Poundbury has attracted scathing reviews from the moment construction began but something big is happening here recently.
- by Bevan Shields
Johnny Rotten, former Sex Pistols frontman, said he refused to allow God Save the Queen to be included in the Netflix drama because the scripted version of history “never happened”.
- by Anita Singh
Charles and Diana’s 1983 tour of Australia was a slick piece of public relations machinery. The documentary about it, however, struggles to get itself into the air.
- by Michael Idato
Like many another celebrity memoirist, Harry looks set to tell his story with one foot planted mushily in the genre of self-help.
- by David Free
Some say the Duke of Sussex’s upcoming book could help the rest of us to heal. His relatives have had mixed results when trying to teach life lessons to the masses.
- by Samantha Selinger-Morris
The Royals were given little notice about the announcement that Harry was writing the first family memoir since the Duke of Windsor published A King’s Story in 1951.
- by Hille Itale
The split between the Sussexes and the House of Windsor has sparked a PR battle between the duelling duchesses.
- by Kate Halfpenny
China must not be allowed to “sportswash” its genocide of Uighurs, said one MP, referring to the soft power victory Beijing stands to gain from hosting the games.
- by Latika Bourke
Around 2000 visitors a day are expected to pay the equivalent of $30 each for the privilege of a BYO lunch on the royal lawn.
- by William Booth and Karla Adam
30 years ago, a group of high-profile founder members launched the Australian Republican Movement, intent on persuading the nation to cut ties with the British monarchy.
- by Margot Date
Kate Middleton had attended a number of events last week, most prominently the Wimbledon tennis championships on Friday.
- by Michael Holden