Johnny Ruffo’s girlfriend Tahnee Sims has shared a moving post to social media, her first since it was revealed that his brain cancer had returned.
The singer has apologised and voluntarily offered to pay a fine of $18,000 after breaking lockdown rules to throw herself a birthday party.
The Chase Australia’s official Shark, Brydon Coverdale, has created a new daily quiz challenge. How’s your general knowledge? Take his quiz.
Keith Urban joins the charge of A-list artists booking big gigs for 2021, kicking off his The Speed Of Now world tour in Australian arenas.
Hold onto your hats and dust off your cowboy boots— country music megastar Keith Urban is heading west for the first time since 2014.
With two young sons, businesswoman Jules Sebastian says running a tight ship is a necessity — and Christmas is no exception. Here are her top tips for success.
He’s regarded as one of the most stylish men on the planet but George Clooney has shared a surprisingly frugal secret to his movie star look.
Neighbours star Jacinta Stapleton found a unique way out of the tough restrictions – returning to the same role she played 20 years ago.
Philanthropist Nicola Forrest —part of one of Australia’s most powerful couples — has opened up in an exclusive interview about her passions and her proudest achievement: her tight-knit family.
Matt Agnew has revealed he went into self-imposed post-Bachelor seclusion after his public split from chosen one Chelsie McLeod in order to “put himself back together”.
Philanthropist Nicola Forrest has opened up about her daughter Grace’s ‘close call’ on a family holiday early this year — a jetski accident that left the 24-year-old needing a walking frame.
Powderfinger’s new album throws up some surprises and adds fuel to speculation of a reunion tour after a 10-year drought.
Music legend Archie Roach and rapper Sampa the Great have dominated at the most diverse and socially distanced ARIA Awards to date.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, today revealed she suffered a miscarriage just four months ago. But sharing her private pain publicly may prevent others suffering in silence.
The Australian music industry’s night of nights will be unprecedented, with live overseas performances among many other changes.
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Move over Bluey, the ABC will call on a new pack of cute puppies to pull viewers in 2021, with the public broadcaster turning its lens on bush life to transform its TV slate.
Flume and Tame Impala will represent Australia at next year’s Grammy Awards, while controversial church Hillsong are also up for a gong.
The pop star has made a splash with Black Parade and is now the second-most nominated act in the history of the awards show.
Perth-raised entertainer Johnny Ruffo has made the devastating announcement his brain cancer has returned — three years after he was given the all clear.
Ed Sheeran has made a significant donation to the hospital that took care of his grandmother in the final weeks of her life.
With Australian Idol and The Voice both airing on Seven next year, Guy Sebastian responds to speculation about his return to both shows.
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