August 28, 2018

ABC breakfast continues to slide in latest radio ratings survey

Sami Shah and Jacinta Parsons are now less than one point away from being tied with NOVA and Smooth FM breakfast.
August 28, 2018

Flashback 1987: Artists and friends discuss Mirka Mora

Mirka Mora, one of Melbourne's most celebrated artists, died on Monday aged 90. We remember Mora with this 1987 article from the archives.
August 28, 2018

King Kyle’s radio crown toppled by Jonesy and Amanda

The WSFM duo have unseated King Kyle and Jackie O for the first time in years.
August 27, 2018

Where’s Wooley? Here he is, telling the internet to get off his lawn

I’d completely forgotten about his creepy-uncle 60 Minutes interview with the Kiwi PM until he reminded us all about it by shouting at clouds.
August 27, 2018

Asia Argento axed from X Factor

Asia Argento has been axed from X Factor Italy amid a scandal over allegations that she sexually abused a former child actor.
August 27, 2018

Former Spice Girl Mel B to enter rehab for PTSD

The singer said she'd been using alcohol and sex "to numb my pain".
August 27, 2018

Q&A recap: Pauline Hanson says she had no idea what ‘final solution’ meant

A controversial all-Queensland, all-white episode of Q&A descended into a shouting match on Monday night.
August 27, 2018

Why Crazy Rich Asians doesn’t represent me

Hollywood's all-Asian blockbuster is like any other Prince-Charming fairy tale, but with overbearing mothers who make dumplings and play mahjong.
August 27, 2018

OJ Simpson prank wraps up the most uncomfortable show of the year

For seven episodes, Who Is America? has been confronting, messy, squirm-inducing viewing.
August 27, 2018

Stan continues airing Wolf Creek after sexual assault charge

Australian actor John Jarratt has been charged with a historical rape. 
August 27, 2018

Charles Wooley roasted over 60 Minutes ‘outrage’ segment

If revenge is a dish best served cold, 60 Minutes presenter Charles Wooley had a frozen pizza for his online detractors.
August 27, 2018

Michelle de Kretser wins her second Miles Franklin award

Life comes very good again as Michelle de Kretser wins her second Miles Franklin award with her latest novel, The Life to Come