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|Meet Stephanie Gilmore100|
Already crowned surfing world champion three times, buoyant, 22-year-old Queenslander Stephanie Gilmore continues to ride the waves of success.
|Stand-Up Comics’ Funniest Lines14|
We quote twelve of the funniest lines in comic history
|Meet Poh Ling Yeow14|
The cheery chef has gone from strength to strength since she was runner-up in the inaugural Masterchef series. She's now had her own TV series and cookbook, Poh's Kitchen, and continues to exhibit her art.
|Dick Smith Interview10|
Most trusted icon Dick Smith tells why he spoke up for accused terrorist David Hicks.
|12 things a movie theatre employee won't tell you8|
Find out behind the scenes info about your favorite place to see the next blockbuster.
|6 great lyrics from classic songs8|
Well-chosen words have a power all of their own, but when you combine them with music - well, they can become permanently imprinted on your psyche. Here's a handful of popular lyrics that are inspiring, poignant, and timeless.
|Ten tunes you won't admit you love7|
What’s your favourite “guilty pleasures” song?
|Neil Young: Gone and Back7|
Neil Young was days away from surgery to fix a brain aneurysm. He spent them writing songs
|Face to Face with Terri and Bindi Irwin6|
They’ve made it through the hardest year of their lives, but they’re still smiling, and more determined than ever to save the world
|King of Waltz: Interview with André Rieu6|
Dutchman André Rieu has brought classical music to stadiums around the world. And now the “Mel Gibson of the violin” is hitting Australia
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