February 26, 2004
Young boys crouch behind a sea-pool wall as they play in the massive surf at Sydney's Narrabeen Beach...
Sydney, Australia
YOUNG BOYS PLAY IN HUGE SURF AT SYDNEY'S NARRABEEN BEACH.
Young boys crouch behind a sea-pool wall as they play in the massive surf at Sydney's Narrabeen Beach February 26, 2004. Huge swells, not seen in many months, hit Sydney's beaches overnight as a result of strong winds combining with a low-pressure cell off the east coast of Australia. REUTERS/David Gray PP04030068 Pictures of the Year 2004 DG
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQM68
November 22, 2003
England's Jonny Wilkinson kicks a drop goal to win the Rugby World Cup
final between Australia and England...
Sydney, Australia
ENGLAND'S JONNY WILKINSON KICKS DROP GOAL TO WIN THE RUGBY WORLD CUP
FINAL IN SYDNEY.
England's Jonny Wilkinson kicks a drop goal to win the Rugby World Cup
final between Australia and England at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney
November 22, 2003. England won in extra time 20-17. Pictures of the year 2003. REUTERS/David Gray
WB
AUSTRALIA
RTRMWME
May 03, 2003
A lone member of the Bondi Iceburg club swims laps in the sea-pool as large waves churn in the sea behind...
Sydney, Australia
MEMBER OF BONDI ICEBERG CLUB SWIMS IN POOL DURING COLD SYDNEY
DAY.
A lone member of the Bondi Iceburg club swims laps in the sea-pool as large waves churn in the sea behind on a cold autumn day in Sydney May 4, 2003. Temperatures dropped dramatically overnight with the arrival of a massive southerly change. Yesterday's temperature of 24 degrees and sunny conditions, was replaced today with a maximum of around 16 degrees and cold, gusty winds. Pictures of the Year 2003 REUTERS/David Gray DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA
RTRM9A4
April 22, 2003
Freestyle Motorcross rider Peter McCann peforms an aerial stunt during a
peformance at the Sydney Royal...
Sydney, Australia
MOTORCROSS RIDER PEFORMS AN AERIAL STUNT AT THE SYDNEY ROYAL
EASTER SHOW.
Freestyle Motorcross rider Peter McCann peforms an aerial stunt during a
peformance at the Sydney Royal Easter Show April 23, 2003. Two riders peform
their stunts whilst jumping over 20 metres into the air, launching and
landing on ramps built on top of trucks. The 14-day Easter show features
more than 2,500 entertainers with street performances, stage shows, dance,
live music and large-scale productions. Pictures of the Year 2003
REUTERS/David Gray DG/PB BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
AUSTRALIA
RTRLYLH
April 16, 2003
A crowd watches as a pig named 'Babe' dives into a pool of water during a
peformance at Sydney's Royal...
Sydney, Australia
CROWD WATCHES AS A PIG DIVES INTO A POOL AT SYDNEY'S ROYAL EASTER
SHOW.
A crowd watches as a pig named 'Babe' dives into a pool of water during a
peformance at Sydney's Royal Easter Show April 17, 2003. The animals,
appearing at the Easter Show for the first time, are Australia's only
professionally trained pigs and have been travelling around the country for
over ten years. The 14-day show features more than 2,500 entertainers with
street performances, stage shows, dance, live music and large-scale
productions. Pictures of the Year 2003 REUTERS/David Gray

DG/CP
YEAREND
RTR12IOH
March 03, 2003
YEAREND PICTURES 2000 - A surfer disappears as a wave crashes over the
wall of a breakwater where the...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
YEAREND PICTURES 2000 - A surfer disappears as a wave crashes over the
wall of a breakwater where the surfer was waiting to enter the ocean in
Sydney's northern suburbs June 2. A cold snap of weather brought on by
strong southerly winds brought early snow falls and giant swells to the
eastern states of Australia in one of the coldest starts to their
winter in many years. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/ Mark Baker

MDB/PB
SPORT CRICKET ENGLAND
RTR11MM5
January 23, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (R) jumps over the stumps after taking the wicket of
England's James Anderson...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES TAKING THE WICKET OF ENGLAND'S
ANDERSON IN SYDNEY.
Australia's Andy Bichel (R) jumps over the stumps after taking the wicket of
England's James Anderson (not shown) for a duck during the first one day
final in Sydney on January 23, 2003. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne Pictures of the
Year 2003

