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Menulog co-founder leads Sydney's billionaire building boom

Menulog co-founder leads Sydney's billionaire building boom

The city is in the grip of a building boom at the very pointy end of the market, where no expense is being spared.

  • by Andrew Hornery

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The smell of profit lingers with each spray of Eau de Warnie
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Shane Warne

The smell of profit lingers with each spray of Eau de Warnie

Shane Warne is the latest celebrity to whack his name on a "refined yet bold" bottle of perfume.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Former soap star Susan Hannaford quiet in eye of media storm
Alan Jones

Former soap star Susan Hannaford quiet in eye of media storm

Susan Hannaford has not been heard from since she announced she was suing Seven and New Idea two years ago.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Woman shot dead at NFL team party in home of former Australian soap star
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Woman shot dead at NFL team party in home of former Australian soap star

A woman has died after being shot inside a wild party thrown at the multimillion-dollar Hollywood Hills home of former Australian television soap star Susan Hannaford.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Don't go breaking my heart: the day Elton married Renate in Sydney
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Elton John

Don't go breaking my heart: the day Elton married Renate in Sydney

The rock star's Sydney nuptials captivated the world, but nearly four decades on his ex-wife is now suing over their public airing in the Rocketman film and Elton's biography.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Carla Zampatti's 'very boring' dinner with George Pell
Celebrity

Carla Zampatti's 'very boring' dinner with George Pell

Fashion icon Carla Zampatti believes dinners at her private estate in Woollahra are "all very boring". PS begs to differ.

  • by Andrew Hornery
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The heady days of a once-great magazine industry are long gone
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Opinion

The heady days of a once-great magazine industry are long gone

The latest round of media executions courtesy of recently sold Bauer Media gave me pause to reflect.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Hotel quarantine exposes celebrity pecking order
Nicole Kidman

Hotel quarantine exposes celebrity pecking order

Dannii Minogue and Nicole Kidman were granted exemptions, but spare a thought for Anthony LaPaglia and Jane Seymour.

  • by Andrew Hornery
'Everyone's head spinning' as Bauer axes eight magazines
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'Everyone's head spinning' as Bauer axes eight magazines

There will be devastating flow-on effects from Bauer Media Group's decision to close magazines including the flagship fashion magazine Harper's BAZAAR Australia.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Same script, different network: if you want loyalty in television, get a dog
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Opinion

Same script, different network: if you want loyalty in television, get a dog

You'd be forgiven for feeling a little unfaithful when it comes to the remote control with all this network bed-hopping going on.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Murdoch dynasty doco a no-show in Australia
Celebrity

Murdoch dynasty doco a no-show in Australia

Despite garnering plenty of attention in Britain, a new documentary about Rupert Murdoch and his family has been ignored by both commercial broadcasters and the ABC.

  • by Andrew Hornery