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Slayed: Joss Whedon gives a masterclass in how not to say sorry
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Slayed: Joss Whedon gives a masterclass in how not to say sorry

The Buffy creator has broken his silence on allegations by actors of threats and cruelty – but maybe he should have just stayed quiet.

  • by Alice Clarke

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Tweet of the dead: The celebrities who keep posting from beyond the grave

Tweet of the dead: The celebrities who keep posting from beyond the grave

Death is no longer an obstacle when it comes to celebrity adoration. Jackie Collins may be gone from this world but her Twitter feed is alive and well ... and she’s not the only one.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Australian Values leader Heston Russell denies hitting man at party

Australian Values leader Heston Russell denies hitting man at party

Police are investigating claims of an ugly stoush and accusations the political aspirant, special forces veteran and gay pin-up threatened, then assaulted, another man.

  • by Andrew Hornery
‘It was all untrue’: Alan Jones’ protege Jake Thrupp on politics, innuendo and Sydney’s big egos

‘It was all untrue’: Alan Jones’ protege Jake Thrupp on politics, innuendo and Sydney’s big egos

He’s a 24-year-old in a hurry, but building a profile in Sydney has been a mixed blessing for this conservative rising star.

  • by Michael Koziol
From Bondi to Hollywood: meet the next-gen Australian filmmakers
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From Bondi to Hollywood: meet the next-gen Australian filmmakers

Mirrah Foulkes and David Michod are one of our most intriguing film-making couples. The story of their first kiss is so perfect it could have been scripted.

  • by Helen O'Neill
Kanye West and Julia Fox: 2022’s first chaotic celebrity story

Kanye West and Julia Fox: 2022’s first chaotic celebrity story

Two exhibitionists going full-public after just their second date? This is exactly how celebrities should do things.

  • by Robert Moran
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‘One of the best’: tributes flow for actor and comedian Bob Saget

‘One of the best’: tributes flow for actor and comedian Bob Saget

The 65-year-old was best known for his role as beloved single dad Danny Tanner on the sitcom Full House

  • by Lisa Richwine
Fighting fit: Image consultant reveals how leaders prepare for the poll

Fighting fit: Image consultant reveals how leaders prepare for the poll

Between Labor leader Anthony Albanese’s hip new spectacles, sharper suits, oversized Akubra and Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s white thongs, fish curries and Australian flag face masks, it would appear the image makers are well into campaign mode ahead of the next federal election.

  • by Andrew Hornery
‘Positive’ news has a negative impact after Blackmores’ luxury bash

‘Positive’ news has a negative impact after Blackmores’ luxury bash

Vitamin mogul Marcus Blackmore had to contact his guests after two lavish New Year parties and tell them he had contracted coronavirus.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Looking into the crystal ball, these are the faces to watch in 2022

Looking into the crystal ball, these are the faces to watch in 2022

A new year and so much promise, but after the past two years we’ve had, it is with some trepidation I write today’s column: an attempt to look into the crystal ball and see what lay ahead in 2022 for PS and the faces to watch.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Vale Betty White: the Golden Girl with a talent for spreading joy

Vale Betty White: the Golden Girl with a talent for spreading joy

Betty White, whose saucy, up-for-anything charm made her a television mainstay for more than 60 years, has died. She was 99.