Hard border and quarantine delay Australian Chamber Orchestra’s WA return until May 2022
WA Opera’s Marriage of Figaro by Mozart at The Maj morphs into #MeToo
Eleven Picasso artworks have fetched more than $A134 million when they went under the hammer at the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas.
More than a dozen high country huts and other culturally-significant dwellings were destroyed or severely damaged by the 2020 Black Summer bushfires.
Alec Baldwin's killing of a cinematographer with a prop gun has renewed debate about whether such weapons should be banned on film and TV sets.
Actor Peter Scolari, best remembered for his TV roles in the sitcoms Bosom Buddies and Newhart, has died of cancer at 66.
In his starring role in The Guilty, Jake Gyllenhaal’s electrifying portrayal of the 911 dispatcher is reminiscent of deeply disturbed wannabe crime journalist Louis Bloom in 2014’s Nightcrawler.
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Dev Patel gives a bravura performance as Gawain, in director David Lowery’s mind-melting medieval epic, The Green Knight.
Jamie Lee Curtis has played Halloween’s Laurie Strode for more than 40 years. She shares why the horror franchise is better than ever.
‘Other people’s creative lives have always fascinated me,” writes Sydney author Charlotte Wood in the preface to her latest book.
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Media outlets defending a defamation claim from actor Craig McLachlan can call evidence about his behaviour towards a Neighbours castmate, a judge has ruled.
The Queensland government is drafting media shield laws, but they won't enable journalists to withhold sources from the state's corruption watchdog.
What would you buy with $10,000 to spend at the new Karrinyup? Here’s how you can win yourself just that.
Duran Duran is back with a new album — the band’s 15th studio release — and some unlikely collaborations.
Hollywood star Alec Baldwin has shot and killed a cinematographer on the set of the upcoming Western movie Rust, authorities say.
WA Ballet artistic director Aurelien Scannella could think of no more fitting occasion than the ballet company’s 70th anniversary season to present its most ambitious work yet.
Dolphin won the Peel Region Award for his artwork Under the Sheoak painted at the festival held on the long weekend of September 25 to 27.
Several venues across Denmark will be enlivened by dance, music, visual arts, theatre and film as the festival takes place from today until October 31.
The film will be set in Albany and include many of the raw landscapes the Great Southern has to offer.
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