Jets are still screaming AUSTRALIAN rock band The Screaming Jets will perform at Penrith Panthers on Friday as part of their "Atomic 47" 25th anniversary tour.
SHE had only a few credits to her name when Hollywood snapped her up.
The axe is coming to the national broadcaster this week, with a 5 per cent or more cut meaning the death of state-based current affairs and foreign news offices closed.
The Sydney Writers' Festival is taking a busload of children's authors on the road to schools and libraries in disadvantaged and multicultural western Sydney.
The Babadook pop-up book comes to life; MIFF premiere fund rides again; Love Is Now hopes time is right.
All the frocks and shocks of the red carpet at the 2014 ARIA Awards.
Sue Spencer – who started her television career as a researcher with the show in 1985 – leaves behind one of the most coveted jobs in TV current affairs.
This often brilliant series ends its second season on a slightly less lustrous note.