Noah kicks up a storm; Spierig brothers feel the love in Austin; Sophie Hyde scores enterprise funding.
Motorists may have been startled at the sight of a two-metre Gruffalo wandering between Radford College and the National Library on Wednesday. But he was friendly enough.
Friends, colleagues and fans have paid tribute to Brisbane journalist Doug Murray, who has died aged 63 after months of illness.
Australians may be among the world's biggest consumers of illegally downloaded video content but they are also among the most avid consumers of legal content, figures released by the Australian Home Entertainment Distributors Association show.
In The News: A User's Manual. a sometimes giddy optimist suggests we might be able to shape this info-environment for the common good.
The first glimpse of the $130 million epic Noah, starring Russell Crowe as the biblical hero, has taken place in Mexico to a mixed reception.
Kristian Nairn, who plays Hodor in the TV series Game of Thrones, has said he is gay in an interview with a fan site.
There's little doubt Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson's sense of humour seem to be completely lost on us Aussies - a series of live tweets from the Sunday night wrap party for the Australian edition of his show appear to have fallen completely flat.
Children's book author and illustrator Graeme Base is having a bit of a clear-out before he moves into a new house - but this is no ordinary garage sale.
The Rolling Stones in their pomp were the famous five Enid Blyton could never have invented: a child's dream of rock'n'roll success and excess made real life.