Features - Loneliness, panic attacks, insomnia: Life for some on the judicial bench

The Sydney Morning Herald

August 4, 2018

Loneliness, panic attacks, insomnia: Life for some on the judicial bench

On the afternoon of Tuesday March 14, former Victorian politician Joanne Duncan walked into a furniture shop in Geelong, an hour from Melbourne, and noticed some dining chairs which would be perfect for the beach house at nearby Ocean Grove that she and her magistrate husband Stephen Myall had just finished building. It had been a four-year project and Duncan was looking forward to Myall taking some of his accrued leave for a much-needed break there together.

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Features - Life According to Paul Hogan

The Herald Sun

November 17, 2013

Life According to Paul Hogan

Paul Hogan, back in Australia and in a reflective mood, says his 23-year marriage to Crocodile Dundee co-star Linda Kozlowski ended because ... it just wore out."It was 20 wonderful years, two or three that were sort of like worn out," he says."I'm very flighty - a woman lasts for about a quarter of a century and then they get bored with me.”

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Features - How I Got the Scoop on Sir Bob

The Weekend Australian Magazine

October 5, 2013

How I Got the Scoop on Sir Bob

I knew Sir Robert Menzies passingly. When I say passingly, I mean we lived in the same street – Haverbrack Avenue in Malvern, Melbourne. Sir Robert would walk past our front gate and, as a five-year-old, I would call out hello, or, if I was directing traffic in my English bobby outfit, I would sometimes wave him along with one hand, the other raised in a stop gesture. You wouldn’t say he was all that friendly, but the copper outfit once or twice raised a ghost of a smile.

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Features - In the company of a brilliant mind

The Herald Sun

December 30, 2011

In the company of a brilliant mind

After 21 years it was a catch-up long overdue. In a Sydney restaurant, Christopher Hitchens arrived in a fawn suit and immediately set the schedule.” I will have a Scotch and two cigarettes over here," he said, moving outside the restaurant to the smoking area, “and then we will have wine at the table.”

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