This global pandemic has spawned a different type of epidemic — one of an entirely different nature: an outbreak of fast-spreading, impossible-to-control nostalgia.
Have you ever suspected your friends occasionally trash-talk you ?
Stars come under fire for ‘blackfishing’, used to come across as more racially ambiguous in order to be able to profit from the black culture, which can be just as offensive as ‘blackface’.
We’ve all been on the receiving end of well-intentioned sentiments like ‘think positive’ and ‘it could be worse’, but can too much positivity be a negative?
Health-minded singles around the world are meeting their match via a new dating app — and it all began in Perth
Despite years of warnings of the dangers of obsessing over body image, we are back to where we were years ago if the photos coming from celebrities are any guide.
Restoring the dilapidated grave of one of Australia's most famous suffragettes has been a source of inspiration for those championing women's rights.
Liane Moriarty sells millions of books, lunches with Nicole Kidman and has written a role for Meryl Streep but with a new novel set to hit the shelves she is, again, as nervous as a kitten.
The aesthetically-acclaimed complex has added yet another major award to its trophy cabinet.
INSIDER: With an executive background and a passion for the arts, Olivier David is leveraging new luxe partnerships with high-end brands at the West Australian Ballet.
Danielle Le Messurier
Australians are expected to spend $800 million on Father's Day gifts this year, according to a nation-wide survey of almost 3000 consumers.
Kevin Jackson was almost too shy to finish his first dance class as a boy, then became Australian Ballet’s lead dancer. He’s returned to WA to start a youth company, with students from far and wide.
It has enchanted generations of children and hosting has been a rite of passage for countless TV presenters and celebrities. Inside the magic that has kept Play School a favourite for 55 years.
From a touching reunion between a husband and wife through glass, to an act of defiance outside a burning restaurant in Minneapolis, these photos depict a word of both love and chaos.
Like the original space race — a Cold War battle for aerospace supremacy between the USA and Soviet Union — the 21st century version is about prestige and ego. But this time it’s between billionaires.
Sex/Life has been panned by critics and fans alike as pointless trash –— nay, landfill. Nonetheless it has captured the attention of the world, and Australia. Why? Blame COVID.
It’s been talked about for more 30 years and the push to get Perth a cable car is again back on the agenda, with readers saying they want a cable car to Kings Park to revitalise the city.
Kiya Watt may have flunked art at school but the impact of her creations is being felt across the nation.
Growing up, I desperately wanted to be an entertainment journalist... not cover Indigenous affairs. So I can’t help but think about what could have been if there were more Blak reporters before me.
How do you farewell work colleagues? A hasty ‘bye!’ as you race to beat rush-hour traffic? Well for many women of colour in Australia, even everyday gestures carry the threat of racism.
An online photo that went viral this week reignited conversations about the horrors of kids and screen time. But most of us parents grew up with the electronic baby sitter, and it wasn’t all bad.
The WA Museum Boola Bardip has taken out architecture’s most esteemed accolade, the George Temple Poole Award, at the Australian Institute of Architects 2021 WA Architecture Awards.
A Paris museum is loaning a mini-replica of the Statue of Liberty to the United States for 10 years.
Living forever is a staple of Hollywood movies — from Tron to Gattaca — but this science fiction dream is now being taken seriously by some of the world’s most rich and powerful people.
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