The childhood fantasies of a childish president are lampooned by the Australian comedian on American TV.
Since joining Fairfax in 1992, Bernard has been an editor and written on education, roads and local politics. These days, he specialises in music and is the senior music writer and reviewer.
More claims that the English songwriter has borrowed from earlier hits for his own songs, and this time he's giving credit.
An intense look at women as friends, lovers, inspirations and mysteries takes this folk singer into new emotional and musical territory.
Hello Melbourne from the other side of half a million Australians who have been there, bought the T-shirt and loved the biggest concert tour of Australia ever.
Bieber's movements, his delivery and his eyes have the haunted feel of someone who has been here so often that he is seeing this show replayed in his nightmares now.
She's up early, she's always changing her musical style, and if you need it, she's got life and sleeping advice. What more could you ask for?
There are fresh sounds and fresh faces at the songwriters' awards as the next generation try their luck again.
There are bands and (mostly male) artists who have built careers out of being a representative "everyman": one of us, just a bit better paid and housed. There's a couple of generations of Australian frontmen who would never have dared being anything else.
They were wobbly when old, didn't always sound hi-fi and threatened to self-destruct at any point. Why would anyone want them back? The return of the cheap, portable and small audio tape.
Bigger than Bruce, Gunners and Bieber. Bigger even than Ed. Adele is pulling in audiences who may not see another show this year.