TBW/CP
YEAREND PICTURES
RTREWK0
December 05, 2002
A helicopter dumps chemical retardant on bushfires that swept through
the town of Glenorie north of...
Glenorie, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A helicopter dumps chemical retardant on bushfires that swept through
the town of Glenorie north of Sydney December 5, 2002 as bushfires
surround Australia's largest city and destroyed property. Thick black
smoke billowed over Sydney for a second day as dozens of fierce
bushfires roared through semi-rural suburbs of Australia's largest
city, destroying at least 20 homes, and leaving one man dead.
REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/PB
YEAREND PICTURES
RTREWJS
December 05, 2002
A resident of the semi-rural town of Glenorie, north of Sydney tries
using her garden hose in an attempt...
Glenorie, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A resident of the semi-rural town of Glenorie, north of Sydney tries
using her garden hose in an attempt to stop bushfires from damaging her
home as a firefighter photographer runs past the flames December 5,
2002. Thick black smoke billowed over Sydney for a second day as dozens
of fierce bushfires roared through semi-rural suburbs of Australia's
largest city, destroying at least 20 homes, and leaving one man dead.
REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/PB
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRCHOC
October 20, 2002
A farmer rides his horse as he herds his cattle towards stockyards near the
outback Queensland town...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A farmer rides his horse as he herds his cattle towards stockyards near the
outback Queensland town of Aramac, 1200 km (720 miles) west of Brisbane May
22, 2002. A dramatic rise in Australia's currency as its economy booms has
left commodity producers worried over potential losses of hundreds of
millions of dollars in export revenues. Cattle prices are at their lowest in
22 months, with the National Farmers Federation commodity price index for
May showing that a 4.6 percent rise in the Australian dollar reduced farm
prices by 4.9 percent. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/BM
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRZZFO
August 02, 2002
A streaker painted with an advertisment for international phone company
Vodafone interrupts the Tri-Nations...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A streaker painted with an advertisment for international phone company
Vodafone interrupts the Tri-Nations rugby union test between the New
Zealand All Blacks and the Australian Wallabies in Sydney August 3,
2002. Vodafone apologised August 5, 2002, for two streakers which it
unwittingly sanctioned to run into the middle of the rugby match
wearing nothing but the phone company's logo. Picture taken August 3,
2002. REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/JD
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRDHMJ
May 05, 2002
A model wears a design by New Zealand label 'World' designed by Denise
L'Estrange-Corbet and Francis...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A model wears a design by New Zealand label 'World' designed by Denise
L'Estrange-Corbet and Francis Hooper at Australian Fashion Week in
Sydney May 6, 2002. Fashion week, which runs from May 6-10, showcases
over 70 Australian and international designers. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/PB
YEAREND PICTURES
RTR154SH
April 28, 2002
Aboriginal peformer Les Saxby plays a traditional aboriginal musical
instrument known as a didgeridoo...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Aboriginal peformer Les Saxby plays a traditional aboriginal musical
instrument known as a didgeridoo on the shores of Sydney's Botany Bay
April 29, 2002 during the Meeting of Two Cultures ceremony. The annual
ceremony celebrates at the exact spot where 232 years ago the famous
British explorer James Cook landed upon Australia, and is attended by
local community groups as part of the ongoing reconciliation process
with the local indigenous cultures. REUTERS/David Gray REUTERS

DG/DL
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPQZB
July 15, 2001
Tourists climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge at sunset, with the sails of
the Sydney Opera House silhouetted...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
Tourists climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge at sunset, with the sails of
the Sydney Opera House silhouetted in the foreground, July 16, 2001.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
YEAREND
RTR12E5T
December 09, 2000
A protester lies buried in the sand surrounded by police at Bondi Beach May 8 as local residents demonstrate...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
A protester lies buried in the sand surrounded by police at Bondi Beach May 8 as local residents demonstrate against the construction of the beach volleyball stadium for this year's Olympics. Bondi residents were angry that access to Sydney's most famous beach would be restricted during the construction of the temporary 10,000 seat stadium which hosted the beach volleyball for the 2000 Olympics. PP05070290 MDB/PB
SPORT OLYMPICS GYMNASTIC
RTR12DMJ
December 08, 2000
The Russian Federation's Alina Kabaeva, who will take part in the gymnastic rhythmic women's individual...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
The Russian Federation's Alina Kabaeva, who will take part in the gymnastic rhythmic women's individual all around event, jumps during a gymnastic gala at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 26. The gala closed the competition of artistic gymnastic.

HRM/
YEAREND
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September 30, 2000
Fireworks light up Sydney's Harbour Bridge during the closing ceremony of the XXVII Olympiad in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Fireworks light up Sydney's Harbour Bridge during the closing ceremony of the XXVII Olympiad in Sydney October 1, 2000. IOC President Juan Antonio Samaranch earlier declared the Sydney Olympic games the best ever.

