Prince William and Kate Middleton: Canberra gets a free plug as British papers go gaga over Arboretum's baby playground
Ben Westcott Canberra and the National Arboretum have been given glowing reviews by the British press, with Chief Minister Katy Gallagher featured.
Royal couple wrap up a day in the nation's capital with an intimate reception hosted by the Governor-General.
MJ Angel Are today's celebrities any more debauched than their predecessors or is it just our attitude towards salacious behaviour that has changed?
The world's top 20 most hated celebrities of 2013, according to Star Magazine's annual poll.
Winnie Salamon Hating on celebrities is the purist form of guilt-free gossip there is.
Cate Blanchett and Meryl Streep joined hundreds of mourners at the private funeral of Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died of an apparent heroin overdose.
reinvent icons and celebrities as alternative hipsters
Rachel Clun Celebrities and hipsters. One is mainstream; the other (sometimes painfully) strives to be the exact opposite. What happens when you combine the two?
Andrew Hornery, Georgina Safe Naomi Campbell was the most eagerly anticipated arrival at Flemington on Saturday but she kept media sweltering for 90 minutes in the sun before she finally appeared as Polanski was sweeping past the...
Andrew Hornery It's probably the most hackneyed plea from inside the celebrity bubble: ''Please respect our privacy.''
Forbes.com uses a complex methodology to come up with its list, taking into account various factors including earnings, the number of mentions each celebrity gets in print and television, and their...
The rabbi whose modern spin on an ancient Jewish mystical tradition attracted celebrities including Madonna, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher and Britney Spears has died at the age of 86.
Celebrities pay six to seven figures to keep paparazzi, overzealous fans and the occasional stalker at bay.
Andrew Hornery It will take a group of Singaporean businessmen and about $20 million to return the polish to one of Sydney society's glittering jewels: the former Ritz Carlton hotel in Double Bay.
Sunday Age photographer Angela Wylie spends the day photographing the beautiful and the glamorous. Here is a selection of her images from the Birdcage at the AAMI Victoria Derby Day Races, Flemington.
Jo Casamento IT IS New Year's Eve partying on a scale that only the rich and famous can do.
Apple. Bluebell Madonna. Princess Tiaamii. Buddy Bear. Now, to this unedifying lexicon of baby names, we can add North, relatively inoffensive on its own, less so when we hear it is destined for the...
Julian Lee CELEBRITIES and personalities who are paid to tweet do not necessarily need to disclose they are getting paid to do so, the competition watchdog says.
Celebrity support for the Occupy protest movement leaves Twilight star cold.
Glenda Kwek First came the expensive glossy magazine spreads of celebrity baby snaps sold to the highest bidder.