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30 Jun 2015
Queensland and Tasmania architects saluted with 2015 Australian Institute of Architect’s Awards and WA Screen Awards announced.
29 Jun 2015
Does Turnbull think Zaky Mallah could be a suicide bomber by sheer force of will? Is the tanty a weapon of mass destruction?
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Nine wins for singing out loud though figures are actually modest. Effect on the others is brutal.
26 Jun 2015
Words fail us. Fortunately The Guardian takes the calm tablets as the government regards news as treason.
The SPA Ones to Watch program has become career gold for emerging screen producers in a world of churn and hype
24 Jun 2015
SBS CEO's descent into political hell is now complete. The legislation to plug his budget black hole failed in the Senate. Now we all pay the price.
23 Jun 2015
Arts Law salutes the work of its pro bono lawyers with its annual awards, in the wake of recent government funding cuts.
22 Jun 2015
In its stately revamp of the Enterprise scheme, Screen Australia has announced another journey to the same end.
Masterchef chases Nine away, and Seven sneaks significant victory on the back of its AFL coverage on the digital subchannels. An interesting moment.
Slo-mo white knuckles as News Ltd might end up with the carriage deal for the slot.
As Chris Bath leaves her news desk on Seven, touchy questions surface about the role of female news anchors.
19 Jun 2015
Strong indigenous undercurrents, lots of landscape, some extreme physical challenges, and a good dash of crime.. here they come
Did Seven do anything to earn its 30% victory? No.
More than 60 senior arts leaders and artists travelled to Canberra yesterday to discuss changes to arts funding, but the Minister for the Arts refused to see them.
18 Jun 2015
A major study of Australia’s future workforce has good and bad news for those working in the creative industries.
The Hive Fund is open to take filmmakers, performers and visual artists into challenging multidisciplinary works for the Adelaide Film Festival and ABC Arts.
Football blasts through for Nine, having almost half the audience while no-one else clears 20%.
As the arts sector faces the South Australia Budget anxiously, a screen allocation has slipped in adding another piece to the jigsaw.
Power, opportunity and restrictions on women, at the Women and Film's Crystal and Lucy Dinner.
17 Jun 2015
Foxtel announces a game changer in production, sketches local drama future
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