March 18, 2019

Car and holiday sales held back by Brexit uncertainty – report

Consumers are holding back on big-ticket purchases such as cars and holidays amid Brexit uncertainty, according to a monthly survey.
March 18, 2019

J.K. Rowling says Dumbledore and Grindelwald had ‘passionate’ sexual relationship

The two characters had a relationship with "a sexual dimension", says Rowling - but fans aren't happy with the revelation.
March 18, 2019

Every song on Myspace uploaded between 2003-15 lost

Myspace has confirmed losing all of the 50 million plus songs which had been uploaded to it between 2003-2015.
March 18, 2019

Arrested Development finishes with a whimper, not a bang

One of the 2000s' most groundbreaking television comedies has died the slowest of on-screen deaths. 
March 18, 2019

JD Sports snaps up struggling rival Footasylum for £90m

JD Sports has agreed to buy Footasylum in a £90m deal after its smaller rival was battered by the tough conditions on the high street.
March 18, 2019

Looking for success as a stand-up? Maybe decide it’s time to sit down

Many of this year's Melbourne Comedy Festival veterans snatched success from the jaws of retirement.
March 18, 2019

Children must be protected from ‘online Wild West’ – MPs

Addiction to social media should potentially be classed as a disease, according to a group of MPs.
March 18, 2019

A showman and a scholar who lived his passion

From his appointment as Art Gallery of NSW director in 1978, Edmund Capon strode like a giant across Sydney cultural and social landscapes.
March 18, 2019

Meghan Markle’s designer shoe collection is huge and worth thousands: Duchess has 37 pairs

MEGHAN MARKLE, 37, is the Duchess of Sussex and wife of Prince Harry, 34. The pregnant royal is also some what of a a style icon. Now the cost of her extensive shoe collection can be revealed.
March 18, 2019

Pauline Hanson denies One Nation ‘complicit’ in Christchurch massacre

Sunrise's David Koch put it to the One Nation leader that her party's "anti-Muslim rhetoric" drives extremist attacks like the Christchurch massacre.
March 18, 2019

From the melodic to the maladjusted, underground legends still shred eardrums

When The Jesus and Mary Chain played Perth in May 1995 I was there in the front row. Almost a quarter of a century later their classic songs still hit you like a controlled explosion.
March 18, 2019

Beauty and tragedy in Davis’ final opening gala

Sir Andrew Davis' final year as MSO chief conductor kicked off with a curious selection of works.