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Chris Hemsworth proves to be a real superhero in Armidale

Chris Hemsworth proves to be a real superhero in Armidale

A truckload of medical equipment delivered free-of-charge to a struggling regional health service? Now that’s star power.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook

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Dogs of war: Sky’s the limit for Horizon debacle

Dogs of war: Sky’s the limit for Horizon debacle

Once again Horizon residents are doing what Sydney does best: arguing over money and heading for the courts.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Sony boss Denis Handlin’s fortune is safe as houses

Sony boss Denis Handlin’s fortune is safe as houses

As former Sony boss Denis Handlin absorbs the reality of his sacking and retreats home the key question is - which home?

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Moses getting busy for charity

Moses getting busy for charity

It’s been a bigger seven days than most for Gladys Berejiklian’s new beau - sorry, boo - Arthur Moses.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Payne goes high speed on Usher’s offer for a Barbie

Payne goes high speed on Usher’s offer for a Barbie

Seven smoothie Michael Usher ran aground when he offered Foreign Minister Marise Payne a “ridiculous question to end on”

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Gonski’s doorknocking dilemma

Gonski’s doorknocking dilemma

It’s that time of year again when a red army (no, not that kind) hits the streets in aid of the Salvation Army’s annual Red Shield Appeal.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
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When the going gets tough at Nuix, the CFO gets going

When the going gets tough at Nuix, the CFO gets going

A profile on Strava, which tracks physical activity, shows that when Nuix announced it wouldn’t meet forecasts, chief financial officer Stephen Doyle did a 7.55km run.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Sydney’s kicking goals after grudge match moved to the SCG

Sydney’s kicking goals after grudge match moved to the SCG

In what might be a template for the AFL grand final if the Victorian government can’t guarantee the AFL a full house of spectators, Sydney got the match while Melbourne retained the fundraising spectacle.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
NAB back to square one on hunt for government relations boss

NAB back to square one on hunt for government relations boss

Four months after firing the start gun on finding a successor to Philippa King, NAB has been left in the lurch after an exhaustive search process chose a candidate who decided against taking the government relations role.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Coffee dynasty’s family trust dispute froths up

Coffee dynasty’s family trust dispute froths up

Traditionally, the Valmorbida family was famed for giving us Lavazza coffee, and a type of social esuberanza that made the coffee brand’s Flemington’s Birdcage marquee such a frothy hit year after year. But now a legal dispute over a family trust that pits family patriarch Mariano Valmorbida against his late son Adrian Valmorbida’s widow Kairu “Erica” Chan threatens to boil over.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Convicted cocaine trafficker launches defamation action

Convicted cocaine trafficker launches defamation action

Lawyer turned author and filmmaker Andrew Fraser is taking his former business partner Victor Susman to court.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook