The shocking on-air death of TV presenter Christine Chubbuck in 1974 had all but faded from memory, but two very different films have put it back on screen.
Bruce Haigh This is a book we have been waiting to see in Australia for some time.
Michael Idato Welcome to the strange new television economy, where costs are simultaneously slashed and soaring.
Jake Wilson 'My dad actually said that Hitler saved his life,' says filmmaker Philippe Mora.
Jane Freebury Two decades since its release, Oscar-winner Shine is still a watershed moment in Australian cinema.
Karl Quinn The TV ratings are about to get a big overhaul, in a bid to keep pace with the way our viewing habits have changed.
Ron Cerabona Stand by for the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on July 31.
Linda Morris The acclaimed writer of The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August has a new book out about a forgettable thief. Literally.
Michael Idato This episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letters S-A-C-K-E-D.
Bernice Barry lives on Western Australia's southwest coast near the place where the pioneering botanist Georgiana Molloy arrived in 1830. She researched the lives of Georgiana and John Molloy for more than a decade, travelling in Australia and Europe to access original sources and historical sites for her biography
Joel Sheiles, now 41, was last seen in Busby in 2014.
A planned funding cut to community legal centres will have a ripple effect on the community.
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“The difference that the Millers Point property program is making is simple – more and better social housing ...
Last week's Alcohol and Drug Foundation-led forum changed negative perceptions and encouraged people to “see the person, not ...