Artist transforms historic building into delicious treat

ARTIST David Bromley has transformed one of Brisbane's historic buildings - the Peters Ice Cream Factory - into an artistic wonderland.

Ahn Do the choice of the people in Archibald Prize

WINNER: Painter, comedian and author Anh Do is the people's choice.

Painter, comedian and author Anh Do is the people's choice.

Mona Lisa nude: Topless sketch linked to famous portrait

Mona Lisa.

"The way the face and hands are rendered ... is truly remarkable."

'Trevor' fetches top gong for artist

A WINNING DOG: Central Coast Council administrator Ian Reynolds congratulates Chris Ireland on her Grandma Moses Art Competition win, and inset, the winning picture ‘Trevor’.

Artist claims "it was a lovely" shock to win.

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South Sea Islander groups look for a solution to a 150 year problem

RECOGNITION, employment and services were a few of the issues raised at a discussion between government members and South Sea Islander groups

Tapestry of Indian culture on display

EVENT: Divulge in Indian culture and art when Confluence: A Festival of India makes its way to Bundaberg.

Confluence: A Festival of India

Blown away but not by wind

CLASSIC RIDE: Take the cable car to the botanic gardens.

New Zealand's cool capital is bursting with creativity and character

Food and fun at Lismore's Fusion Festival

WELCOME: Mahmudur Rahman, of Bangladesh, shares his vision of community in the photographic and poetry exhibition.

Celebrate what makes us different and the same

Japanese artist brings international flavour to the Coast

ART DISPLAY: Yaroomba Beach senior development manager Evan Aldridge , artist Akira Murata, and Wyn Vogel from Fish Lane Studios.

Acclaimed Japanese artist brings stunning works to Sunshine Coast

Opinion: Think clearly on 'our' national day

TO CHANGE OR NOT TO CHANGE: Glenn Morrison investigates the cultural storm surrounding Australia Day, January 26.

Many Indigenous Australians refer to the day as Invasion Day

How the Maroochy Music and Visual Arts Festival will look

Lucas Salton with his electronic spider.

SNEAK PEAK: Check out how this weekend's festival is shaping up

Book review: Bucket List of 1000 adventures big and small

WHATEVER your dreams, this book will help you tick them off your lifelong to do list.

Who said people don't read books anymore?

Volunteers Lachlan and Aidan Stone from Toowoomba who helped set up the Bookfest and serve the many customers.

That myth was de bunked at the 4th Annual Quota Bookfest.

Soggy summer pages a thing of the past

SUMMER READING: Amazon has released in time for the Australian summer a waterproof Kindle.

Forget wet pages with this summer reading tool.

Book Review: Dawn French's fabulous diary

BOOK REVIEW: The fabulously funny Dawn French returns to the stage with a her first non-fiction book.

Enjoy an interactive life ramble with the comedic Dawn French.

Online clue may reveal Bachelorette winner

WEEKS ago, most people put their money on Stu Laundy to win Sophie Monk’s heart on The Bachelorette. But this may prove we were all wrong.

Have You Been Paying Attention: How Celia stole the show

The panel on Have You Been Paying Attention last night.

Viewers rave about Celia Pacquola’s performance.

MOVIE REVIEW: Geostorm takes disaster genre to new lows

Gerard Butler and Alexandra Maria Lara in a scene from Geostorm.

CLICHE-ridden film will have you rolling your eyes.

Block judges: Only one couple can win it

The Block judges Neale Whitaker, Shaynna Blaze and Darren Palmer. Picture: Julie Kiriacoudis

One particular couple is a shoo-in to win this season.

The secret GoT episode that will never air

Kit Harington has revealed that there’s an episode of Game of Thrones that never made it to air.

THE cast filmed a secret episode that will never be shown on TV.

REVIEW: The Walking Dead s8 e1 - Mercy

Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes in a scene from the season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead. Supplied by Foxtel.

*Warning this story contains spoilers about the season 8 premiere*

Big changes afoot for Real Housewives of Sydney

The first season of Real Housewives of Sydney was drama-filled, even by Housewives standards.

PRODUCERS test out new castmate after a volatile first season.