A tearful Melissa Doyle says giving up Sunrise hosting duties after 14 years for a new prime-time project was a family decision.
The reason free-to-air commercial broadcasters are so fond of news, current affairs and sports programming was made abundantly clear in new data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday – it is dirt cheap.
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The don has died. But in a double blow, the death of actor James Gandolfini claims not one life but two: he takes with him the peerless, compelling mafia boss Tony Soprano.
There were tasy tacos and a hamster surprise, and I mean this quite literally, as Eloise's secret was finally revealed.
Melissa Doyle has announced that she is leaving Channel Seven's Sunrise after 14 years on the breakfast show.
Jess and Josh are back for series two of twentysomething, as endearingly lost as ever.
Rebecca Gibney says July will be the end of the road for former flagship drama Packed to the Rafters.
For their tenth anniversary episode, the team revisits the chevy myth that got away.
Lively, poignant, direct and dreamlike, Satellite Boy is a likeable mixture of fable and spirited naturalism.