Jamal Mohammad brings the fashion to his court dispute with Mick Gatto

Jamal Mohammad brings the fashion to his court dispute with Mick Gatto

It is unclear if Melbourne restaurateur Jamal Mohammad will triumph in his legal battle with Mick Gatto,but he is winning in the fashion stakes.

  • byStephen Brook andKishor Napier-Raman

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Clive Palmer pipped for a place at the PM’s dinner table

Clive Palmer pipped for a place at the PM’s dinner table

Was the mining billionaire the anonymous bidder who shelled out more than $25,000 for a charity dinner with the prime minister. Turns out,no.

  • byStephen Brook andKishor Napier-Raman
Jane Hume is reunited with her Lycra buddy

Jane Hume is reunited with her Lycra buddy

Canberra is a small town,as the Coalition senator found when she relived a viral moment at the Midwinter Ball.

  • byStephen Brook andKishor Napier-Raman
CBD feels the love at the Midwinter Ball

CBD feels the love at the Midwinter Ball

Business leaders,lobbyists,media executives and actors have descended on Canberra for a night of shameless networking … sorry,raising money for charity.

  • byStephen Brook
Theatre operators spruik ‘win’ in insurance drama despite falling $18m short

Theatre operators spruik ‘win’ in insurance drama despite falling $18m short

The Marriner Group sought $20.4 million in insurance due to the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on its Melbourne theatres. A Supreme Court judge had the final say.

  • byDavid Estcourt andKishor Napier-Raman
The one thing ABC chair Kim Williams admits he isn’t on top of

The one thing ABC chair Kim Williams admits he isn’t on top of

The media maestro is never out of his depth. But then he was appointed chair of the national broadcaster,and the deluge started.

  • byKishor Napier-Raman andStephen Brook
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Scott Morrison denied membership of Sydney’s all-male Australian Club

Scott Morrison denied membership of Sydney’s all-male Australian Club

Australia’s 30th prime minister was nominated for the ultra-exclusive club by Liberal luminaries John Howard and Bruce Baird in 2022. But so far,he has had no luck.

  • byMichael Koziol
The truther’s out there:Ross Coulthart keeps his eyes on the skies

The truther’s out there:Ross Coulthart keeps his eyes on the skies

The high-profile journalist has told a UFO conference in Rocket City,USA,that “ridicule and derision” won’t stop his search for alien life forms.

  • byNoel Towell andKishor Napier-Raman
Low blow:Daily Telegraph goes too far with shocking Origin front page
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Low blow:Daily Telegraph goes too far with shocking Origin front page

We’re all for a bit of State of Origin biffo. But on Thursday,the News Corp tabloid appeared to take giddy pleasure in Queenslander Reece Walsh’s brutal concussion.

  • byKishor Napier-Raman
Buy the book:Morrison’s memoirs far from flying off Australian shelves

Buy the book:Morrison’s memoirs far from flying off Australian shelves

Local sales of the former PM’s Christian-flavoured biography might need a little divine intervention.

  • byNoel Towell andKishor Napier-Raman
Rebekah Brooks in town for News Corp talks

Rebekah Brooks in town for News Corp talks

A controversial star of the global Murdoch empire is turning heads in Australia with her regal style.

  • byNoel Towell andKishor Napier-Raman