Actors, activists praise Weinstein verdict
Celebrities and activists have welcomed the guilty verdict against Harvey Weinstein, who once reigned as one of the most powerful figures in Hollywood.
Harvey Weinstein has been found guilty of sexually assaulting former production assistant Mimi Haleyi in 2006 and raping Jessica Mann in 2013.
Plans are under way for a movie based on Iranian refugee Behrouz Boochani’s novel written on Manus Island, with production slated to start next year.
John Shipton hopes public protests for his son Julian Assange will end what he calls the British government’s “plague of malice” towards the WikiLeaks founder.
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer will return to the original “Friends” soundstage.
Designer Giorgio Armani has told a Milan Fashion Week audience that the fashion industry is “raping” women with short-lived trends and sex-driven marketing.
Sydney’s UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Hyde Park Barracks is set to reopen after a year-long renewal.
Hollywood magic allowed Harrison Ford to shoot scenes in the Yukon wilderness with a human actor portraying Buck the dog in The Call of the Wild.
The jury deliberating on rape allegations against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has re-heard testimony from actor Rosie Perez.
Two masked men have broken into the Hollywood Hills home of rapper Pop Smoke and opened fire, shooting the 20-year-old dead.
Rapper Dave accused British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of racism and contrasted “how the news treats Kate versus how they treated Meghan” at the Brit Awards.
Sales of a brand of canned Spanish potato crisps have surged after they appeared in Oscar-winning Korean film Parasite.
The Broadway hit Shrek The Musicial has taken over Melbourne’s Her Majesty’s Theatre with a colourful chorus and celebration of the freak in all of us.
Pneumonia has forced Elton John to postpone his New Zealand tour but promoters say he’ll be good to kick off his final Australian tour in Melbourne on Saturday.
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 14-month-old girl Acelynn Dutoit.
A former Shepparton business has made national headlines once again as an ABC investigation uncovered a multimillion-dollar scam that targets drug addicts and the homeless. Former local accountancy firm Brown Baldwin have been accused of exploiting...
Investigations are continuing after four people died following an aircraft collission in Mangalore, near Avenel on Wednesday morning.