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The top 7 tactics industry uses against public health

There is a constant battle between industries that produce items that increase our risk for non-communicable diseases, and public health advocates.


Encore Melaka is a dazzling theatre journey through history

Encore Melaka is a journey through the historic state’s rich past, showcasing warm tradition and special effects.


'Young Sheldon' and 'Big Little Lies' star Iain Armitage, 9, makes his mark

You might have hated Iain Armitage as the evil kid in 'Big Little Lies', but you can’t help loving him as Sheldon Cooper in the hit sitcom 'Young Sheldon'.


This man stole Frances McDormand's Oscar trophy leaving the actress in tears

The man arrested for swiping Frances McDormand's Oscar trophy paraded a golden statue around an Academy Awards after-party and emphatically boasted he'd won the award himself. 


Real places in Oscar-nominated (and Oscar-winning!) films you can visit

Some of this year’s Oscar-nominated films like 'Dunkirk' and 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' feature real locations you can actually visit.


Oscar-winner Frances McDormand wants an ‘inclusion rider’. What’s that?

Frances McDormand left the Oscar stage after winning the Best Actress prize on Sunday (March 4) with a call for an “inclusion rider” – an obscure method to increase film production diversity that she hopes will go mainstream.


Oscars spreads awards love to 'The Shape Of Water', tackles #MeToo scandal

'The Shape Of Water', 'Dunkirk' are big winners at the 90th Academy Awards, the final glitzy ceremony to cap off a tumultuous awards season.


Live Update: 2018 Oscars

Follow as we bring you live updates from the most anticipated awards ceremony in show business - the Academy Awards.


'Dunkirk' to 'Shape Of Water', listen to Oscar nominees for Best Original Score

Competing with Alexandre Desplat's music for 'The Shape Of Water'; is Jonny Greenwood’s score for 'Phantom Thread', Carter Burwell’s for 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri', Hans Zimmer’s for 'Dunkirk', and John Williams for 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'.

Movie Review

‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’: A rallying cry against brutality

The BAFTA and Golden Globe-winning film, also nominated for multiple Oscars, tackles the nature of violence, and looks at grief and pervasiveness of despair too.