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.
Andrew Hornery Mel Gibson says it's time for the world to leave his anti-Semitic comments in the past.
Andrew Hornery The Royal Knickers are in a twist over the allegedly "extreme" measures paparazzi are taking in order to get pictures of little Prince George.
Andrew Hornery Blustery conditions might not be ideal for one's immaculately coiffed bouffant, but it was the best news a sailor could receive on the high seas of this year's Audi Hamilton Island Race Week
Andrew Hornery Our original supermodel is back booking her last job at 78.
Andrew Hornery They say a mother's love is blind, and while Olivia Newton-John appears to have 20:20 vision when it comes to her own career, things are decidedly more fuzzy when it comes to the showbiz ambitions of...
Andrew Hornery There were no sniffer dogs or security details at Woollahra's Centennial Hotel on Thursday when Rupert Murdoch, his son Lachlan and his two favourite columnists, Miranda Devine and Greg Sheridan,...
Andrew Hornery There is a new woman in millionaire businessman Mark Carnegie's life and she has the sort of aristocratic pedigree fit for a blue-blood, let alone a modern day corporate prince in the antipodes.
Andrew Hornery Tongues are wagging around the Eastern Suburbs about who the new occupants of historic Bronte House are likely to be.
Andrew Hornery Glamorous girlfriends both investigated for alleged drug dealing.
Andrew Hornery PS chats with one of Australia's most successful pop exports of the 1980s.
Andrew Hornery When media baron Rupert Murdoch hosted a lavish lunch at Rose Bay's Catalina restaurant, his security detail was larger than those of previous high profile guests including former US president Bill...
Andrew Hornery When worshiping at the altar of Rupert Murdoch, one does so in style.
Andrew Hornery It is the eternal quest of television's alchemists: finding the right "chemistry" between on-screen personalities to deliver ratings gold.
Andrew Hornery Mariah to pariah, Hero to zero
Andrew Hornery For more than a decade high-powered book publisher Julie Gibbs was the go-to-woman for luxurious, glossy and thoroughly absorbing cookbooks, from Stephanie Alexander's Cook's Companion to...
Andrew Hornery Trump
Andrew Hornery It would appear David Jones' latest celebrity fashion ambassador - rocker Daniel Johns - still has some way to go before earning his sartorial stripes, unless of course hobo-chic is the new black?
Andrew Hornery As the cameras begin rolling on the third season of Foxtel's runaway success The Real Housewives of Melbourne, PS hears some interesting names have been lining up to get on the show.
Andrew Hornery There needs to be a new category at next year's Logies: Best performance in an Eye Roll, for which I predict Delta Goodrem and Gina Liano will be pitched in a battle to the death to...
Andrew Hornery It remains one of the most fabled offices in the country, but for how much longer remains unclear.