Vegemite hit shelves for the first time 96 years ago today, and oh how we have enjoyed it since. From mixing it with rissoles to something called a Vegemite Lifesaver, here are some weird and wonderful ways Australians have consumed the delicious spread through history.
TV blockbusters like Game of Thrones may steal the limelight, but in far north Queensland the humble video shop may be the sleeper hit of 2019.
The Game of Thrones drama ends today for millions of fans, but in one Aussie household it will live on for this pampered pooch which has its own GoT-inspired iron throne.
Australian film producer Baz Luhrmann may not have to cast a wide net to find an actor to play Elvis Presley in movie being shot on the Gold Coast.
As Marvel ties up a 21-film spree, you wonder how so much money, talent and time can render so little emotional pay-off.
Secret rocket tests, comets across the sky and explosives warnings are normally figments of the silver screen. But at Coober Pedy's drive-in they happen all around you.
A surprise collection of 1,300 lots of Holden and other memorabilia, including 120 cars, secreted away by a South Australian mechanic has gone under the hammer.
It's one of our most significant words, but we're still working out where "bogan" came from. New evidence shows one of its first uses may have been at a Melbourne private school, writes Bruce Moore.
By today's standards Six O'Clock Rock might seem quaint, but the show was the ABC's first television program to bring rock 'n' roll music into Australian homes and was more than capable of pushing boundaries.