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Things have gone from bad to worse for celebrity eastern suburbs real estate agent Evan Williams, who has been suspended from The Rubenstein Group.
In true celebrity fashion, Katy Perry hid behind sunglasses and a large hat as she explored Port Douglas yesterday, after she and star fiance Orlando Bloom arrived at their new – temporary – Aussie home.
A Cairns cafe manager has caused a media frenzy, claiming Kim Kardashian visited his cafe, however it turns out she hasn’t been in Australia for a decade.
The news SAS Australia host Ant Middleton has been signed to a new Seven Network TV show has provoked some angst among members of the SAS community who last week reached out to this column to register their disgust and dismay.
Deborah Hutton’s stalker and former boyfriend looks to be headed to court again following a conflict with the Chinese operators of a NSW wind farm.
The ongoing mystery that followed the 2008 death of the Elizabeth Bay based Warner Music boss Peter Ikin saw something of a conclusion in Paris this week.
TV drama Love Me has changed actor Bojana Novakovic for good.
Home And Away actor Sophie Dillman has added her voice to the push for ‘menstrual leave’ to be introduced in Australia.
A work trip Down Under is doubling as a family holiday for Hollywood power couple Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry.
In the spirit of camaraderie, The Daily Telegraph asked Sydney’s restaurateurs to name the best food, drink and staff from their competitors.
A Los Angeles-based Australian will take the helm at Sony Music Australia and New Zealand a year after Denis Handlin’s shock departure from the business.
Actor Katrina Milosevic can’t quite get her head around this year’s Logies.
It pays to have a fallback as an actor.
Swimming great Lisa Curry has made her surprise pick for who would play her should a movie ever be made about her extraordinary life.
Home And Away star Sophie Dillman hopes she can keep herself together on Logies night.
Former Spice Girl Mel B is set to make an Aussie TV comeback.
Such is the pull of US burger joint Five Guys that there was a 20-person deep line at its new city store at 11am. Before it had even opened!
Underestimate Erin Molan at your own peril.
A supercharged The Boys train has hit Sydney.
The cast of US hit series The Boys have rocked up to a VIP preview screening at the Hoyts Entertainment Quarter, in Moore Park. See the photos.
Sydneysiders love to hear a secret, but they also love to keep them. Some of the city’s most popular bars are those hidden behind butcher shops or wedged between rooftops on Sydney’s skyline.
Anthony Maroon has landed a surprise radio gig.
Sydney nightclub identity John Ibrahim appears to be taking a hands-on approach to the telling of his story on the small screen.
Famous Hollywood faces and more than a few Aussie stars have graced the red carpet at the Sydney premiere of Elvis at the State Theatre. See the pictures.
The fear of taking on one of the most iconic music identities of the past century is gone for Hollywood star Austin Butler.
Whether it’s good or bad publicity depends on whether you’re a fan of Johnny Depp’s or not – either way it has done wonders for the brand awareness of Australian eyewear company AM.
The death of Angie Vestey, born to a family of British aristocrats, rocked members of Sydney’s social set last week.
It’s the alleged headbutt that has become the fascinating focus of the trial of Guy Sebastian’s former agent Titus Day. When Sebastian’s wife, fashion blogger Jules Sebastian, took the stand yesterday to give evidence about the 2012 incident her memory was clouded.
Fashion royalty Rey Vakili and Ingham’s Chicken heir, Johnny Ingham, are engaged.
Like it is in New York and London, it’s now finally possible to get a quality meal in Sydney at midnight — at least during the Vivid Sydney festival.
Taylor Swift has been a fan of Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy for years. As is Shawn Mendes, who he’s just about to tour American with.
The daughter of late Melbourne gangster Carl Williams has stunned her Instagram followers with a raunchy birthday pic of herself and mum, Roberta Williams, offering a behind the scenes glimpse into the notorious family.
The child stars of blockbuster sci-fi series Stranger Things heralded Australia’s home grown talent when they touched down in Sydney on Wednesday.
Jesinta Franklin has some strong words for people that deny illiteracy is an issue in Australia.
A father-son brewery in Brookvale has the highest ratest burger in the country, boasting a 4.9 out of 5 on OpenTable as well as being named in the booking platform’s top 25 burger joints in Australia.
The gap between Sydney breakfast market leader Ben Fordham on the AM dial has tightened with top music station, KIIS FM.
So there we were, all settled in for a good long lunch at a local celebrity chef’s hot new ticket.
There are two things this city loves: a true crime story, and cocktails.
Two Sydney buskers from Campbelltown have had a “crazy experience of a lifetime” after their Saturday set was crashed by globally recognised rapper, singer and songwriter from Australia, The Kid Laroi.
Tennis superstar Nick Kyrgios has spoken of his mental health battles and his “darkest’’ times during which his success on the court masked thoughts of self harm and even taking his own life.
IT’S been a long time since a Hollywood blockbuster had its world premiere Down Under — and this one has its leading man sweating bullets.
Straight, gay, young and old, comedian Billy Eichner expects a broad audience will take to Hollywood comedy, Bros.
Bernard Tomic has challenged rival Nick Kyrgios to a battle in the boxing ring to put an end to their long running feud once and for all.
There is room for two action heroes in the Hemsworth/Pataky household.
British actor Tim Roth has joined the cast of John Ibrahim TV drama Last King of the Cross after Deadwood star Ian McShane was forced to pull out of the production.
Just days after Channel 10 unveiled the three men set to be fronting the next season of their flagship reality program The Bachelor, disturbing social media posts have allegedly been dug up from a decade ago throwing further scrutiny over the show’s launch.
Four years after every one of his 11 stores were closed down, celebrity pastry chef Adriano Zumbo is ready to get back into the dessert business.
Olympic great Ian Thorpe has remembered his former partner after his tragic death at the age of just 32.
What started as a lockdown hobby – cooking Peruvian food for his friends – has turned into a restaurant for South American expat Luis Guzman.