S has discovered four celebrity weddings and one extra-busy designer this week, with the bustle at Paddington haute couture boutique Steven Khalil building fast. We hear the shy designer is whipping up frocks for no fewer than four star brides in one week next month. Talk about stressful.
After miserable rainy weather on Monday, the wine gods chose to smile upon Tuesday's Moet & Chandon Ice Imperial Sunset Cruise.
While the family of a UK nurse comes to grips with her suspected suicide, tens of thousands of people around the world have taken to social media to argue who is to blame and a radio network has suspended all advertising, fearing a consumer backlash.
Until Friday night, radio host Michael Christian had been bragging about the notoriety he and his co-host garnered for their royal prank.
It ain't Game of Thrones but sprawling epic The Pillars of the Earth has a similar feel and similar pleasures.
Radio presenters skirted right to the edge of the law, and possibly beyond, with royal prank call.
MENTAL health experts hold grave concerns for the radio presenters at the centre of the royal prank call controversy, urging the public not to blame them for the suspected suicide of the nurse who took the call.
How could it go so wrong?
THIS year will be remembered for many things - the transit of Venus, the discovery of the Higgs Boson particle, and, if the Mayans were right, the end of the world on December 21. But for Australian gardeners the really big news came with the arrival of Costa Georgiadis as the host of ABC TV's long-running Gardening Australia program.
Idiotic pranks are almost as old as radio itself, a tried and tested staple of the commercial breakfast market, replicated to exhaustion the world around. Australia does not have a monopoly on them, though ours seem, when they go wrong, to be the most egregious.