A photographer wants to turn the blokey culture of the Pilbara mines on its head, taking pictures of miners dressed in drag.
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In the early 1900s, young Australian actress Muriel Matters achieved notoriety in Britain after pulling off a series of brave and quirky stunts in the name of women's rights.
Commonwealth Games mascot Borobi is capturing attention and hearts the world over and one man has been riding the wave of Games love with him.
Author and essayist David Sedaris speaks to ABC News about diary-keeping, how a Trump presidency has been worse than he anticipated, and why the world is getting better for LGBT people.
Young Asian artists discuss the unique struggles and opportunities they face trying to breaking into various creative fields in Australia.
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In The Second Woman, an epic piece of experimental theatre, Australian performance artist Nat Randall stages 100 intimate scenes with 100 male participants over 24 hours.