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Turnbull govt leaves arts in a sling, locking in Abbott-era cuts

Turnbull govt leaves arts in a sling, locking in Abbott-era cuts

Ben ElthamMay 4, 20161 Comment

The significant level of austerity imposed on our cultural institutions was confirmed in last night's budget.

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

Glenn DyerMay 3, 2016

The Voice clearly established itself last night as the reality program to beat for the next three months or so as it added to the its audience from Sunday’s return from the y

Scott Morrison, here's a quick way to boost innovation: fund video games

Scott Morrison, here's a quick way to boost innovation: fund video games

Josh TaylorMay 2, 20161 Comment

You want innovation, jobs and growth? The video games industry could be an easy win for newbie Treasurer Scott Morrison.

Qld arts company collapse leaves funding and projects in limbo

Qld arts company collapse leaves funding and projects in limbo

Ben ElthamApr 28, 20161 Comment

Artslink Queensland has gone into voluntary administration, leaving those artists and projects depending on the company in limbo.

Tim Costello: RSLs that use con job pokies dishonour the Anzacs

Tim Costello: RSLs that use con job pokies dishonour the Anzacs

Tim CostelloApr 26, 20164 Comments

If two-up is banned, why are addictive pokies allowed in RSLs? Screwing over your mates is unAustralian, writes World Vision CEO Tim Costello.

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

Glenn DyerApr 21, 2016

An easy win for Seven last night as Ten and Nine went missing in action again. My Kitchen Rules dominated the night (as was to be expected with the penultimate program) with 2.

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

Glenn DyerApr 20, 2016

Another easy win for Seven last night in metros and regional markets thanks to My Kitchen Rules, the 6pm news, Home and Away and Seven Year Switch. Nine and T

Glenn Dyer's TV ratings: footy and cooking

Glenn DyerApr 18, 2016

Glenn Dyer analyses the winners and losers in TV ratings.

Arts sector's worst nightmare comes true with Catalyst a smokescreen for pork

Arts sector's worst nightmare comes true with Catalyst a smokescreen for pork

Ben ElthamApr 18, 2016

When the National Program for Excellence in the Arts -- now Catalyst -- was announced, many feared it would become nothing more than pork barrelling for favoured projects. They were right.

The day the music aged

The day the music aged

Jason MurphyApr 15, 20169 Comments

The bands at music festivals are getting older and older and older.