Prime Minister Julia Gillard may be embroiled in a political thriller that would tax the creative juices of the most imaginative writer of genre fiction, but she hasn't taken her mind off the fortunes of Australia's literary culture.
It's as filthy as any of the Judd Apatow films he's been in, but Seth Rogen hopes his apocalypse comedy This Is The End could be his salvation.
There were all the things we've come to expect from The Voice in the series two finale. There were pyrotechnics, and there was glitter. There was song, dance, hyperbole, tears and celebrity guests. But finally, tonight, there was also a winner.
Radio presenter Dee Dee Dunleavy has triggered a wave of outrage on social media by penning a blog post implying Australian women should boycott British celebrity Nigella Lawson's books until she “makes a stand on domestic violence".
Socceroos game proves a hit for SBS as Twitter users accuse the broadcaster of spoiling the result.
When Laura was two, the twins decided to kill her. They were eight when she was born. Twenty-three monthslater, their mother died. Their father's aunt Hester, spry and recently back in Sydney after half a lifetime in London, came to look after the children until a suitable arrangement could be made. She stayed until Laura left school.
The Sydney Morning Herald's literary editor explains why she agrees with the judges of the nation's most prestigious fiction award.
The penultimate episode of season six was a tensely gripping mix of black humour and dangerous expectation.
A novel about repatriation and dispossession, set in Australia and Sri Lanka, has been named the winner of Australia’s most prestigious literary prize.
Anger Management's Selma Blair has been fired from the show after its lead actor and producer Charlie Sheen threatened to walk out today, unless she was forced to go.