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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT – DICKO DELIVERS A BOMBSHELL
Last night Dicko delivered a bombshell which left contestants feeling as if they'd eaten a cheap redang curry from a dodgy street stall.
SEVEN to cover Australia's one-day International Cricket Series in England
The Seven Network today secured the free to air broadcast television rights to Australia's forthcoming one day international cricket programme in England.
A TASTE OF THINGS TO COME
MY RESTAURANT RULES welcomes first customers on THURSDAY MARCH 3
ALL SAINTS FOR NEW ZEALAND
The successful Australian medical drama All Saints has been acquired by Prime Television New Zealand on a run-of-series basis.
BANK THREE TURNS THE TABLES
MY RESTAURANT RULES - 7.30PM SUNDAY ON CHANNEL SEVEN
REALITY CHEQUE - Staff wanted for MY RESTAURANT RULES
Employment interviews to be held Monday February 21
SEVEN'S BROADCAST OF THE EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO
Tony Squires will host Channel Seven's broadcast of The Edinburgh Military Tattoo “A Salute to Australia”.
THE AMAZING RACE EP 4: COUNTING BEARS IS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE
9.30pm THURSDAY ON SEVEN
LOST FOR WORDS AS SEVEN RULES THURSDAY NIGHT
An Amazing night for Seven as it cleaned up with a 36% share of the prime time audience.
MY RESTAURANT RULES OPENS FOR BUSINESS
Before the MY RESTAURANT RULES cameras even started rolling, contestants were hard at work planning their posh eateries.
Leaders' Debate – Live and Exclusive ON SEVEN
Tomorrow night WA voters will get their only chance to see Premier Geoff Gallop and Opposition leader Colin Barnett go head to head in a one-hour commercial-free television debate broadcast across the state.
WHEELS AND DOUBLE DEALS ON THE NEW LOOK DEAL OR NO DEAL
It's the game show that has revolutionised the 5.30pm timeslot on Australian television. In 2005 DEAL OR NO DEAL returns with more prizes, more cold hard cash, and more temptation.
DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES PREMIERES TO HUGE AUDIENCE
Last night's premiere episode of Desperate Housewives had a sensational debut easily winning its 8.30pm timeslot right across Australia.
FOUR MILLION VIEWERS FOR THE TENNIS
He may have lost the Australian Open men's final, but Lleyton Hewitt has helped Seven to a massive victory over the rival networks with more than four million viewers tuning in to watch his match against Marat Safin.
Kim Beazley headlines Sunday Sunrise back this Sunday 9:30am
The Seven Network's flagship news and public affairs program “Sunday Sunrise” returns this Sunday January 30 – a week earlier than scheduled - and in a special one-off time slot.
JENNIFER HAWKINS ENTERS THE GREAT OUTDOORS IN 2005
The Seven Network today announced Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins will join the reporting team on The Great Outdoors in 2005.
My Restaurant Rules - The contestants hold the keys.
All five My Restaurant Rules couples now have the keys to their restaurants and are frantically transforming them into their dream restaurant.
DARYL SOMERS SIGNS ON FOR 2nd SERIES
Australian television legend Daryl Somers has signed with the Seven Network for the second series of DANCING WITH THE STARS – the smash hit show of 2004 returning soon to our screens.
SEVEN CONFIRMS GEORGIE PARKER'S DEPARTURE FROM ALL SAINTS
The Seven Network has confirmed Georgie Parker will leave All Saints in 2005.
Seven is the best in coverage of the Olympic Games.
Seven recognised by the International Olympic Committee as the leader in global television coverage of the Games.