The life of Indigenous Territory film icon David Gulpilil has been made into a documentary, with the premiere screening at the Darwin International Film Festival.
US actress Tawny Kitaen, who shot to fame as an icon of 80s music after appearing on album covers and in music videos, has died aged 59 in California.
Lloyd Price, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, among the last survivors of a post-World War II early rock scene in the US has died aged 88.
These are the 35 songs that changed Australian music, and have been sung by millions over and over. But who’s your favourite?
Don’t be surprised if Netflix starts scouting for Byron Baes spin-off series around the country, and WA’s ‘Down South’ could fit the bill — with less whine and more wine. SEE OUR CAST PICKS.
The British journalist who famously asked Meghan Markle if she was OK has revealed just how bad the feud is between Prince Harry and Prince William.
Set times for Darwin’s premier music festival BASSINTHEGRASS have been revealed, with big acts performing throughout the day.
Non-fungible tokens are making headlines worldwide, but what is this e-commerce innovation, how does it work, and what comes next?
Mitch Tambo has joined creative forces with his mum to encourage respect for women and curb domestic violence.
Local singer/songwriter Max Fredericks is launching his debut album in Darwin next week, paving a way for Darwin musos to hit the big time.
June Again truly is a film that’ll make you laugh AND cry, although the ratio will vary wildly from one person to the next, writes Ben O’Shea.
Vividly rendered historical fiction, an intriguing literary mystery and a number of tangled romances come together in the emotionally engaging debut novel by this Perth-raised, London-based author.
The recently released memoir, Two Cultures, One Story, by respected Bibilmum Noongar elder Dr Robert Isaacs, brings into sharp focus the terrible legacy of the Stolen Generation.
Bjorn Ulvaeus has reassured fans new ABBA songs are coming, as he revealed the chances of their tour coming to Australia.
Will Smith made headlines this week. Not for a new film, but for sharing photos of his so-called ‘dad bod’ on social media. Is it body shaming, gender equality or just clever marketing?
Performers part of a Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival act which allegedly offended a number of audience members have moved to reassure the public it was not a ‘blackface’ act.
A former reality TV star caught with more than 4000 “vile” child abuse images and videos — some of which showed babies being raped — has been sentenced to jail. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
Chris Cornell's family have reached a settlement with a Beverly Hills doctor they accused of over-prescribing drugs to the late Soundgarden frontman.
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British band Coldplay have chosen an out-of-this-world way to mark the release of their latest single - by beaming up into space.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have released a new photo of Archie on his second birthday but tributes from other members of the royal family raised eyebrows.
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In an evening filled with the painful viewing, Mac’s drunken debauchery is rivalled by Leah who is fast becoming the most annoying character on her show along with her useless boyfriend.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney can now add a personalised set of stamps to his long list of accolades.
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