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Oh no, J Lo! Patriarchy is the name of the game

Oh no, J Lo! Patriarchy is the name of the game

Jennifer Lopez has taken her husband’s last name. It isn’t just unnecessary, it is regressive, and worse, acoustically displeasing.

  • by Kerri Sackville

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Meet Jennifer Affleck: J Lo and Ben Affleck married in secret Las Vegas wedding

Meet Jennifer Affleck: J Lo and Ben Affleck married in secret Las Vegas wedding

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have tied the knot, and the actress/pop star has officially changed her name.

  • by Travis M. Andrews
He launched the careers of Kylie, Delta and Margot. Do you know his name?

He launched the careers of Kylie, Delta and Margot. Do you know his name?

Scott and Charlene are returning to farewell Neighbours after 37 years but there are others that deserve equal, if not greater recognition.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Mauricio Umansky arrives in Sydney without his Beverly Hills housewife

Mauricio Umansky arrives in Sydney without his Beverly Hills housewife

The popular real estate mogul and founder of international brokerage firm The Agency is sharing the secret to his success with Sydney power players.

  • by Lucy Manly
Going the extra $50m mile to recreate the Golden Mile

Going the extra $50m mile to recreate the Golden Mile

A new TV series on the life of the King of the Cross John Ibrahim has seen the green fields of western Sydney turned into the garish badlands of 1990s Kings Cross.

  • by Andrew Hornery
‘They’re pinching it for free’: TikTok creator accuses News Corp of stealing his quizzes

‘They’re pinching it for free’: TikTok creator accuses News Corp of stealing his quizzes

Miles Glaspole has become a sensation for his viral quizzes over the past year. Now those same questions have turned up in The Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun.

  • by Meg Watson
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Julia Gillard to take ground-breaking misogyny speech to the stage

Julia Gillard to take ground-breaking misogyny speech to the stage

It’s been 10 years since Gillard delivered the rousing parliamentary speech that would define her prime ministership.

  • by Thomas Mitchell
Our film industry may be booming but we’re not telling Australian stories

Our film industry may be booming but we’re not telling Australian stories

Don’t be fooled into thinking we are witnessing a new golden era for Australian films referencing our unique culture and stories. The days of Priscilla, Muriel and Mick Dundee feel like distant memories.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Push to let social media influencers sell sunscreen after ban on beauty ads

Push to let social media influencers sell sunscreen after ban on beauty ads

Influencers aren’t allowed be paid or get freebies in exchange for testimonials about TGA approved products. Now a sunscreen brand wants an exemption, arguing it’s for the greater good.

  • by Lucy Manly
Back on track, Packer ‘building something beautiful’ with Robert De Niro

Back on track, Packer ‘building something beautiful’ with Robert De Niro

After painfully-public health and business battles, James Packer is back in the game, building a Carribean resort with long-time pal Robert De Niro.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Aussie models pack Paris couture catwalks in Kidman’s slipstream

Aussie models pack Paris couture catwalks in Kidman’s slipstream

Australia’s own Nicole Kidman may have drawn audible gasps from the audience as she graced the Paris catwalk this week but there is also a poised posse of Aussie models staking a runway claim.

  • by Andrew Hornery