Sunday Night returns April 27, but we have compiled some of our top-rating stories so far this year to catch-up on over the long weekend.
Hugh Laurie has gone from being the most watched man on TV to filling concert halls with Blues fans, and all by the age of 54.
Ten Aussie singers have united to transform Chrissy Amphlett’s "I Touch Myself" into a breast health awareness anthem.
More faces of The Lost Diggers photographs, uncovered by Sunday Night, are being identified as the collection begins its tour of Australia.
A Kentucky "snake preacher" who appeared on Sunday Night in July last year has died of a snakebite after refusing medical treatment.
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NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell has resigned: ``I accept the consequences of my actions .. I will be resigning my position."
Huge crowds have gathered in the US today to mark one year since the Boston Marathon bombing. http://t.co/ABuzB7z0My
Chrissy Amphlett’s dream for "I Touch Myself" to be breast cancer awareness anthem comes true http://t.co/F65S1Lda3G #itouchmyselfproject
How to save your liver. Thousands of Aussies are destroying their livers every year. Reverse the damage before it's too late with these easy tips.Watch the story »
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