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 It was the sort of crowd you would expect Charlotte Dawson to turn up in.
Andrew Hornery When Michael Clarke's wife Kyly announced she was embarking on a career as a fashion designer creating glamorous evening gowns, I'm sure I heard Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent groan ...
Andrew Hornery The way Ian Ross sees it, the 73-year-old former king of television news couldn't feel any healthier, and given the circumstances, there is no denying his resilience.
Andrew Hornery It's not every day Bankstown Airport greets an international celebrity aboard a private jet. That calibre of star tends to arrive at Mascot and be greeted by a phalanx of paparazzi.
Andrew Hornery Actor Brad Pitt has made a surprise visit to Sydney on Tuesday morning.
Andrew Hornery I was robbed, I tell you. ROBBED! Last Saturday, PS was on assignment on the glittering Gold Coast covering the Magic Millions yearling sales and horse races.
Andrew Hornery Cate Blanchett may have won the Golden Globe this week, but it was her compatriot Margot Robbie who won Hollywood.
Andrew Hornery Brynne Edelsten has ended her four-year marriage to disgraced medico Geoffrey Edelsten, telling friends she is unable to forgive her publicity-obsessed husband for a reported dalliance with another...
Andrew Hornery You wouldn't blame an American for thinking we Australians had a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock when you look at all the fuss our fellow countrymen and women are making for the annual G'Day...
Andrew Hornery He is mobbed on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City and has an audience of about 40 million people across Asia, but back in his home town of Sydney Adam Williams says he enjoys the simple life, though...
Andrew Hornery Is there anything more ridiculous than celebrity New Year's resolutions?
Andrew Hornery As the last of the fake tan and body glitter is washed down Sydney's sewers, there was no shortage of energy and stamina at any of the parties PS attended over the 36 hours on assignment to cover the...
Andrew Hornery Forget about midnight, it's all about midday in Sydney as a hectic round of New Year's Day parties cranks up across the city.
Andrew Hornery From celebrities of questionable repute to those who simply want to walk among them for a few precious hours and a lot of precious dollars, Sydney's annual 48-hour long New Year's party is shaping up...
Andrew Hornery From celebrities of questionable repute to revellers who simply want to walk among them for a few precious hours and a lot of precious dollars, Sydney's annual 48-hour long New Year's party is...
Andrew Hornery As the countdown to the end of 2013 draws near and the silly season reaches fever pitch, it is time to ponder what may lie ahead in 2014 - with the emphasis firmly placed on the word ''may''.
Andrew Hornery Surprise: Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi arrive in Sydney in March.
Andrew Hornery There are plenty of wedding anniversary parties held at Middle Head's The Gunnery, but it's not every day a Grammy winner performs, not to mention an Oscar winner on the guest list.
Andrew Hornery In polite circles, this time of year is meant to be about the gift of giving.
Andrew Hornery The silly season has begun with the annual migration south of Australia's rich and famous expatriates.