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 Being Mrs Packer isn't easy argues SMH columnist Andrew Hornery.
Andrew Hornery From the outside looking in, James Packer appeared to be the living, breathing personification of that cliche ''the man who has everything''.
Andrew Hornery The ''acres'' of silk carpets remain in pristine condition, the priceless art collection hanging on the walls awaits admirers and a single foot is yet to step on much of the manicured, lush green...
Andrew Hornery Angelina Jolie is one of Hollywood's biggest stars, but she was just another passenger aboard the small Qantas Dash 8 which touched down in Tamworth on Wednesday morning.
Andrew Hornery In the end, it was not about the vast $6 billion family fortune, the superyachts or the international property portfolio when James Packer met his lawyers and his soon-to-be ex wife Erica Baxter...
Andrew Hornery Just 48 hours after confirming his six-year marriage had abruptly come to an end, James Packer has escaped to the high seas with his close friend and fellow mogul, Lachlan Murdoch.
Andrew Hornery With her bump difficult to conceal on the red carpet, the couple decided it was best to make their news public.
Andrew Hornery No other city in the world celebrates its ''rock-star chefs'' with quite the same gusto as we do in Sydney - but have we created a monster?
Andrew Hornery Angelina Jolie, her six children and sizeable entourage (which at one point included 12 nannies but appears to be reduced these days with just a couple of nannies, two chefs, a clutch of personal...
Andrew Hornery On the eve of his 46th birthday, billionaire casino mogul James Packer’s six-year marriage to former model and the mother of his three children, Erica Baxter, 36, has come to an end.
Andrew Hornery Hollywood A-lister Angelina Jolie is due to touch down in Sydney early on Friday morning, the actor coming to Australia to direct new World War II drama Unbroken.
Andrew Hornery This week I Googled the term ''twerking''. Oh my, what an assortment of results it turned up, but nothing quite as shocking as the mock outrage and tut-tutting that filled the airwaves this week...
Andrew Hornery For the likes of celebrity trainer Gai Waterhouse, a day at Royal Randwick was never complete without a canter through the swish marquees filled with champagne bars, celebrities and the city's movers...
Andrew Hornery Ricky Martin's performance at the NRL grand final is shaping up to be an extravagant affair inspired by the hit television show Game of Thrones.
Andrew Hornery What a bunch of cry babies. Night after night, the tears are flowing fast and a little too freely on our TV screens.
Andrew Hornery Yes, it's that time of the year again. This week, PS has followed the migratory patterns of Australia's super yacht set to the Whitsunday Islands for the Audi Hamilton Island Race Week.
Andrew Hornery In public, they are famous for having the thickest of hides, and yet in truth, they are probably the most thin-skinned identities you could imagine.
Andrew Hornery Chatter among residents in the corridors of Eastpoint Tower in Edgecliff this week has centred on the departure of one of its more troubled residents: former Olympic swimming star turned ice addict...
Andrew Hornery It's probably the most hackneyed plea from inside the celebrity bubble: ''Please respect our privacy.''
Andrew Hornery The frantic scenes of women rummaging through racks of designer frocks unceremoniously hanging under fluorescent lights inside Leichhardt Town Hall a week ago was a far cry from the glamorous runway...