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Lawrence Money, one of Australia’s most experienced journalists, has twice been voted Victoria’s best newspaper columnist by the Melbourne Press Club. He has written four books, invented a best-selling board game and treads the professional speaking circuit with the Saxton agency. His Money’s Melbourne column profiles the famous, the outlandish and the quiet achievers of Melbourne.
Lawrence Money The versatile performer is excited to be singing for an Australian audience.
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Lawrence Money The former gallery director looks back on a career filled with the biggest names in Australian art.
Lawrence Money The ever-versatile performer is used to swimming against the tide.
Lawrence Money Lawrence Money lunches with charming philanthropist Lady Primrose Potter.
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Lawrence Money This year's Moomba queen has her plate full with a budding Bollywood career and a law degree to boot.
Lawrence Money The world of theatre can be merciless, but it has a unique allure.
Lawrence Money A unique cross-Collins Street recital will see up to 2000 people listen to half a concert on the grand organ at the town hall then walk across to the Regent to hear the other half on that theatre's...
Lawrence Money After half a century of filming, the haunted studio in St Kilda is being bulldozed, along with its memories and its ghost
Lawrence Money He wrote the anthem for Australia's football code but he's just discovered his Irish heart.
Lawrence Money This no-nonsense 82-year-old Aboriginal activist, named Australian of the Year in 1984, is still fighting battles for her people.
Lawrence Money Famed Australian conductor Richard Bonynge chooses Don Bradman's grand-daughter to star in what may be his farewell operatic performance in Melbourne.
Lawrence Money After four years at the reception desk of Melbourne's National Music Academy, Bethany Simons turned her job into a stage musical.
Lawrence Money Celia Pacquola can make light of almost any situation but just don't mention Swedish room service.
Lawrence Money The tomato, ingredient for the 'dead horse' Aussies traditionally slop over their meat pies, was once a less celebrated vegetable.
Lawrence Money The dust jacket on one rare edition of Lady Chatterley’s Lover is made of silken cloth but it is the graphic design that catches the eye - a woman’s groin with embroidered flowers in...
Lawrence Money He's had his ups and downs, but former chart-topper Leo Sayer remains perennially perky.
Lawrence Money Decades have passed since Young was a star, but he's still a very recognisable face.