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'Shocking' level of sexual harassment at music festivals
Up to 43% of women under 40, who have been to a music festival, say they have faced unwanted sexual behaviour.
Dutch PinkPop festival: Man held over hit-and-run death
Police arrest a suspect after a vehicle hit four people at the end of the Pinkpop music festival
John Travolta mob film Gotti gets whacked by critics
The actor's troubled biopic of crime boss John Gotti gets a rare 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Selfie mistakes: Sorry, but that is not a celebrity
A Labour MP is thrilled to have his photo taken with Clean Bandit but he'd unfortunately posed with the wrong people.
Beyonce and Jay-Z release joint album
Beyonce and Jay-Z have surprised fans by releasing a joint album called Everything is Love.
Taking a stand against sexism and racism in the advertising industry
Magazine editor Sherry Collins is taking a stand after being confused for a prostitute at a media event.
David Dimbleby to leave Question Time
The presenter will leave the political debate show in December after 25 years to return to reporting.
Father's Day tribute to Chris Cornell
The late singer's daughter posted a duet of the pair singing, saying she missed his love every day.
Russian conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky dies at 87
He made his name by popularising pieces which were all but banned in the former Soviet Union.
Spencer Tunick: Melbourne Woolworths to allow nude photo shoot
Woolworths says US artist Spencer Tunick can use its rooftop car park, reversing an earlier decision.