GW/JDP/FMS
YEAREND
RTR12E69
September 29, 2000
Maurice Greene from the USA carries his nation's flag following his team's victory in the men's 4X100m...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Maurice Greene from the USA carries his nation's flag following his team's victory in the men's 4X100m relay final at the Sydney Olympics September 30, 2000. The United States won the relay in 37.61 seconds ahead of second placed Brazil in 37.90 and third placed Cuba in 38.04. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

PB
YEAREND
RTR12DMA
September 29, 2000
Hu Jia of China performs in the men's 10 m platform final at the Olympic Games in Sydney September 30,...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Hu Jia of China performs in the men's 10 m platform final at the Olympic Games in Sydney September 30, 2000. Hu won the silver medal, behind gold medallist compatriot Tian Liang and ahead of bronze winner Dmitri Saotine of Russia.

YBEH/CLH/JDP
SPORT
RTR12E78
September 28, 2000
Australia's Luc Longley (R) eyes the ball through the basket beside French captain Jim Bilba during the...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Australia's Luc Longley (R) eyes the ball through the basket beside French captain Jim Bilba during the men's semifinal basketball match at the Olympic Games in Sydney September 29, 2000. The Games of the XXVII Olympiad continues to October 1. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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September 28, 2000
American rider Susan Blinks, on her horse "Flim Flam," goes through their dressage Grand Prix Special...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
American rider Susan Blinks, on her horse "Flim Flam," goes through their dressage Grand Prix Special 2nd Qualifier in the Sydney Equestrian Center's stadium, September 29, 2000.

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September 24, 2000
Kim In-Sub (Blue) of South Korea presses Yurity Melnichenko of Kazakhstan to the mat in their 58kg Greco-Roman...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Kim In-Sub (Blue) of South Korea presses Yurity Melnichenko of Kazakhstan to the mat in their 58kg Greco-Roman wrestling match, September 25, 2000 during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Kim In-Sub defeated Melnichenko.

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September 24, 2000
Australia's Cathy Freeman takes off her hat after winning the women's 400m final at the Sydney Olympic...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Australia's Cathy Freeman takes off her hat after winning the women's 400m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September 25, 2000. Freeman won the race with a time in 49.11 seconds ahead of second place Jamaica's Lorraine Graham's 49.58 seconds and Britain's Katherine Merry who finished third with a time of 49.72 seconds. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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September 22, 2000
US Marion Jones blows a kiss after winning the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
US Marion Jones blows a kiss after winning the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September 23, 2000. Jones won in a time of 10.75 seconds from Ekaterini Thanou of Greece in second and Tanya Lawrence of Jamaica in third.

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September 22, 2000
Marion Jones from the USA celebrates her win in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Marion Jones from the USA celebrates her win in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September 23, 2000. Jones won the race in 10.75 seconds, Greece's Ekaterina Thanou won the silver with a time of 11.12 seconds, and Jamaica's Tanya Lawrence won bronze in 11.18 seconds. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

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September 22, 2000
Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Redgrave claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996). REUTERS/Andy Clark

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September 20, 2000
Heidi Rakels (Blue) of Belgium is wrapped around Karin Kienhuis of the Netherlands during their women's...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Heidi Rakels (Blue) of Belgium is wrapped around Karin Kienhuis of the Netherlands during their women's judo under 78kg preliminaries, September 21, 2000. Rakels beat Kienhuis in the combat. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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September 19, 2000
Czech's Jiri Prskavec paddles during the men's K-1 slalom event at the Olympic Games in Sydney September...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Czech's Jiri Prskavec paddles during the men's K-1 slalom event at the Olympic Games in Sydney September 20, 2000. Prskavec finished 15th in the final.

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September 18, 2000
Oxana Ermakova (L) of the Russian Federation in close combat against Sophie Lamon (R) of Switzerland...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Oxana Ermakova (L) of the Russian Federation in close combat against Sophie Lamon (R) of Switzerland during the final of the women's team epee event at the Sydney Olympics, September 19, 2000. The Russian Federation competed against Switzerland for the gold and silver medals.

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September 17, 2000
Italy's Lucilla Perrotta gives partner Daniela Gattelli signals behind her
back during their match against...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Italy's Lucilla Perrotta gives partner Daniela Gattelli signals behind her
back during their match against Ishizaka/Seike of Japan at Bondi Beach
during the Sydney Olympic Games, September 18, 2000. Italy won the match
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September 17, 2000
Australia's Megan Warthold reacts after lifting 100kg at the Olympic games September 18, 2000. Warthold...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Australia's Megan Warthold reacts after lifting 100kg at the Olympic games September 18, 2000. Warthold was competing in the women's 58kg.

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