More changes are afoot in the world of breakfast television, with the surprise news that Andrew O'Keefe is leaving Weekend Sunrise after more than 12 years as co-host.
Senior journalist Andrew Hornery is the man behind The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney column, keeping tabs on everyone from socialites to social climbers. If they are worth knowing about, you can bet they are on the PS radar.
Malcolm Young and his brother Angus managed to live an extraordinarily quiet life in Sydney despite their global fame and fortune from AC/DC.
The husband of the showbiz reporter and daughter of former federal politician Bronwyn Bishop has died, aged 54.
It's a question being asked around the corridors of Channel Seven, with the 62-year-old and his agent, Sean Anderson, deep in negotiations with Seven bosses for a new contract, said to be worth up to $1 million.
Seventeen months after Reg Grundy died, his widow Joy Chambers Grundy is living through one of her greatest dramas.
Jamie Durie's former employee to hit pay dirt.
Despite what all the naysayers and armchair critics whine about, the Logies remains one of the truly great social spectacles in this country.
This performance is not for the faint-hearted.
The dreary courtyard outside the Leichhardt Library is a world away from the fabulous picture theatres that once graced Sydney, but from today a fascinating new exhibition opens on the library's walls offering a glimpse into the golden years of cinemas in this town.
It was Channel Nine's $15 million gamble that proved to be its greatest masterstroke as audiences switched on in droves to its Ninja Warrior series, much to the dismay of the network's rivals who have hit their own "warped wall".