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Andrew Hornery is a senior journalist and Private Sydney columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald.

Vale the local where everyone knows your name

Vale the local where everyone knows your name

The sale of Darlinghurst's Green Park Hotel to St Vincent's Hospital marks the latest neighbourhood pub to fall victim to 'progress'.

  • by Andrew Hornery

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High-flying Waterstreet crash lands on struggle street

High-flying Waterstreet crash lands on struggle street

"Right now I'd say I was at the bottom of a hill about to commence the steep ascent to the top", says the barrister who inspired television's Rake series.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Is this the reality Pete Evans intended to manifest?

Is this the reality Pete Evans intended to manifest?

The celebrity chef has morphed from a rainbow loving hippie into an anti-vaxxer, pro-Trump conspiracy theorist, losing millions of dollars in work along the way.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Society doyenne's pooch could soon be facing death row

Society doyenne's pooch could soon be facing death row

Heiress Ros Oatley's beloved great Dane, Abbie, has been accused of biting fundraiser Juliet Potter during a gala event.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Parliament's problem isn't sex but powerful men who judge others: Amber Harrison
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Parliament's problem isn't sex but powerful men who judge others: Amber Harrison

The former lover of ex-Seven West Media CEO Tim Worner says Parliament's 'bonk ban' is ridiculous and the real issue is hypocrisy.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Miranda Kerr's other half, Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, avoids hotel quarantine
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Miranda Kerr's other half, Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, avoids hotel quarantine

The Spiegel has landed, but he has managed to avoid Sydney hotel quarantine; relationship sparks for Hugh Marks and more from Sydney's social front.

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Sheridan might not like 'labels', but they tell our story to the world
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Sheridan might not like 'labels', but they tell our story to the world

Those labels the star finds so troublesome are not just intrinsic to how an individual sees themselves, but also to how the world sees us.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Corby in demand as TV shows pitch for former Bali prison inmate

Corby in demand as TV shows pitch for former Bali prison inmate

After just two nights on SAS Australia, Schapelle Corby endeared herself to hundreds of thousands of viewers.

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Surprise! Berejiklian takes part in a time-honoured political tradition
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Surprise! Berejiklian takes part in a time-honoured political tradition

The Premier's secret affair with Daryl Maguire is somewhat beige compared with the sex scandals other politicians have been embroiled in.

  • by Andrew Hornery
INXS music destined for ambitious live production headed to Broadway, West End

INXS music destined for ambitious live production headed to Broadway, West End

Similar productions, such as Abba's Mamma Mia musical and Queen's We Will Rock You, have become some of the most enduring stage productions ever.

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Loyalty is everything for Packer and the price of treachery is severe
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Loyalty is everything for Packer and the price of treachery is severe

For those who prove their loyalty to Packer, the rewards a sizeable. For those who are perceived as being disloyal, the price is high: complete excommunication.

  • by Andrew Hornery