The comedian, actor and judge of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under talks to ABC Arts about controversies from season one, starring in a new Netflix show, and his “bonanza year”.
Oscar-nominated actor Margot Robbie, pop star Delta Goodrem and many more former Neighbours stars have been confirmed to return for the final episode of the long-running Australian soap.
The rise of fast fashion has disrupted the traditional life cycle of clothing with fewer garments designed with the thought of second or third owners in mind, but the sustainable fashion movement is trying to change that.
Melbourne author Jennifer Down has won the Miles Franklin Literary Award, one of the most prestigious prizes in Australian literature, for her third book, Bodies of Light.
Official Competition pits an elitist thespian against a playboy movie star as they work together on a Spanish melodrama directed by an eccentric auteur.
The Dropbears are celebrating taking the bronze medal in Dublin after defeating Norway in the third-place match at the European Games.Posted
Duration: 1 minute 35 seconds
Social media giant Tik Tok is continuing to attract younger users, posing a threat to Facebook and Instagram's parent company, Meta.Posted
Duration: 4 minutes 46 seconds
The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever participants recreate the music video for musician Kate Bush's 1978 song "Wuthering Heights".Posted
Duration: 49 seconds
On a large stage dotted with rods in the ground floor of the Art Gallery of WA (AGWA), Bangkok-based artist Kawita Vatanajyankur wraps herself in red yarn and use her body to "knit" the yarn around the rods in a live performance titled Mental Machine: Labour in the Self Economy.Posted
Duration: 25 seconds
MORNING BRIEFING: Travellers have once again been severely impacted by heavy fog and technical problems, causing flight delays at Sydney Airport and a road weather warning.Posted Updated
Music is blaring and the gates are open as Byron Bay's Splendour in the Grass festival is belatedly underway after wild weather forced cancellation of the main acts on day one.Posted
Duration: 3 minutes 34 seconds
What do a heatwave, whale and a surprise elopement have in common? They're all in this week's news quiz.Posted
Eau D'ometer is the scent of Melbourne traffique.Posted
Duration: 59 seconds
A clip of the 1986 Crocodile Dundee film trailer from a feature on Australian Story.Posted
Duration: 47 seconds
Quidditch, the game inspired by the Harry Potter franchise, will now be known as Quadball. There's a couple of reasons for the change — here's what we know about it.Posted Updated
Melbourne author Jennifer Down has won the Miles Franklin Literary Award, one of the most prestigious prizes in Australian literature, for her third book, Bodies of Light.Posted
Duration: 2 minutes 1 second
A group of Indigenous Australians are in the US this week for the repatriation of ancestral remains taken away years ago and stored by the Smithsonian in Washington DC.Posted
Duration: 2 minutes 18 seconds
Chinese and Western brands have been criticised for ignoring China's beauty standards and accused of depicting women as "ugly".Posted
Duration: 6 minutes 2 seconds
Dude obsessed with typewriters shows us his collection, which is on display at Muswellbrook library.Posted
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