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A recent glowing review from a Melbourne newspaper about his new stand-up show labelled Joel Creasey a “Perthonality” and the 25-year-old comedian could not be happier.
American reno show Fixer Upper is a runaway favourite
When it comes to staying on top of her busy schedule, former Miss Universe Australia Rachael Finch believes that having support at home is key.
English gothic rock legends the Cure will visit Perth for the first time in nearly a decade.
The rumours that Prince died from AIDS have been met with shock, disbelief and anger by fans.
Competition is fierce in the eighth season, a proud Matt Preston says.
They are $250,000 richer and have a sauce line in the works thanks to their win on My Kitchen Rules.
Britney Spears abused drugs in 2007 and 2008 and slept in a carpark the night she lost custody of her children, according to new court documents.
In the heat of Tasia and Gracia Seger claiming the My Kitchen Rules title while almost two million viewers watched, another couple won a reality show on Tuesday night with next to no fanfare.
Louis Tomlinson has shared his first selfie with girlfriend Danielle Campbell.
Rose and Rob are adamant they did not engage in a “zone war” on day one of the first House Rules renovation.
Scottish singer Susan Boyle is “recovering” after she was removed from a London airport over concerns for her welfare.
Of Monsters and Men plan to mess with punters’ minds at the WA leg of Groovin the Moo next week.
Back when she played the folk circuit under her real name, Olivia Bartley got plenty of advice.
How do you make a never-ending album? Nonagon Infinity, the eighth record from Melbourne psych lords King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, tackles the idea head on, claiming to be the world’s first …
Beyonce enters the pantheon of the pop music soap opera on surprise album.
Mother’s Day as cherishable as bunch of plastic flowers.
A small story about emotional isolationand the sweet pleasures to be found in both nature and community.
There will be some shock omissions from this year’s Eurovision song contest final, with 36 countries competing for just 20 vacancies when the competition gets underway in Stockholm next month.