Naomi Watts left the kids at home with husband Liev Schreiber while she enjoyed a welcome-home party in Centennial Park, hosted by wine label Jacobs Creek.
With a career as enduring as her looks and sense of style, actress and mother Naomi Watts continues to capture the world's attention.
Andrew Hornery Naomi Watts admits she is wasting her time trying to convince two little boys to fall in love with Australia.
Donna Demaio Cate Blanchett will present Geoffrey Rush with his G'day USA honour next month in Los Angeles. Rush is one of three well-known Australians who will be feted at the G'day USA event on Saturday,...
Daisy Dumas Tourism-brochure Australiana and a convention centre-like setting - not to mention the minor microphone malfunction that stymied host Richard Wilkins’ swinging intro - did little to dampen the...
Rachel Clun Forget the fancy hotel, the makeshift tent outside the Beverly Hilton Hotel was the place to be following the Golden Globes.
Andrew Hornery It will be battle stations at David Jones and Myer over the next fortnight as the retailers unveil multimillion-dollar campaigns for the spring/summer collections.
Andrew Hornery During the Keating and Howard years, political offspring were mostly kept in the shadows, leaving their respective fathers to bathe in the limelight.
Jo Casamento Two of our home-grown songbirds proved their modelling chops when they braved storms and waves for InStyle.
Kylie Minogue is 'Australia's Most Dangerous Celebrity' according to the annual study which uses software company McAfee's SiteAdvisor ratings to indicate what sites are risky when searching...
Date with Kate
Kate Waterhouse Actress Naomi Watts on scandal, skeletons in the closet and what would make her go a bit crazy.
Jo Casamento Sophie Lowe, 23, has an AFI nomination under her belt for her arresting debut performance in Rachel Ward's film Beautiful Kate.
Shelly Horton Less than six months after he settled with the Australian Tax Office for an undisclosed sum, Paul Hogan has been honoured as an ''Australian icon'' at the G'Day USA 10th anniversary black tie gala in...
Andrew Hornery It's a dramatic love story which reads like a chapter from one of her late grandmother-in-law Dame Barbara Cartland's racy pot boilers, but former Sydney socialite turned British aristocrat, Lady...
Hit or miss
Daisy Dumas It was all black and white on the night at this year's Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet.
Sacha Molitorisz and Rachel Olding She left the country in a huff, sick of rumours of her new man cheating with porn stars and leathergoods businesswomen, said Woman's Day.
Jo Casamento Is it possible to escape the flash bulbs of the media and keep your private life under wraps if you are a star? Yes, say those who work in the celebrity industry.
Jo Casamento They are the sitting ducks. The celebrities with a price on their heads. And we're not talking about how much they make per movie, or how much they earn according to so-called rich lists.