On 25 April, Australia pays tribute to those who have served and died in military and peacekeeping conflicts.
Large crowds gather at a Newcastle shopping mall in 1969 to see 'Skippy' with her handler, Scotty Denholm. Skippy's popularity saw huge crowds turn out on this national tour.
Six-year-old Gunningbland primary school student Shane Hourigan wins a Christmas card design competition. The tiny school west of Parkes has just eight students.
Finalists in Brisbane radio station 4KQ's annual Christmas lights competition are announced with a look at many of the impressive entries.
In one of the more interesting uses of the Sydney Opera House, martial arts film star Jackie Chan films a battle sequence atop the sails of the building.
Kylie’s fans in the gay community have been key to her success as an artist.
This short news story from October 1999 covers the launch of Kylie, the self-titled book, at Selfridges – a high-end department store in London.
The newsreader for this short piece about Kylie’s new wax figure at Madame Tussauds refers to her by one of her many nicknames – Pop Princess.
This is a fine example of a beat-up media story about Kylie Minogue that originated in the UK tabloid press and was based on hearsay.
This news segment is proof that Kylie mastered the art of reinventing herself early in her career, capturing the moment when she went from TV soap's girl-next-door and pop princess to film star.