If you were thinking Melbourne's literary gong fest would be the night of cultural nights, well think again.
iiNet managing director Michael Malone has labelled a Wikileaks cable, that reveals why a group of Hollywood studios targeted iiNet in a copyright battle over Telstra, as embarrassing” for the studios involved.
It may not be the apocryphal leather-faced batsman wielding the willow, but for cricket fans there must be at least a hint of comfort in finally seeing a man nicknamed 'The Don' causing a stir in Australian cricket once again.
Prominent business leaders have weighed into the asylum seeker debate for the first time by calling for an end to mandatory detention and greater political leadership on the issue.
The National Gallery of Victoria has made a splash in the art world, acquiring its most-expensive ever painting -- an Italian Renaissance painting by Correggio -- for $5.2 million. The purchase of Madonna and Child with the Infant Saint John the Baptist was made with the help of a single trustee, Melbourne fund manager Andrew Sisson.
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