The alternative career is only waiting for Charlie Teo


Teo has also expressed his admiration for the billionaire mining tycoon and conservative bankroller Gina Rinehartwho generously donated to his foundation.

“Before I met Gina, I had only heard negative things about her and thought she was a mean slut,” he told News Corp. newspapers in 2018.

“She has a good soul and is very misunderstood. She has a heart, and a big heart at that.”

Whatever happens with this week’s hearing, there’s always an alternative career on hold as a talking head should Teo want it.


head of the reserve bank Philip Lowe seems genuinely shocked at how he’s become something of a punching bag for people crazy about rising interest rates.


And in an appearance before Senate estimates on Wednesday, Lowe, who suddenly stumbled over his roughly $1 million salary package, was clearly looking at a more modestly fashion-forward appearance.

Lowe usually wears an IWC on his wrist – the kind of watch that sells by the thousands. On Wednesday, he had a more budget-friendly Fossil watch. But a keen observer noticed that the watch was still showing the date as the 10th, a good five days off.

Perhaps the fossil, which is kept for the inquisitors of Senate appraisals, doesn’t get much fanfare, with the conspicuous IWC being reserved for luncheons with Barrenjoey banker brothers.


Strange but true — struggling fitness franchise F45 is still able to find people to pour money into, despite heavy losses, looming class-action lawsuits, and separate legal battles with some of its former sports ambassadors.

Even stranger, Australian co-founder Adam Gilchrist (not the cricketer) and Hollywood frontman for hire Mark Wahlberg have survived a board purge by the New York private equity firm, which has pumped out $90 million to keep the franchise afloat.

Former NAB and Westpac banker Ben Coates will also remain on the board, but it loses much of its antipodean flair with Australians Vanessa DouglasTechnical Director of Canstar Angelo Demasi and fitness guru Lee Wallace according to the company’s official statement, gave up their seats and replaced them with a group of Americans.

Another Australian, co-founder Rob German which bled the F45 three years ago and is now more on the property pages than the business sections, gave the company a free public review last year, accusing it of “horrible financial mismanagement” by “having a liking” to big names Gregory Norman And David Beckham Millions of dollars to act as a brand ambassador.

But the guys from the Big Apple seem excited about the chance to whip the cult fitness franchisor into shape.

Bark Latham

We announced this week that the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies will be hosting what looks a bit like a campaign rally for the wife of the outgoing Macquarie Street dinosaur Fred Nile.

It turns out Nile isn’t the only far-right member of the NSW Legislative Council in Chief Executive Darren Barks Orbit. In December last year, the organization held a joint Hanukkah Deepavali event with the Hindu Council of Australia to celebrate the ban on Nazi symbols in NSW.

While this seems like standard practice for such a community organization (although it was a good month after the Hindu festival), the presence of Markus Latham Not only showing up at the event but also giving a speech misled some members of Sydney’s Jewish community and made them wonder what the organization was doing to be so comfortable with such figures.

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