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Senior journalist Andrew Hornery is the man behind The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney column. If they are worth knowing about, they are on the PS radar.

Radio jock sues station claiming he was 'discriminated for being gay'

Radio jock sues station claiming he was 'discriminated for being gay'

Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O's top rating radio show has been named in a new lawsuit accusing radio network of bullying and homophobia over sacked personality

  • by Andrew Hornery

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The showbiz side of politics

The showbiz side of politics

Couples dressing, meat pies and Big Macs - the art of selling Australia's politicians is more showbiz than policy.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Women in murdered gangster John Macris' life reveal his other side

Women in murdered gangster John Macris' life reveal his other side

Fast cars, luxury mansions, flash wardrobes and designer women: murdered Sydney gangster John Macris certainly laid claim to the lot in his 46 years.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Campaign to rebuild Karl Stefanovic's battered reputation backfires

Campaign to rebuild Karl Stefanovic's battered reputation backfires

A new "top secret" strategy to rebuild the Today co-host's battered and bruised reputation has already hit a snag.

  • by Andrew Hornery
PS: A confused Honey Badger plays outside his natural habitat

PS: A confused Honey Badger plays outside his natural habitat

Have the fun police reined in the fun at Flemington? Not for Nick Cummins.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Marquee stars make their mark on Melbourne Cup day

Marquee stars make their mark on Melbourne Cup day

The Honey Badger and Bill Shorten walk into a bar. Sounds like a joke, right?

  • by Andrew Hornery
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Lexus trots out slightly startled show pony Macpherson for Derby Day

Lexus trots out slightly startled show pony Macpherson for Derby Day

Just as the winning thoroughbreds are paraded around the mounting yard, so too was Australia's original show pony, Elle Macpherson, the star attraction in the people watching stakes at Derby Day 2018.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Radio queen Jackie O's crown intact despite split

Radio queen Jackie O's crown intact despite split

Jackie O was able to keep secret her break-up from husband of 15 years, Lee Henderson, for months.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Ros Packer celebrates with hundreds of nearest and dearest - but no James

Ros Packer celebrates with hundreds of nearest and dearest - but no James

Ros Packer held centre court at birthday celebrations with about 200 friends and family - including former daughter-in-law Erica.

  • by Andrew Hornery
The other Aussie TV classics I'd love to see rebooted

The other Aussie TV classics I'd love to see rebooted

Sigrid Thornton helps dust off Australian television archives to reboot SeaChange, but will the classics sink or swim?

  • by Andrew Hornery
PS: Meghan and Harry's right royal pain

PS: Meghan and Harry's right royal pain

With a personal entourage of 10, things were bound to get a little cramped around the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

  • by Andrew Hornery