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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 23 February 2020

This week's subject is Australian street names.

1 What shape are the streets named Bent Street in Carlton, Chester Hill, Chipping Norton, Concord, Paddington, Ruse and Wallsend?

2 What two places in Narellan Vale are named after the Wright brothers, the inventors of the first successful plane? (The answer couldn't be easier.)

3 Is Bells Line of Road the most unusual street name in the Kurrajong area?

4 All of the 39 streets in Longreach, Queensland, are named after what? (a) asteroids (b) birds (c) comets

5 The main streets off Scott Street, Newcastle, are Watt, Stevenson, Newcomen, Woolf, Perkins and Bolton. What do their names have in common?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 16 February 2020

This week's subject is buildings.

1 How long did it take the Chinese government to build a 1000-bed hospital in Wuhan which became the base for coronavirus patients? (a) 10 days (b) just over 10 weeks (c) 10 months (d) 10 years

2 How many workers were involved? (a) only 7, that's why it took so long (b) 70 (c) 700 (d) 7000

3 Of what does the Pentagon in Washington have five? (a) sides (b) storeys (c) acres in the middle

4 What was the official name of the seniors' centre in Sydney's Lane Cove from 1962 to 2013? (a) The Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Centenary Centre (b) The Seniors' Centre

5 In what country is the world's largest pyramid?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 9 February 2020

This week's subject is palindromes.

1 Palindromes are usually words or sentences that read the same backwards, but they can also be of numbers. What date this month is a palindrome of numbers?

2 What is Qaanaaq? (a) a rare, almost extinct, fruit (b) a town in Greenland (c) an absurd collection of letters intended to be an example of a palindrome but with no meaning whatsoever

3 The world's first palindrome was when Adam introduced himself to Eve. What did he say?

4 The short name of what avenue in the Sydney suburb Green Valley is a palindrome?

5 Is it possible to include Alan Waddell's name in a palindrome about his being the first walker at dawn but with no-one interested?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 2 February 2020

This week's subject is tennis.

1 World number two, Novak Djokovic, sings his Serbian national anthem enthusiastically, but when the Spanish national anthem is played for world number one, Rafael Nadal, Nadal keeps his mouth shut the whole time. Why?

2 In the final of the first ATP Cup on 12 January 2020, the first two matches only went to two sets, and each match included a short set (of 6-2 and 6-1). So when did the deciding third match START? (a) at 7.50pm (b) at 8.50pm (c) at 10 minutes to midnight

3 Gauff beat defending champion Osaka in this month's Australian Open. What is Gauff's first name?

4 How old is she? (a) 15 (b) 25 (c) 35

5 What did Margaret Court and Ken Rosewall have in common? (a) they were born in the same month (b) they were born left-handed (c) they were born at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 26 January 2020

This week's subject is the Australian tennis championships.

1 How long is it since an Australian won the Australian ladies' singles? (a) 4 years (b) 14 years (c) over 40 years

2 How long is it since an Australian won the Australian men's singles? (a) 4 years (b) 14 years (c) over 40 years

3 Australia's Pat Cash complained heatedly to the umpire about the ringing of a mobile phone annoying him during his match in the 1998 Australian championships. Whose phone was it?

4 How many times did Margaret Court win the Australian ladies' singles? (a) 7 (b) 11

5 For how many years was Geoff Pollard president of Tennis Australia? (a) 2 (b) 11 (c) 21

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 19 January 2020

This week's subject is Sydney suburbs.

1 How can you have an address with 'Hall' in four of the five words?

2 How many houses are there in Sydney's smallest suburb, McCarrs Creek? (a) 6 (b) 66 (c) 666

3 How many of the streets (excluding two main roads) in Wetherill Park's residential area (the non-industrial area south of The Horsley Drive) are named after authors? (a) none (b) 12 (c) 76 (d) forget 76 - don't be absurd

4 There are 29 Sydney suburbs with a First Avenue. How many have a First Road? (a) none (b) one (c) also 29

5 What does the 'urbs' in 'suburbs' mean?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 12 January 2020

This week's subject is fires.

1 Who or what started the fire that destroyed up to 16 houses or other buildings in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, on 16 December 2019? (a) lightning (b) the Rural Fire Service (c) an arsonist who joined the fire service as a volunteer to cover his offences

2 About how many people were reported to be trapped by fire on a beach in Mallacoota, Victoria, at the beginning of 2020? (a) 40 (b) 400 (c) 4000

3 What did former NSW Rural Fire Commissioner Phil Koperberg do when he looked at you or into the TV camera?
(a) scratched his left ear (b) looked above his lowered glasses (c) caused papers he carried to shake because of his unsteady hand

4 How many times has fire damaged or destroyed properties of Eddie Obeid's family? (a) none (b) 3 (c) 6

5 What caused the deaths of over 200 people in the Victorian bushfires of 2009, according to Pastor Danny Nalliah of the Catch The Fire Ministries church? (a) failure to backburn (b) arsonists (c) abortion

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 5 January 2020

This week's subject is nonsense.

1 What's green and smells like blue paint?

2 How much is 5Q plus 5Q?

3 Where do you get a zebra suntan?

4 What isn't an abbreviation?

5 What do you call someone with no body and just a nose?

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