After 17 years in the high-profile post, Sutherland has given 12 months’ notice.
Weinstein’s lawyer vowed to beat the charges levelled against the Hollywood producer.
A statement by two doctors at the Massachusetts General Hospital reveals Loris Karius suffered a concussion during the Champions League final which took place on 26 May 2018.
The new gallery will be the focal point of a revamped arts precinct in the Melbourne CBD. The project will be worth up to A$1 billion.
With his larrikin persona and classically beautiful serve-and-volley game, Pat Cash was one of Australia’s favourite sportsmen.
To most kids in Melbourne, AFL stars are already their superheroes, but this will have added meaning when Etihad Stadium is re-branded in September.
James Murdoch will reportedly hand over the reins of 21st Century Fox to brother Lachlan after the proposed deal with Walt Disney is finalised.
American states will now be able to legalise sports betting, ending Nevada's long-time monopoly on the lucrative market.
Internationally recognised photographer Spencer Tunick, whose niche is large naked crowds, has turned his attention to Melbourne after last snapping Australians in all their glory on the steps of the Sydney Opera House in 2010.
Snapchat has received a timely boost with respected Amazon executive Tim Stone agreeing to come on board.
He’s a Pulitzer Prize winning film critic. She’s a New York Times technology reporter. Together, they’re Still Processing, 2018’s most essential podcast.
It’s been an eventful time at the NBL lately, with the Australian league welcoming home Andrew Bogut, its most high-profile signing to date, and presiding over record crowd numbers.
Tinder's stock took a hit when Mark Zuckerberg declared he wanted to help Facebook's 200 million 'single' members find love, and this has led to some brutal responses from the owners of the popular dating app.
Amazon.com Inc has reportedly agreed to fork out $65 million a year to renew its streaming deal with the NFL for Thursday night fixtures, while at the same time announcing a price hike to its subscription service.
Disgraced comedian and actor Bill Cosby may spend the rest of his life behind bars after being found guilty of three counts of sexual assault.
The actor who voices Apu on The Simpsons is willing to step aside from the role having considered the negative impact the character has on the South Asian community.
In a packed press conference this morning, Andrew Bogut — the former NBA #1 draft pick — confirmed he had signed a two-year deal in the Australian domestic competition.
After banning gay content on Friday, Chinese social media giant Sina Weibo has reversed its decision amid swift and overwhelming opposition from the public.
A highly exclusive dating app is being accused of promoting class segregation, but the founder insists it's just about bringing people with similar interests together.
There's nothing left to prove for the champion mare, but a win tomorrow will see her equal Black Caviar's record of 25-straight victories.
Foxtel and Seven West Media have reportedly won the partnership rights to broadcast the cricket, which will result in a swag of blockbuster Big Bash matches being shown exclusively on pay-TV.
If you don't want targeted ads on your news feed then you'll have to pay for it, says Mark Zuckerberg.
Sources close to the band say musical differences regarding the tour were behind Fleetwood Mac's decision to replace Buckingham with Neil Finn and Mike Campbell.
With competitors Amazon and Alphabet making significant strides in the machine learning and AI sector, Apple has headhunted one of Google's key players to ensure it keeps pace.
There were winners on and off the track at the 2018 Dubai World Cup – with world-class thoroughbreds, stunning fashion and outstanding entertainment.
The Swedish music streaming company listed on the New York Stock Exchange without a safety net, and the result was one of the largest ever first-day valuations for a tech company.
With April Fool’s Day just behind us, we look at some of the best hoaxes from well-known companies.
Australia's summer of tennis is heading to Channel 9, with the network outbidding long-time broadcaster Seven in a whopping $300 million deal.
Brand partners are quickly distancing themselves from Cricket Australia, and players Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft, as the commercial toll of the ball-tampering scandal becomes clearer.
State governments cracked down on Lottoland betting on domestic lotteries last year, and now the federal government is looking to stop synthetic lotteries from even operating in the country.
The Socceroos may be withdrawn from the FIFA World Cup in Russia if the British government pulls England from the tournament.
Australian journalist Tracey Spicer has launched NOW Australia with the help of likeminded celebrities – a crowd-funding campaign and not-for-profit organisation that aims to raise A$250,000 to assist victims of sexual harassment and assault.
Ralph Peters was 'long proud' of his association with Fox News, now the colourful commentator is just 'ashamed'.
The troubled billionaire businessman has stepped down from the board in the wake of relationship breakdowns, ill-fated business decisions, and his implication in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption scandal.
Rihanna is the latest A-list celebrity to damage the reputation of Snapchat, after she shamed the under-fire social media app for an ad which seems to mock domestic violence.
The list of Mattel's "shero" dolls lengthens as a host of wonder women are honoured with miniature models of themselves.
