Paul McCartney’s first album in five years is eclectic, eccentric and has moments of classic weaved throughout. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Today’s Wentworth by-election is massive. Depending on who you’re listening to, the world is set to forever change because of it. Satire alert.
Ryan Gosling and Damien Chazelle’s chronicling of the moon landing is a serious, detailed homage to vanishing American exceptionalism.
According to palaeontologists, the T-Rex was actually far pudgier than we thought. It doesn’t want to be fed…it wants to go for seconds.
In a desperate attempt to bring him to life, Labor is set to push Bill Shorten to undergo a radical procedure. Could work.
Sony’s latest jaunt into the Spider-verse has divided not only audiences and critics, but The Nerd Reserve team as well. So is Venom worth your time?
According to the general assumption, the face you make when in pain is the same when you orgasm. However, one dodgy set of researchers want to remove the lead from our pencils.
In an effort to force him out the door, the Ecuadorian embassy has instituted a raft of very serious house rules for Julian Assange.
According to the lead creator, Rockstar is working “100 hour weeks” to get the title ready. While he’s redacted his statement, it speaks of the permeating culture of the gaming industry.
One weekend punter took to social media to announce his $600 race win, despite the fact he was $9300 down.
While science believes that inclement weather strongly affects our mood, it depends on what seasonal disorder you possess.
With Australia set to uniformly decide who will represent us at the Eurovision song contest, I feel there’s only one man for the job. So, what about he?
Ada Lovelace was a woman two centuries before her time, pioneering the science behind whatever it is you’re reading this on. The true motherboard of computer science.
Chloe Shorten writes exclusively for Fake News on what it is about her husband Bill that encourages people to take so little notice of him.
Trouble in Canberra is afternoon as a presser to deny climate change was cancelled due to an unexpected change in the weather.
This week, a spooky load of teaser trailers dropped, inclusive of the latest Pottermore jaunt. Wands at the ready, dorks.
The man who articulated the final frontier wants to launch Jacinda Ardern’s baby into space. For some reason.
“Maggie Stone” is a great intersection of time and place, where the bias in the narrative spookily echoes what we tolerate in our everyday lives.
As part of The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program, Bailey Mason draws our attention to how Brett Kavanaugh defended SeaWorld in the wake of the Blackfish scandal.
We’re all subject to an odd phenomenon in life, where one name is somehow home to an endless cycle of douchebags. My name is Josh.
Over in Turkey, a pizza boy is facing a decade in jail after he was recorded spitting in his delivery. Seems reasonable. Maybe we should do that here.