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Dylan Voller is suing the media outlets for Facebook comments by readers.

Berejiklian weighs defamation risks of allowing Facebook comments

It comes as Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein said he would ban comments on some of his Facebook posts due to a High Court ruling making media companies liable.

  • by Lisa Visentin

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Freeze orders on billionaire's Point Piper mansion as tax office pursues $272 million

Freeze orders on billionaire's Point Piper mansion as tax office pursues $272 million

As donkeys were being rounded up on the Mid North Coast bushland property of billionaire Phillip Dong Fang Lee and his wife Xiaobei Shi this week the Federal Court froze the couple's assets as the tax office pursues them for $272 million.

  • by Lucy Macken
Woollahra's grandest home Rosemont sells for record $45m

Woollahra's grandest home Rosemont sells for record $45m

A house in Woollahra sold this week for $45 million, but this is no Victorian terrace. It is Rosemont, widely regarded as the suburb's grandest home.

  • by Lucy Macken

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The exterior of Palm Beach Fish and Chips.

‘We would stop and gasp at the sunsets’: Reminiscing on a beachside institution razed to rubble

Virginia Christensen remembers the day Keanu Reeves walked into Palm Beach Fish and Chips: “All the girls had an absolute meltdown at the fryers.”

  • by Angus Thompson
Dr Bella d’Abrera is the government’s pick to join the advisory council of the decaying National Archives.

D’Abrera hoists the flag at the National Archives

There’ll be more blanching over another “reliably conservative” federal government appointment which quietly occurred this month

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook

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