Aussie Tap Pack coming out swinging in London for classics with a twis...

With slick suits and sharp wit, Australia’s finest tap dancing performers are a cocktail of pure entertainment, and they are set to hit the boards at The Peacock Theatre this May.

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Where everyone can be a millionaire

If you’re a truly adventurous traveller, some of the most uncharted places around the globe will have you super exited in no time.

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Sarah Blasko in the UK: The weird and stupid way I do things

INTERVIEW: Ahead of her upcoming gigs in London and Brighton, we dissect Sarah Blasko’s celebrated new album Depth of Field by asking the woman herself.

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The Cat Empire was totally worth losing my London job for

That time an Australian Times reader was unceremoniously fired from his job in London over a big night with The Cat Empire.

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Jesus wasn’t white: he was a brown-skinned, Middle Eastern Jew. ...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: How might it change our attitudes if we could see that the unjust imprisonment, abuse, and execution of the historical Jesus has more in common with the experience of Indigenous Australians or asylum seekers than it does with those who hold power in the church and usually represent Christ?

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Top 3 Actors you probably didn’t know were Australian

It might be tricky to know which famous actors are Australian as they do work on their accents!

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Ben Folds adds extra London date to May UK tour

A second London date has been added to the Ben Folds and a Piano tour after the quick sell-out of the first night. 

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The great Oscar Wilde’s Australian connection

Although not generally known, there was a considerable warmth for Irish born playwright Oscar Wilde in Australia while at home he was vilified.

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Australian families adopting the idea of Cremation diamonds as a new f...

There is no doubt that the evolution of diamond trade is a fascinating one.

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AUSTRALIA DAY: Get yer hand off it, mate, Aussie slang is not dying

SPECIAL FEATURE: Australian slang such as ‘budgie’, ‘greenie’, ‘pollie’, ‘surfie’, and even ‘mozzie’ are now also making appearances in global English.

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Why Australia Day survives, despite revealing a nation’s rifts a...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: As it becomes ever more entangled in battles over the meaning of our history, Australia Day will find it difficult to carry a “successful” national day’s normal civic burden of fostering common belonging and social cohesion.

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Rocky Horror allegations throw a spotlight on acting boundaries, on an...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Regardless of its outcome, the Craig McLachlan case has thrown a spotlight on the question of boundaries on and off stage and the need to enforce them more vigorously.

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How to win the online gaming ‘Oscar’

We bet you didn’t know that just like the film industry has it’s Oscars, the online gaming industry has its annual IGAs – short for International Gaming Awards.

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How ‘live casino’ is changing gaming

As technological advancements continue to impact the gaming space, innovations like social gaming, virtual reality casinos and live casinos are only starting to take of.

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What history really tells us about the birth of Jesus at Christmas

SPECIAL FEATURE: The Jesus described in the Bible had more in common with the children of refugees born on Nauru than the majority of Australian churchgoers.

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