The former Los Angeles Laker’s Dear Basketball won an Academy Award for best animated short film, continuing a trend towards sports stars taking charge of their own media narratives.
News Corp and Telstra are inching closer to the public listing of the combined Foxtel entity, after the two parties indicated the merger will be finalised within the next four months.
Spotify has filed for a direct public offering, a risky listing strategy that could see its ordinary shares dive "significantly and rapidly".
In a week, Vero has gone from obscurity to the hottest app in social media. But its rise in popularity has been matched by the shady business dealings of its founder.
Revellers in Oxford Street on Saturday night for Mardi Gras will be free to roam between venues in the wee hours, thanks to the government's goodwill gift to the LGBTIQ community.
An inquiry has begun to ascertain what personal information the tech giants are gathering on their Australian consumers.
Couples looking to get hitched in Sin City this Valentine's Day can get their licences at the baggage collection area next to a 24-hour flower vending machine and bottle shop.
South Koreans were left irate when an American commentator said the unthinkable about Japan.
Tourism Australia's prank movie teasers were so good, its American viewers are demanding the film gets made.
Telstra saw itself owning the 'next Youtube' but its huge investment in a Silicon Valley start-up came to nought.
On the eve of the Foxtel-Fox Sports merger, Peter Tonagh feels 'the time is right' to move on, paving the way for Patrick Delany's succession.
David Beckham's ownership consortium is celebrating the Major League Soccer's decision to green-light Miami's inclusion in the top-flight competition.
Mark Zuckerberg announced plans to start filtering out fake news on the social media network, which has prompted Rupert Murdoch to call for reputable news outlets to receive a carriage fee for their work.
The Times has pipped ABC News and CNN to take out the inaugural Fakeys, as Trump names and shames the news agencies that he believes outshone the others with their "dishonesty and bad reporting".
A game reserve body in Namibia has produced a tongue-in-cheek video promoting the nation as the number one "s***hole country" in Africa.
Donald Trump is expected to reveal the winners of his "dishonesty and bad reporting" awards on January 17, and comedians Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah have done everything within their power to be recognised for leading the public astray.
The 12-time grand slam champion blindsided a number of his fellow tennis stars in Melbourne when he revealed a plot to start a players-only union and hold the ATP to ransom.
The Fed Express has tried to shrug off red hot favouritism for the Australian Open, but individual sport's greatest ever prize-money earner has his work cut out doing so.
Oprah Winfrey's partner says she would "absolutely" run for president, as calls for her candidacy grow stronger in the wake of her stirring acceptance speech at the Golden Globes.
State of the Union host Jake Tapper wanted to talk about explosive accusations in Fire and Fury, Stephen Miller wanted to expose CNN as fake news. In the end a heated interview was cut short, POTUS applauded, and security had to be called to remove the guest.
Detectives have begun investigating the former Neighbours star over shocking allegations of sexual assault during The Rocky Horror Picture Show Tour in 2014.
The government proposal would see Australians pay at least $1.50 a standard drink... that means $45 for the humble four-litre wine cask.
Britain First, American Renaissance and League of the South have had their accounts suspended, but former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and other high-profile white nationalists have avoided the cull as Twitter's new policy enforcement raises eyebrows.
With Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson to sell his stake at season's end, Diddy has thrown his hat in the ring, saying it is time the NFL had an African-American majority owner.
With two of the 'big six' Hollywood studios set to unify, the likes of Warner Bros. and Universal will have their work cut out staying competitive.
The Oscar-winning actress says her rejection of his relentless sexual advances saw him spiral into rage and threaten her life.
Donald Trump accusers say his actions can't be swept under the rug any longer, and a New York senator calls for his immediate resignation over "heartbreaking" testimony.
After big-name companies recently pulled advertising with the Google-owned platform, YouTube is set to spend big to better control its content.
Despite pleading guilty to child pornography charges, the former A Current Affair reporter has been given a three year good behaviour bond.
A 17-month doping investigation has turned up enough evidence to blanket ban the Russians from competing in next year's Olympics in South Korea.
One of Australia's best loved executives has sadly passed away after an inspirational fight with the "worst brain cancer you can get".
Tony Mestrov will take up one of the toughest administration jobs in the country, after being named new CEO of Greyhound NSW.
British MPs ask Mark Zuckerberg to search for evidence of Russian meddling.
Channel Nine rejects suggestions there was inequality between Lisa’s new deal and Karl’s salary.
Hustler publisher wants Trump out of the White House, so he's asked the public to dish the dirt to get him impeached.
Super sprint sits alongside the Dubai and Pegasus World Cups as one of the richest horse races in the world.
Weinstein’s alma mater joins long line of institutions and Hollywood personalities to turn its back on the disgraced Hollywood producer.
Australian free-to-air TV will be without family favourites The Simpsons and Modern Family, as fallout over the Ten Network’s ownership sees 21st Century Fox back away.