Louise Hall The Sydney paparazzo Jamie Fawcett has agreed not to approach or loiter around former Spice Girl Melanie Brown
Louise Hall All charges against troubled actor Matthew Newton, over allegations he assaulted a taxi driver in Crows Nest last year, were dismissed in a Sydney court today.
Louise Hall Troubled actor Matthew Newton has left a treatment facility in the US and is drug-free, his lawyer, Chris Murphy has told a court.
Louise Hall The lawyer for troubled actor Matthew Newton says his client is overseas living a "peaceful life" away from media attention.
Louise Hall Troubled actor Matthew Newton did not appear in court today on charges that he assaulted a taxi driver.
Louise Hall THE Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan has failed in his attempt to keep secret dozens of documents relating to his fight with the Australia Taxation Office over an alleged multimillion-dollar tax...
Louise Hall AN ACADEMIC who complained to health authorities about a company that marketed a herbal spray as ''the most effective slimming solution available in the world today'' has failed to have an $800,000...
Louise Hall SHARI-LEA HITCHCOCK, the long-term mistress of the late billionaire Richard Pratt, is trying to have four NSW properties included in his estate as part of the dispute over his fortune.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS A UNIFORM ban on smoking in outdoor dining areas being considered by the state government is supported by almost 80 per cent of cafe and restaurant owners and managers, a report by the Heart...
Louise Hall A scheme to force fast food restaurants to list the kilojoule, trans fat and salt content of products on their menus is a step closer to reality.
Louise Hall Almost 15 per cent of preschoolers have abnormally high levels of depression and anxiety, and a difficult temperament at five months of age is the most important early warning sign, a study has found.
Louise Hall People under 50 are experiencing an alarming rise in bowel cancer, and a diet of too much meat and fast food may be to blame, according to cancer experts in the United States.
Louise Hall Australian researchers have discovered the first evidence that exposure to cigarette smoke induces abnormalities in babies' brains, putting them at increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome.