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Viewers and media experts have called for a First Nations or culturally diverse woman to take on the role to reflect multicultural Australia.
"CBS This Morning" released a new clip of the Duchess of Sussex speaking with Oprah Winfrey in an upcoming interview special.
The filmmaker picked up the Best Director trophy for 'Nomadland' at the 78th annual ceremony on Sunday night.
"Nomadland," "The Crown," "Soul," and "The Queen's Gambit" were among the shows and films who took home some of the biggest awards throughout the night.
On Instagram, James said the franchise “has fallen short” following racial controversy on his season that HuffPost can report led him to reevaluate his final decision.
Facebook has also appeared to have blocked its own page in Australia.
Australia wakes up to reality of Facebook without news
The 'I'm A Celeb' winner says people going on reality TV shows should "be prepared for it".
The 25-year host of CNN's "Larry King Live" had been hospitalised after contracting COVID-19.
From a renowned chef to pop star and AFL player, there's a heap of clues that hint who will go into the camp.
Fan favourite Ben finally feels the heat of the kitchen in latest challenge.
The US legal commentator is also stepping away from news channel CNN after what he called “an embarrassingly stupid mistake.”
The PR queen also hit back at trolls, revealing she quit the show early due to previous injuries.
Netflix and HBO's "Watchmen" dominated the nominations.
The move has been called 'bullying' and a 'heavy handed threat' by local media lobby groups and the Australian treasurer.
New study reveals 75% of news presenters have an Anglo-Celtic background, while only 6% have either an Indigenous or non-European background.
Global film and television production has ground to a halt amid the spread of coronavirus.
Twitter critic quips that Blake Neff has also been using his real name "to write bigoted, racist, sexist, and other offensive content for Tucker Carlson."
Filming the episode was particularly emotional for actor Rob Kipa-Williams as he embraced family, grief and culture.