It may be his elder daughter's fame that catapulted Antony Kidman's death onto the world stage last week, but his final farewell celebrated the renowned clinical psychologist's deep love for his large family, his social conscience, his contributions as a Member of the Order of Australia and his ''helpless, infectious laughter''.
This is written, logically enough, in a similarly edgy, off-beat but not off-key manner to Out of the Line of Fire.
Tobias Hill's new work prompts again the question of whether good poets can write good novels.
Economics is everywhere, and it's fun, according to MP Andrew Leigh, writes Stephen Saunders.
Elaine Lee, the 1970s-era sex symbol and star of the iconic soap Number 96, has died, aged 75.
There must be something in the coconut water as there appears to be a baby boom happening in fashion land.
What happens when you combine the creativity of Survivor's Mark Burnett and American Idol's Mike Darnell for a 'huge game show event'?
Welcome back victims, er, sorry, readers. We're down to five women, whom 31-year-old bachelor Blake Garvey will pick from. Who will it be? Sporty, Baby, Scary, Ginger or Posh?