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“Elvis is making a comeback; he only has six feet to...

Forty-five years after his death and the world is still enamoured by Elvis Presley. With a film directed by Baz Luhrmann recently released about...

What is NAIDOC week?

An indigenous perspective on the importance of NAIDOC Week.

Identity at the Oscars

What do this year's Oscar winners tell us about who we are - and who we want to become?

The easiest – and the hardest – decision

The choice of becoming a mother is more fraught than you think. Gina Rushton’s 'The Most Important Job in the World' examines the life-changing decisions women face.

Obi-Wan Kenobi, Part VI and a Series Retrospective

How will the final episode end this saga and what does it all mean in the end?

Obi-Wan Kenobi, Part V

Revelations about our characters' motivations are revealed and the plot starts accelerating to the end

Review: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Part IV

Following the showdown of Part III, we're treated to . . . a heist episode?

Review: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Part III

After a rocky start, can Obi-Wan face his past and survive?

Review: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Part I & II

One of Star Wars' most loved characters gets the special treatment. Does the newest series live up to the hype?

The Army that Changed the World

Some 157 years ago, a different ”William and Catherine“ captivated Britain and changed the world.

Which multiverse are you from?

Whenever we see an “alternate version” of a character in film or TV, they're usually “the evil version”. But is that realistic? Is it time we reconsider who really is “the good guy” and who really is “the bad guy”?

Becoming truth tellers on social media

Misinformation and fake news are everywhere on social media. How can we learn to be wise and thoughtful in this strange world?