Television drama Killing Eve dominates this year's Bafta nominations.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge's drama, starring Jodie Comer as a psychopathic killer and Sandra Oh as an MI5 operative, has bagged 14 nominations for the TV awards.
Fellow BBC drama A Very English Scandal, about politician Jeremy Thorpe's downfall, is also high in the nominations list with 12.
Ant and Dec have been nominated for best entertainment performance for Saturday Night Takeaway, despite Ant stepping down from presenting the show following his arrest for drink-driving.
The ITV show is also in the running for best entertainment program, alongside Britain's Got Talent, Strictly Come Dancing and Michael McIntyre's Big Show, while X Factor has been snubbed.
BBC thriller Bodyguard has five nominations and is up for drama series, alongside Killing Eve, Save Me and Informer.
The interim NSW opposition leader has called on the premier to stand up to climate sceptics in her party and appoint an environment minister who "actually understands the portfolio".
Penny Sharpe on Thursday said Premier Gladys Berejiklian had to appoint an environment minister who cared about the issues.
"The new environment minister must be someone who can hold their own in cabinet against rapacious anti-environment sentiment and climate change sceptics, including Treasurer Dominic Perrottet," Ms Sharpe said in a statement.
Mr Perrottet in 2015 said spending taxpayer money on some climate change measures was a "gratuitous waste".
The Treasurer has stood by the comments although last week he said he had always believed in the science of climate change.
Gabrielle Upton is the current environment minister but it's widely expected she will be dumped from the portfolio this weekend when Ms Berejiklian reshapes her cabinet after Saturday's election win.
As if the beleaguered Sunwolves didn't have enough on their plate dealing with Super Rugby's new try-scoring king Israel Folau on Friday night.
Now it's potentially double trouble for the bottom-placed and soon-to-be-extinct Sunwolves, with Folau's younger brother John in line to make his NSW Waratahs debut at Newcastle's McDonald Jones Stadium
John Folau, in his maiden season at the Waratahs after switching codes from rugby league, was promoted to the bench on Thursday after winger Curtis Rona was ruled out with a groin injury.
While Alex Newsome will start as Rona's replacement, the 24-year-old Folau is almost certain to be unleashed on the Sunwolves at some point in the second half.
A former Queensland under-20s rugby league representative, Folau played one Test for Tonga in the 13-man code and three NRL games for Parramatta before joining Israel at the Waratahs in the off-season.
Waratahs assistant coach Chris Whitaker, who also coached Folau in last year's National Rugby
Championship, is confident the rookie will handle the step up.
"He's taken huge progression," Whitaker said on match eve.
"Before he came in, he hadn't played rugby union before.
"He's obviously watched his brother play so he's learnt a fair bit off his brother.
"But he's been good. He's been in there doing extra hours and just learning positional play.
"Naturally he's an athlete. He's got all the attributes to be a top player. Now it's just about getting game time."
Getting the call-up so late will also help, Whitaker believes.
"He doesn't have the build-up that he would have (had), and the nerves. He's coming in late so I think it will be good for him," Whitaker said.
"He can switch straight back in to it and enjoy it. Just play his natural game.
"Sometimes he's got a tendency to over-think. He's just a natural player that I think he's just got to back himself and his instincts will just kick in.
"So don't think too much and just play."
Wallabies superstar Israel Folau, who last week joined former Blues and All Blacks winger Doug Howlett as Super Rugby's all-time joint top try scorer with 59 five-pointers, has been a key figure in his brother's transition to the 15-man code.
"They've been pretty good at training. They run at each other and they gee each other up a fair bit," Whitaker said.
"So it's good. I dare say Izzy will look after him on the field and show him the ropes."
A man who has accused a NSW magistrate of sexually assaulting him when he was a teenager stopped one assault by getting on all fours and pretending to be a dog, a jury has heard.
Graeme Bryan Curran, 68, has pleaded not guilty in the NSW District Court to indecently assaulting the boy nine times between 1981 and 1983 when he was aged between 13 and 15.
In his closing address on Thursday, prosecutor Mark Hobart SC said that during an alleged assault on a three-day sailing trip the boy pretended to be a dog and ran away from the magistrate.
“I was a scared s***less dog trying to get away from a f***ing certain disaster,” the complainant said.
The ancestral remains of 37 indigenous people will be returned to Australia from London's Natural History Museum.
Narungga community representatives from South Australia, Douglas Milera and Professor Peter Buckskin, travelled to the UK to attend the handover ceremony on Tuesday night Australian time.
They received the remains of an ancestor who will be cared for at the South Australian Museum until the community is ready to conduct a reburial ceremony.
The SA Museum will also look after another seven repatriated ancestral remains.
The remaining 29 ancestral remains will go to the National Museum of Australia until the Ngarrindjeri, Far West Coast, Kaurna and Flinders Ranges communities are ready to lay them to rest.
"This return is a significant event for our country," Arts Minister Mitch Fifield said in a statement distributed in Australia.