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The AACTA Awards scores Hyundai as an automative partner. It is a useful deal.
Ten's Bachelor offers a final climactic moment of cheesy prurience and plays merry hell with everyone else's rankings. Heh.
A local heavyweight will be honoured with a lifetime achievement award at the upcoming Australian Dance Awards (ADAs).
Let's face it - our television is defined by shiny floor shows and paranoia. But an American cop show made all the difference for Seven.
You can't tell a breakout film from the trailer, can you? Yes you can.
Seven is back in what it sees as the natural order - on top, an audience helpless before glitz, celebs and flashing thighs
Expect epic tales of sex, lust, revenge and murder feature in the State Opera of South Australia’s 2015 season.
Two $15,000 prizes have been presented to winners in two categories, Glass and Printmaking.
Magistrate finds that artist’s collage does not constitute the production and possession of child pornography.
Chief Executive and Director Greg Clarke will move back to Sydney following his fifth and final Fringe.
The Queensland Government has partnered with a family trust to invest in a $1 million fund to improve arts businesses.
The Australian Ballet joins companies in Russia, Canada, the UK and the USA in an unprecedented celebration of their art form.
The opportunity to remount his critically acclaimed one-man show is not the main reason Scottee has returned Down Under.
A $60,000 investment will support an emerging web industry in digital content creation.
From online dating sites to the challenges of archiving, new media is delivering changes for creation, curator and consumption.
A new board member set to bring promising new insights into the future of Melbourne's arts industry.
Companies from Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide have been awarded $10,000 each in the Fund’s inaugural grants round.
Celebrities star in a regional exhibition of Australia's most prestigious art prize, the Archibald.
Nine leads the list of shows, but Seven takes the night. Hooray for Home and Away.. or curses, depending on your employer.
The new $10,000 prize for an unpublished manuscript will be presented to an emerging Tasmanian novelist.
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