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Nightlife with Phil Clark and Indira Naidoo has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.
Melbourne boy Jim Martin was only 14 when he lied about his age so he could fulfil his dream of joining the Army and fighting in the Great War.
There's a growing trend for young adults to still be living at home with their mum and dad. We find out the factors behind the phenomenon.
Going to take advantage of the Kiwi travel bubble with Australia? Wondering where to go?
Summertime, Reflections on a Vanishing Future author Professor Danielle Celermajer on how we take steps forward to heal our country.
From royalty to celebrity and many in-between have stayed at The Hotel Windsor. But it's what one guest left behind that will have you giggling.
Belfast had remained unscathed until the Belfast Blitz in World War II.
Poetry and prose by the man known as The Bard, William Shakespeare, written some 400 years ago, is regarded as the most significant English literature.
Liberal Leader Andrew Peacock has died in the United States, aged 82. Dr John Hewson pays tribute.
We may have two seven-time world surfing champions in the form of Layne Beachley and Stephanie Gilmore now, but the early days of women's pro surfing were tough.
Muttering about and sorting out what to say next can be a tangle for some, with many of us relying on some well-worn lines to fill the gaps.
An in depth look at the history and role of the US first lady.
Dr Norman Swan joins Nightlife to help unravel the complicated world of COVID vaccines
What’s the best way to get a decent return on your savings?
Made You Look is a must-watch doco about art forgery, Creation Stories is a fun mix of Trainspotting and 24 Hour Party people, Antoinette In The Cevennes is sunny and delightful.
We get answers to all your knee problems with Dr Greg Keene.
Back in the 1950s the name The Kathleen Gillett symbolised freedom, adventure, and even romance.
Intrepid travel writer Susan Elliott chased the Aurora Australis
Suzanne Hill revealed the splendour and luxury of the Hôtel Ritz Paris with Tilar Mazzeo, author of ‘Hotel on Place Vendôme’.
Laughing your head off may be a throwaway line we use these days, but its macabre origins go back in time to one of the most notorious beheadings of 18th century Britain.
Are you someone who loves following a celebrity in the weekly gossip mags? Who is your favourite? What makes them so interesting? How has celebrity changed over the years?
Greeks and Romans had their ideals about body muscularity and symmetry and created the early version of bodybuilding. It’s been around for millennia.
Buckingham Palace announced that His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh has died.
Andy Griffiths and the Tree House series have been published in more than 35 countries and have sold more than 10 million copies each.
Toby Hagon, editor of EVcentral.com.au is back with all latest news and updates from the automotive world.
We use clothes as a marker of our identity, but what about our bodies?
What changes are on the way and how do they affect you?
Black holes, Mars starships and human immortality.
The Father is a gentle exploration about dementia, Blithe Spirit is well cast and upbeat, and Black Narcissus a beautiful farewell to the wonderful actress Diana Rigg
Crime writer Lee Child, one of the world's leading thriller writers in conversation with fellow crime writer Candace Fox.
Cook books are a dime a dozen these days. But what did people do back in the early days of colonial Australia?
Salacious stories of scandal, sex, parties, life, love and death emerge from among the bungalows and crannies at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont.
A narrative emerged Jesse James was a Robin Hood figure who robbed the rich. That is true, but he certainly never gave to the poor, and he’s anything but a hero.
Oscar nominations are out, and in a couple of weeks, we will find out who are the Academy Award winners of the year. Who will be the big winners?
Author Huda Hayek reveals to Suzanne Hill her flourishing fantasies captured in her book Huda and Me.
Detective Superintendent Deborah Wallace rose to the top of the NSW Police force in a 36-year career, taking on drug dealers, murderers and dismantling some of the most dangerous gangs.
What does the future look like for the Australian Arts sector in a post Covid economy?
With about 427 million hectares of our land being farmed, what are the biggest challenges facing farmers in Australia?
Is it the right time to buy or sell a house or an apartment?
Collective is a compelling film about Romanian corruption, The Painter and the Thief is superb and striking, and Operation Varsity Blues illuminates the grimy US college scandal.
Are relationship ruts more likely to happen once you've been together for a long time or can you fall into the crack at any time?
In 1918 an air force mechanic and his mates successfully conspired to smuggle aboard a young French-speaking boy they rescued so he could have a new life in Queensland
The Huon Valley; head south from Hobart into some fantastic scenery of a fertile river valley surrounded by mountains and huge tracts of wilderness.
Commemorated every March 25th, this year, the Greek nation and its people worldwide and here in Australia marked the 200th anniversary of the beginning of the successful struggle against the tyrannical Ottoman Empire.
We know of the forensic work using DNA from crime scenes. But humans are not the only ones who shed this genetic code; animals and plants leave eDNA.
Rock band bust-ups can be bitter and leave a sour note behind, as the members call it quits.
Returning our land to its wild origins is what many are doing in earnest, the delicate balance of restoring an ecosystem.
'As Swallows Fly' is the story of Malika, a young orphan in rural Pakistan. Savagely attacked, her face is left disfigured, and her self-esteem destroyed.
Toby Hagon, Editor of EVcentral.com.au is back with all the latest news and updates from the automotive world.
Celebrating 100 years of our Air Force as we take a look at its accomplishments and contributions over the last 100 years.
Are we likely to see a rise in home loan prices? And how long will the record low mortgage rates last?