Rick Feneley is a news and features writer for The Sydney Morning Herald. His column, Then Again, appears on Saturdays. He was the paper's long-term night editor before returning to writing in late 2008.
Rick Feneley Tim Winton has written his biggest character yet: Australia, the land that defines our character as a people and sets us apart.
Rick Feneley Musician Ryan Adams berated a "most disrespectful" audience at Sydney's Enmore Theatre when concert-goers persisted in taking flash photography – even after he explained it triggered a genetic...
Megan Levy, Rick Feneley On the afternoon he died, Arthur Cave paused and smiled for a selfie as he stood on the southern English coastline.
Rick Feneley In-fighting, self-sabotage, heroin addiction and 34 years of dreamy, psychedelic pop with The Church. At 60, Steve Kilbey is launching a tell-all memoir and the band's "best album yet".
Rick Feneley and Megan Levy Jean Dye is 91, so the $100,000 reward for information leading to her son’s killers - almost 21 years after he was brutally bashed and robbed - has not come soon enough.
Rick Feneley The veteran Aboriginal performer Archie Roach says indigenous Australia is grappling with two tragedies: the sudden death of the pioneering producer Gavin Jones and the cancellation – caused by...
Rick Feneley The Aboriginal founder of the Deadly Awards, the annual celebration of indigenous achievement, was shattered last month when he learned he would lose federal funding worth hundreds of thousands of...
Rick Feneley Downhill skier, sprint cyclist, near-death veteran, serial hospitalcase. Rick Feneley follows Sophie cape's blood-curdling ride from extreme athlete to extreme artist.
Rick Feneley Louise Herron's vision for the "most recognisable building on the planet".
Rick Feneley The Sydney Opera House is inviting 100 eminent Australians to help regenerate the nation's premier venue. They will be known as ''the Idealists'' and will pay $5000 a head for the privilege.
Rick Feneley A FORMER wife of the artist Charles Blackman says she witnessed a close friend painting two works sold under Blackman's name for almost $120,000 - so she can confirm they are not his.
Rick Feneley Artist Charles Blackman's family have called in police because they say the painter was asked to sign two works - sold at auction for almost $120,000 - that are not his.
Rick Feneley THE family of the renowned artist Charles Blackman have called in police because they say the painter was asked to sign two works - sold at auction for almost $120,000 - that are not his.