Published: Wed, October 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Protesters, Everest light up Opera House

Protesters, Everest light up Opera House

"It will be kept secure until it is released to the public on the Opera House tonight".

The apology comes as the Change-org petition pushing support for Herron and for the Opera House to remain "billboard free" now has more than 235,000 signatures and was delivered to NSW state parliament this morning.

"I used some words in these programs about the Everest, and the Opera House, and Louise, which in hindsight I now most regret hearing, having heard the impact they've clearly had on some people", said Jones.

Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres called on Sydney to end the bitter division over the Opera House's use.

Protesters yelled "Shame" and used lights to attempt to obscure the projected images.

MORE than 3000 people descended on the Sydney Opera House overnight to protest the Racing NSW projections on the iconic building.

"The specific exemption for the Opera House says you can't do it if it's commercial", Mr Quint said.

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The second running of The Everest, the world's richest horse race on turf, will take place at Royal Randwick Racecourse on Saturday.

Stewards held the barrier draw this morning behind closed doors, with betting on the event suspended until the results are revealed.

The weather gods appear to be smiling on Mick Bell's on-pacer Jungle Edge, who is renowned for his ability on rain-affected ground - and he remains a slim hope of being an 11th-hour entrant for the big one, should one of the 12 secured horses in slots be found to be unable to take their place in the coming days.

Racing NSW chief executive Peter V'landys claimed he and other staff members had received death threats.

The government's decision came after a top radio "shock jock", Alan Jones, urged the Opera House's boss to resign or be sacked for objecting to the promotion.

Meantime, Jones still got his way, the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is still Jones' puppet and Louise Herron is now a role-model to all Australians for standing up to this politically motivated fuckwits.

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