August 30, 2019

Hackers have been ‘monitoring iPhones for years,’ says Google

Hackers have been using malicious software to harvest photos and contacts from iPhones for years, researchers at Google have claimed, potentially affecting millions of people.
August 30, 2019

Coles withdraws ads from 2GB after Alan Jones’ controversial comments

Coles has joined the advertising boycott against Alan Jones' radio program on 2GB following the host's comments about the New Zealand Prime Minister.
August 30, 2019

Shoe Zone boss walks as firm warns of weak results

Shoe Zone chief Nick Davis has quit as the budget footwear retailer warned of weak results in the face of "tough" high street trading conditions.
August 30, 2019

Spring to it: Our critics pick the best events of the season

As the weather heats up, there are plenty of cool shows, exhibitions and films to look out for.
August 30, 2019

Your spring gardening calendar

Get the diary out, spring is going to be busy.
August 30, 2019

‘This is my last book’: Andrew McGahan’s final gift to his readers

When the author was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer he had only just finished the first draft his final novel.
August 30, 2019

Lunch with: Author Kate Forsyth on her feminist fairytales

The internationally acclaimed Sydney author of 44 books is best known for her re-imaginings of fairy stories from a feminist perspective.
August 30, 2019

Music reviews: Redd Kross, Lucie Thorne, Whitney, G Flip and more

Lucie Thorne's Kitty & Frank, Oblivion Tango Duo's Nocturne, G Flip's About Us, Summer Flake's Seasons Change, Whitney's Forever Turned Around, Redd Kross's Beyond the Door.
August 30, 2019

A gripping story of surrogacy, sisters and power dynamics

Surrogacy and the complicated moral and ethical questions around commercial reproduction is a minefield that Angela Savage negotiates in her latest novel.
August 30, 2019

Book review: on life as a young, gay Australian

Two new literary collections include writing about - and writing specifically for - gay youth in Australia. But these are also great stories for any reader.
August 30, 2019

‘I want to provide a counterbalance’: Bat for Lashes on finding beauty

Natasha Khan has long taken refuge in worlds she couldn’t see.
August 30, 2019

‘All bloody balustrades and arches’: how immigration changed our suburbs

Two new books celebrate a time when Melbourne went slightly baroque.