The gold carpet has been rolled up, the stars de-frocked, and the empty champagne bottles thrown out. But it was after the 70th annual Emmy awards that the real party began.
Earlier this month, American rapper Mac Miller died of a suspected drug overdose. The rate of opioid-induced deaths has almost doubled in ten years, with pharmaceutical opioids involved in three quarters of all drug deaths.
She won our hearts ten years ago when she took home her first Olympic gold medal, and now mother-of-two Libby Trickett is encouraging everyday Aussies to get up and move it. Find out more here.
There was plenty of drama on the Emmys gold carpet with the biggest names in show biz trading their on-screen ensembles for glamorous gowns. So who was hot, and who was not?
A rare roast of Prince William is making headlines this morning, with a comedian known for 'Little Britain' not holding back at an awards ceremony at Birmingham.
Fans are gearing up as the Tigers prepare to take on the Magpies in the AFL preliminary final this Friday night, and tickets for the match are being re-sold online for up to $10,000.
It's one of the biggest events in Hollywood, but there was drama at the Emmys before it even began, with an altercation between an on-screen star and a powerful TV producer.
When you think of your favourite from the stage of screen, there is a very good chance it was created with the help of legendary lyricist Sir Tim Rice. Get your tickets to Evita the Musical here.
Scores of nominators actors and actresses will have their humble faces on when they go after the Emmy that they miss out on, and sometimes it doesn't always go to plan.
There's hot debate whether an Aussie actress will hold an Emmy or her new-born child first. Yvonne Strahovski has bravely walked the red carpet while nine months pregnant, despite a high probability of going into labour.
She's the seven-time Logie winner who first came to fame in the '80s on A Country Practice before being cast as sister Terry Sullivan on All Saints. Georgie Parker recently revealed a health battle which saw her take nine weeks leave from the TV before returning to her roots in a powerful new
Having a few tipples after a long day in the office may seem all in good spirit, but new research shows that teenagers are more likely to mimic the behaviour of their parents when it comes to alcohol consumption. Find out more at DrinkWise here.