ABC.net.au - Entertainment Heysen masterpiece discovered in Germany breaks auction record 2017-05-28T17:55:29.000000000+10:00 A Hans Heysen watercolour that was discovered at a deceased estate in Germany earlier this year sells for a record-breaking $110,000 at an auction in Adelaide, with the winning bidder promising to put the masterpiece on display in his family restaurant. Southern rock music pioneer Gregg Allman dead at 69 2017-05-28T14:39:54.000000000+10:00 Gregg Allman, whose bluesy vocals and soulful touch on the Hammond B-3 organ helped propel the Allman Brothers Band to superstardom and spawn southern rock, dies aged 69. Why Sgt Pepper was a decisive moment for Western civilisation 2017-05-28T08:40:36.000000000+10:00 Like Kennedy's assassination and the first moon landing, most people who remember the 60s also recall where they were the first time they heard Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Winter Olympic ski-jump training ramp axed at Lennox Head on far north coast 2017-05-27T17:14:17.000000000+10:00 The New South Wales Government has backflipped on plans to build a Winter Olympic ski-jump training ramp on the state's far north coast. Rock legends turn out to remember Chris Cornell 2017-05-27T14:11:44.000000000+10:00 Musicians, film stars and devastated fans gather to remember rocker Chris Cornell, as the Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman is buried in the Garden of Legends at a famous cemetery in Hollywood. Jamaican dancehall style brings fresh vibes to Australian streets 2017-05-27T12:54:31.000000000+10:00 The gritty, mesmerising and extremely energetic dance style "dancehall" makes its way to Australian streets, by way of a Zambian migrant with a passion for movement. How 'the keeper of miracles' Phillip Maisel found his twin sister and his purpose 2017-05-27T08:15:18.000000000+10:00 Phillip Maisel says surviving the holocaust was a miracle, but without a chance encounter that led him back to his twin sister, he would have been left with nothing to live for. The home sewers saying no to fast fashion 2017-05-27T07:00:39.000000000+10:00 Interest in home sewing is on the rise as people embrace the craft of making their own clothes and limiting "fast fashion" waste. Get over the 'girt': Why does everyone think our anthem is flawed? 2017-05-27T06:04:43.000000000+10:00 Advance Australia Fair is no dancefloor banging Hey Ya, Ben Pobjie writes. But then a national anthem should not aspire to be a catchy pop song to wave your lighter to. Dark Mofo cancels, reissues tickets for Nitsch art show due to protest plot 2017-05-27T00:15:28.000000000+10:00 Fears of a plot to sabotage an upcoming controversial art show featuring a freshly-slaughtered animal leads MONA to cancel and reissue tickets due to concerns for the "safety of the artist, performers and audience".