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Kylar is The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age's CBD columnist. He recently covered federal politics, business and NSW politics for News Corp.

Hunter or the hunted? Fast life at the small end of town

Hunter or the hunted? Fast life at the small end of town

This fund's tactics show how the rollicking world of small cap investing works.

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Buckingham calls for Di Natale to reverse his position as Greens turmoil spreads

Buckingham calls for Di Natale to reverse his position as Greens turmoil spreads

The Upper House MP facing an accusation of "sexual violence" has written a letter to the Greens leader demanding he reverse his position.

  • by Kylar Loussikian & Alexandra Smith
Forget about the party line, what about the party?

Forget about the party line, what about the party?

Surely between the 74 Coalition MPs on Capital Hill someone could volunteer to man the Christmas party bar late into the evening?

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'I'll get you': NSW Libs hit by allegations of verbal abuse
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'I'll get you': NSW Libs hit by allegations of verbal abuse

The party's federal vice-president is threatening to report a NSW Upper House MP to the police over the alleged abuse.

  • by Kylar Loussikian
Only silks the winners as hotel owners battle in court

Only silks the winners as hotel owners battle in court

It's the architectural equivalent of mine is bigger than yours, featuring Malaysian billionaire Lee Seng Huang and Singaporean tycoon Chio Kiat Ow.

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Kumbaya moment as CBA chair's pay rises

Kumbaya moment as CBA chair's pay rises

Catherine Livingstone's public flagellation ended with an almighty kumbaya moment at Commonwealth's AGM.

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Stoush means no place for public art at Barangaroo

Stoush means no place for public art at Barangaroo

Barangaroo engenders mixed feelings when it comes to aesthetics, so it’s sad to learn that a major piece of public art will no longer be strung up over the harbourside precinct.

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CBD: Off and racing the cheer stakes for Bleak City
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CBD: Off and racing the cheer stakes for Bleak City

It’s certainly good to be back in Sydney after a week of exile in Bleak City.

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Nasty Liberal preselection battle enters new phase as Berejiklian peace deal rejected

Nasty Liberal preselection battle enters new phase as Berejiklian peace deal rejected

A peace deal brokered by Berejiklian to move her Treasurer to a new seat is on the rocks, with the party rejecting an attempt to shift the current Epping MP to the Upper House.

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Chris Minns to contest NSW Labor leadership against Michael Daley

Chris Minns to contest NSW Labor leadership against Michael Daley

The contest to be the next Labor leader is set to be a race between two candidates.

  • by Alexandra Smith & Kylar Loussikian
Macquarie Street cements its reputation as the grubbiest Parliament in the country

Macquarie Street cements its reputation as the grubbiest Parliament in the country

Corrections Minister David Elliott detonated a bomb in question time on October 18 that was really only ever going to end one way.

  • by Kylar Loussikian