Channel Seven's upcoming reality series Yummy Mummies is facing heavy criticism before it's even gone to air.
Amy Croffey An injunction secured by Ten prohibiting pictures of The Bachelor finale has in no way deterred paparazzi from shooting The Bachelorette.
Broede Carmody, Rob Moran Red Symons has apologised to Beverley Wang for the recent car-crash interview in which he asked the Radio National broadcaster whether she was "yellow" and "what's the deal with Asians?".
Garry Maddox An idiosyncratic romance about two Hungarian slaughterhouse workers who share dreams has won the $60,000 prize.
Michael Idato Plus, Big Little Lies creator David E. Kelley has said the proposed second season may become a reality.
Aja Styles Despite the House Rules work site on the Gold Coast being ground to a halt due to Cyclone Debbie, the teams were able to return and finish their landscape designs.
Joss Whedon, director of Marvel's Avengers blockbusters and the groundbreaking TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer is being accused of sexism after his unproduced Wonder Woman script has surfaced.
Michael Lallo Yes, you can still watch MasterChef. But you might see big changes down the track.
Rob Moran Red Symons has come under fire following an interview with an ABC Radio podcaster, in which he asked the host if she was "yellow" and "What's the deal with Asians?".
Karl Quinn Streaming services such as Netflix and Stan could soon be subjected to Australian content quotas.
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Unsung volunteer Ian Eddie was a popular recipient of a President’s Award at the Lions changeover recently.
Organisations from around the MIA region gathered at the Griffith Central for the Community Services Expo.
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