RATS for all as Guy Sebastian headlines Leon Pratt’s bar mitzvah

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Actor Barry Humphries sitting with Sky News’ Sharri Markson. The Fourth Estate was also represented by The Australian Financial Reviewit is Joe Aston as good as Damon Kitney and John Stensholt from The Australian. I can’t wait to read about it, guys!

A performance of Guy Sebastian was the star attraction of the marquee. After dinner, guests could stroll through a separate dessert garden and later residents partied on a separate stage as the singer, environmentalist and Australian swim team hoped cody simpson carried out. Mazel Tov!


SPOTTED: After a winning week for Labour, it’s good to see Anthony Albanian preparing for the second round of the sitting week with some material comforts.

The Leader of the Opposition was spotted leaving Sydney for Canberra on Sunday afternoon, sitting on the pointed end of Qantas Flight 1503. And when we say pointed, we mean seat 1A – in other words, further forward and he would be in the cockpit.

Elegant, yes. But on the brand? Not enough.


An email hits our inbox, just in time for Valentine’s Day: “Celebrate this special day with your partner – unite and save!” After 2021, it feels good to start fresh in 2022.”

You tell us. But who is behind this romantic heart cry? None other than the Australian Shareholders Association.

“A new year brings with it a new opportunity to assess your financial plan and set goals for the next 12 months, especially if you are sharing this journey with a partner!


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The discount offered? Twenty percent. It seems that newly emboldened with a regulation victorythe ASA brings back the sexy.

And if there are people staying home looking for that Valentine’s Day TV experience, the National Geographic Channel is dropping a special episode of Air accident investigations investigation into the 2020 helicopter crash that killed the basketball star Kobe Bryant.

Who said romance was dead?


Melbourne has clearly taken the upper hand in VIP events this year compared to cautious Sydney.

First play: the Australian Open. Fortunately, the Northern football code fought back on Saturday night as the NRL season kicked off with the Indigenous Male and Female All Stars hosting the Maori All Stars in front of footy fans at Sydney’s Parramatta.

Jaime Chapman celebrates with his team mates after scoring a try for the Indigenous All Stars against the Maori All Stars.Credit:Getty

Torrential rain was not enough to deter a large and passionate crowd for what is one of the best rugby league events of the year. NRL boss André Abdo maybe he’s not used to hanging out with large groups of people IRL, but he did a great job hosting the box with the commissioners wayne pearce and Tony McGrath and Patron of the ARL Native Council Katrina Fanning, a former player.

NRL Commissioner Gary Weiss, company president and part-time egg farmer, was once a keen Kiwi footballer but is a devoted convert to his beloved Sydney Roosters. He was seen talking to the former double international Timana Tahuwho left the State of Origin camp in 2010 after Andrew John used a racial slur to describe another player. It was a low point for the game, but these days Tahu works for the NRL and was recently promoted to Senior Director of Native Ways where he played a big part in All Stars week.

With News Corp executives in the United States to receive their orders in person from Rupert Murdoch at the media company’s annual jamboree, he remained the boss of Nine mike sneesby to represent the media. Nine (publisher of this credits) recently renewed its rights on the NRL.

Also in the room: the head of Accor hotels Sarah Derry, Managing Director of Brydens Avocats Lee Hagipantélis, President of the Wests Tigers and ARIA Award-Winning Indigenous Musician Budjerah. And one conspicuous absence: NSW state MPs who swapped the league for the polls in a Super Saturday by-election taking place in four electorates. Difficult break.

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