The Australian government has signalled it is willing to fight hard in the cut-throat world of movies, offering an unprecedented treasure chest to lure Pirates of the Caribbean 5 to our shores.
The worst-kept secret in Australian showbiz has been confirmed, with the announcement that the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film will be shot in the state in 2015.
The next blockbuster set to hit cinemas will quite literally be about blocks.
A Facebook page which cleverly critiques red-carpet outfits is all about satire and not cruelty, the anonymous personality behind it says.
A memoir to be released by former breakfast television guru Adam Boland is now the subject of court action.
The future career of 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan is in doubt after a car accident left the comedian with a brain injury, and killed a fellow comic.
It's crunch time for the bachelorettes, so why not bundle them into a cramped flying contraption for 10 hours and finish the series on the other side of the world? Welcome to Cape Town, South Africa.
Lateline will remain on air next year, ABC Managing Director Mark Scott has said privately, despite speculation the current affairs program would be axed.
The Iranian Film Festival opens in Canberra on Friday with the Australian premier of award winning film I'm Not Angry.
Director Rolf de Heer's Charlie's Country has been selected as Australia's entry for the next year's foreign language Academy Award.