The Wheatbelt South has celebrated the district’s biggest night of the year with about 1000 people gathering in Highbury for the Perth Symphony Orchestra Narrogin Hay Bales Concert.
A controversial OnlyFans and Married At First Sight star charged after police allegedly found $90,000 of meth from his home has had a small win in court.
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Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl has emerged from a luxury Perth hotel in high spirits ahead of the legendary band’s long-awaited concert tomorrow night.
Actor Robert De Niro has shown his ire at the removal of political remarks from his speech at the Gotham Awards, while Past Lives won the top honour.
JAKE COYLE (AP Film Writer)
Listeners were left astonished and confused when a conversation about Covid “escalated quickly” into a bizarre rant, after which Sandilands stormed off while on-air.
He shot at the passengers of two cars who pulled over to help before stealing a car and terrorising a second town.
The Late Show host Stephen Colbert is recovering after surgery for a burst appendix, wiping out planned shows for at least the rest of the week.
Sydney arts institution Carriageworks has cut two jobs from its visual arts program as it reviews its finances.
Bachelor host Osher Gunsberg has taken aim at Peter Dutton during a tense exchange on live TV.
Lead singer Dave Grohl and the rest of The Foo Fighters have officially touched down in Perth ahead of their long-awaited gig
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The Burrup Peninsula has had its World Heritage nomination amended after the government's 'incomplete' application delayed UNESCO's consideration by 12 months.
Irish writer Paul Lynch has won the Booker Prize for fiction with his dystopian novel Prophet Song.
JILL LAWLESS (Associated Press)
Kids from Brisbane all the way to Baltimore are crying out for Bluey-themed toys, video games and even toothbrushes. But we won’t see a cent of that profit in Australia, thanks to the ABC.
Squid Game, The Challenge, Faraway Downs, Fargo, Bodies and Hannah Waddingham’s festive extravaganza — which shows pass and which shows fail? We’re casting judgment
Marty Krofft, the creator of the popular children's television character HR Pufnstuf has died of kidney failure
Nashville actress and country singer Clare Bowen is excited to come back home to Australia on tour - as much for the meat pies as the music.
Artist Nadine Christensen looks back on 25 years of painting with a rare career survey show.
This week our Screen Queen is taking a deep dive into a fabulous locally produced series, based on Charles Dickens’ popular character and starring Love Actually’s Thomas Brodie-Sangster in the title role
Ever wonder what happened to Oliver Twist’s most compelling character after he was transported to Australia? Disney’s TV series imagines what’s next.
The adaptation of a viral short story published in The New Yorker raises questions about dating and consent and contains one of the most “excruciatingly uncomfortable” sex scenes ever committed to film.
More than 500 people filled Johnny Ruffo’s old school hall for a celebration of his life that produced as many laughs as tears for the much-loved actor-singer who succumbed to brain cancer two weeks ago.
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