Frontman Oleh Psiuk has been welcomed at the Polish-Ukraine border after his Kalush Orchestra group won the Eurovision Song Contest.
Rust movie producer Anjul Nigam has reportedly said the film will be completed despite the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
WA Symphony Orchestra Chorus premiere an organ-and-choir setting of Cherubini’s Requiem, directed by Andrew Foote at St Mary’s Cathedral.
Actor Craig McLachlan sent videos of himself pretending to masturbate to the woman he is suing for defamation, a court has been told.
Australian music star Guy Sebastian has returned to court as his former manager’s embezzlement trial resumes in Sydney.
We find out if Steven Moffat’s adaptation of the classic novel measures up, plus dip into a host of other great stuff coming to TV this week.
With days to go before the federal election, breakfast television hosts have hit out at the Prime Minister and other senior politicians.
The American remake of Aussie series Love on the Spectrum lands on Netflix this week and it’s an utter delight. Here’s why you need to watch.
Maverick hits like the sonic boom of an F-14A Tomcat, but at times makes as much sense as playing beach volleyball in jeans, which were both things Cruise’s character had a penchant for in the 1986 original.
Our resident Screen Queen, Clare Rigden, weighs in on the best TV out this week, including Conversations With Friends, The Time Traveler’s Wife, Love on the Spectrum and Night Sky.
Singer Britney Spears has revealed on Instagram the loss of her "miracle baby early in the pregnancy".
The history and culture of main streets around the country is being celebrated this week as part of a new national campaign.
Wahlberg playing a boer is about as far removed from the idea of ‘against type’.
‘Fans both old and new will find plenty to keep them guessing’.
‘Think Desperate Housewives crossed with Risky Business, with a pinch of The Fully Monty thrown in for good measure’.
‘meddling with the multiverse comes back to haunt Strange’
Arguably the biggest rapper in the world is returning to Perth for The Big Steppers Tour at RAC Arena.
Margaret River Brewhouse calls for entries for coveted brewing tournament.
From South Africa to Scone, artists are contributing colourful patches to help Australian artist Janno McLaughlin make a quilt for the people of Ukraine.
Your week in TV: we take a first peek at Conversations With Friends, dive into the US remake of Love on the Spectrum US, get intrigued by Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons in Night Sky and more.
Saxophonist Gemma Farrell is fighting the good fight against gender inequality in the Australian jazz musician scene, her latest punch delivered through her Quintet’s second album The View From The Top.
Perth audiences will have the chance to experience the award-winning Rhys Nicholson in red-hot form during Perth Comedy Festival with a performance of Rhys! Rhys! Rhys! at Astor Theatre.
When Bush Legends went looking for WA’s best regional town entry statement it was impossible to go past the ugliest scarecrow in the State - and the story behind her making is one for the sisterhood.
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