Celebrity

Comic Rebel Wilson fights appeal of her $3.6M defamation win

Apr 18, 2018

Actress Rebel Wilson has returned to an Australian court to fight a magazine publisher's appeal of an order to pay the actress a record 4.6 million Australian dollars ($3.6 million) in damages for defamation

South Korean businessman kills himself in Hong Kong custody

Apr 16, 2018

Hong Kong authorities say a South Korean businessman accused of murdering his wife and son in a five-star hotel has killed himself while in pre-trial custody

Lawyer tells Australian court Geoffrey Rush barely eating

Apr 9, 2018

A lawyer says Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has become virtually housebound, barely eats and wakes each morning with a "terrible sense of dread" since a Sydney newspaper alleged he acted inappropriately toward an actress

Correction: Australia-People-Russell Crowe story

Apr 8, 2018

Correction: Australia-People-Russell Crowe story

After a drenching, Commonwealth Games open on a bright note

Apr 4, 2018

Prince Charles delivered a message from Queen Elizabeth II to officially open the Commonwealth Games and the fireworks exploded on cue. It was a bright finish after heavy rain showers threatened to ruin the evening for 35,000 spectators.

Prince Charles lands in Australia for Commonwealth Games

Apr 4, 2018

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have landed under a gray sky that threatened rain in Brisbane city on the heir to the British throne's 16th visit to Australia

New Australia coach reflects on USA Gymnastics abuse scandal

Apr 2, 2018

Aly Raisman's long-time coach Mihai Brestyan says he was stunned and angry about the sexual abuse scandal that has plunged USA gymnastics into crisis

Andrew Bogut won't seek late-season NBA contract

Mar 28, 2018

Veteran center Andrew Bogut says he won't return to the NBA this season in order to remain in Australia with his pregnant wife

Aussie athletes pledge brains for global CTE research

Mar 27, 2018

Australian rugby stars pledge brains for global CTE research

MeToo takes off in South Korea, but justice harder to attain

Mar 22, 2018

The MeToo movement took off fast in South Korea, toppling famous men including a prominent politician, but justice for victims and change in a patriarchal society appears harder to attain

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