The Ritz Paris: an “unforgettable stay”

While waiting for our room to be cleaned I wandered over to the bar and ordered a beer with a side of foie gras.

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Black Panther: Yes, no, maybe?

Black Panther is the new film on the tips of everyone’s lips. So what’s the verdict? Mixed, according to our three Hatch reviewers.

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Gold Walkley winner felt ‘squeamish’ over initial Joyce reporting

Fairfax World and Investigations editor Michael Bachelard drops by the Macleay Melbourne newsroom to discuss his award-winning work in Iraq, the saga of Barnaby Joyce and the joys of journalism. Interview and story by Jordan Buchanan. Michael Bachelard, the Gold

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Kate Geraghty: Beyond words

If a picture tells a thousand words Kate Geraghty has enough photographs to fill a book – a very weighty book, in both size and sentiment.

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Weekly news wrap – Stuff you may have missed

Elephant terrorises Rohingya refugees A 12-year-old was child killed and 30 people injured when a rogue elephant tore through a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh yesterday. Camp resident and filmmaker Shafuir Rahman, who recorded refugees fleeing the scene, said one elderly resident

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Barnaby Joyce to step down over sex harassment allegation

Nationals Leader Barnaby Joyce is to quit his role and the Deputy Prime Ministership after being accused of sexual harassment. The harassment allegation emerged overnight when Mr Joyce was already under attack from his own party Nationals MP Andrew Broad had

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NRL player Isaac John redefines life after sport

The old adage is that athletes die twice: the first time being after retiring from their chosen sport.

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Adam Peacock: For the love of sport

Macleay College alumnus and Fox Sports lead football anchor, Adam Peacock, visited Macleay’s Sydney campus for a chat with students. Interview and story by Bishoy Bassilious. With chamomile tea in hand, dressed casually in a white crew-neck T-shirt, black jeans

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Magnussen hits back following Twitter frenzy

Two-time world swimming champion James Magnussen has been forced to defend his claim of ‘double standards’

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REVIEW: Katharina Grosse’s latest circus of colour

A colossal art installation has transformed Sydney’s historic Carriageworks site into a technicolour dreamland. 

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