A deficit of $364,000 last financial year has been blamed on the Art Gallery of NSW's decision to move the Archibald Prize.
The Immigration Department has assured federal Senators that a new visa sold to Clive Palmer by Minister Scott Morrison is not a "charade", an inquiry has heard.
Call it Tony Abbott's Mrs Dalloway moment. History has not recorded whether our Prime Minister Tony Abbott has read the classic Virginia Woolf novel, which wrings maximum drama out of the eponymous host's preparations for the party of her life. But Tony would surely sympathise.
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The Australian Taxation Office has intervened in the sale of an Obeid family home, demanding $2 million from the proceeds of the sale.
Ed Oxenbould has missed a lot of school in the past 18 months. He was 12 when he landed the lead last year in the Disney movie Alexander and the Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, which opens in Australia on December 4. The young actor from Bondi, who also starred in local television series Puberty Blues, spent three months in Hollywood shooting with US actors Steve Carrell and Jennifer Garner, who played his parents. After Alexander, he made another two movies including The Visit with writer-director M. Night Shyamalan of The Sixth Sense fame, which meant missing first term of Year 7 at Newtown High School of Performing Arts.
When Labor's left faction gathered to celebrate its 60th anniversary at the obligatory Chinese restaurant in Sydney on Friday night, there was a glaring absence from the event.
Investing in assets with strong tenant covenants and long leases has seen Charter Hall Group strengthen its financial position.
Is the swanky new restaurant on Avalon Beach a sign of progress or creeping commercialisation?
New lock-out laws in central Sydney – which require pubs to close earlier – have sparked an increase in new "eat streets" and bars in the suburbs.