Israel Folau asking his supporters to prejudice people with love illuminates a flaw in his logic, and a flaw in the source material.
Alex Landragin’s debut is a book that crosses lifetimes, narratives and, above all, gleefully references other residents of your bookshelf. It’s a ride.
NASA has decided that Earth is beyond saving, so we’re off to Titan, Saturn’s freakiest moon. Methane storms, electric sand, rolling gas streams. At least it isn’t humid.
Investigative journalist Jess Hill’s book on domestic violence states an obvious, visceral point. We should focus on the perpetrators as well as the victims.
As part of The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program, Giselle Atlas (13) discusses what LGBTQ+ pride month means to her and her community.
Again, Morrissey has uttered awful words, and his ex-fans fired back. However, underneath the usual cut-and-thrust are those who support not his music, or his fall, but what he says.
Cross-dressing stowaways, inadvertent world records, and clandestine agents working for Napoleon Bonaparte. The French quarter of colonised Australia was wild.
To prove that one good turn deserves another, disgraced sitcom matriarch Roseanne Barr will tour America hoping to convince everyone that the country is the crazy one.
In what can be regarded as the final word, we can reveal the root causes of why parents choose to ignore science to protect their children.
Despite the guise of greater representation in the film industry, racial stereotyping is still rampant, and the concept of diversity doesn’t favour all.
Emboldened by tragedy, Australia’s premier industrialist has vowed to restore the Big Brother house to “her former glory”.
“Song for the Unraveling of the World” is a book of many things. Above all, it serves as a litmus test of how the reader, and how they see the species.
The high priestess of suburban etiquette returns, this time offering a safe path around the smug fartknockery of an art exhibit.
While today is International Take Your Dog to Work Day, it might be time for your beloved pooch to get a job. They’re no longer puppies, you know.
The NSW Labor Party’s leaderless operating model is beginning to attract attention from political parties worldwide. I think the Brits are borrowing it for Brexit.
Charlie Says is a picture that paints the Manson Family not in sensationalist hues, but rather in the monochrome of reality. The veil has been thrown considerably back.
With the news that LaMelo Ball is set to play for the Illawarra Hawks, it squarely places a family made famous by arrogant self-promotion in a town that hates it.
When Jon Stewart left television in 2015, he said he was tired of being angry for laughs. The rebirthed version is very serious and is forcing real change.
Once upon a time, I was the chauffeur of a lady of the British upper classes. It didn’t go well.
Because the world no longer makes sense, OJ Simpson is now on Twitter. Fortunately, he’s down for a bit of Q&A. Lord.
It’s all gone wrong for one social media influencer after her photoshoot at Fukushima was spoiled by massive doses of radiation.