A former finance officer for the Summernats car festival, who stole thousands of dollars from the business to fuel a drug habit, avoids prison time.
Organisers of a South Australian wine festival blame licensed bus operators for an outbreak of drunken behaviour that has some questioning how the event is run.
The iconic breed first saved Casterton in 1997. Now, 23 years later and they've done it again.
False reports of gunshots at Washington D.C.'s pride parade caused widespread panic and stampedes.
Taiwanese musician Sang Mei-Chaun grew up worlds away from the remote Northern Territory but quickly found common ground with its people.
At this monthly gathering they come from far and wide to buy and talk about chickens — from breeding to sustainability, to health and nutrition, to preparing chooks for the table.
Thousands of grapevine leaves have been handwashed, mince mixed with spices, and then rolled into savoury treats in preparation for Darwin's Greek Glenti festival.
What's on offer in Dark Mofo 2019? Organiser Leigh Carmichael and some artists share their thoughts.
For one month of the year, the NSW Southern Highlands become the "pie-lands", as bakeries, cafes and restaurants across the state and ACT cook up some filling fare.
Performers hope to honour a legend of the theatre as they prepare to unveil their Cabaret Festival show, the first to be funded from a bequest given by the "founding father" of the festival.
A coastal paradise town becomes a safe haven for refugees, despite being outside of a government-supported resettlement zone.
Amid the mass fish kills and the ongoing drought, residents of Menindee in outback NSW hope a festival will be the first of many positives that draw tourists back to the region.
More than 20 Pixie O'Harris artworks are being restored for an exhibition after the final paintings, which had been missing since the 1950s, mysteriously turn up without note or explanation.
A pop-up nightclub hosted by the University of Adelaide during this year's Fringe festival caused widespread disruption to campus life, including interfering with sensitive science experiments, documents reveal.
Australian artworks will feature in a new international art-science exhibition in Venice, which hopes to educate people and raise talk about climate change and deforestation, and possible solutions.
People across Brisbane are gathering over beers, not Bunsen burners, to learn more about the latest scientific discoveries.
Yirramboi festival is using arts to decolonise and queer the city, re-centring Aboriginal voices in traditionally colonial spaces.