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Robert Irwin is a man on a mission

Robert Irwin is a man on a mission

IT’S A LATE afternoon in early March and I’m in a nondescript meeting room at work when Robert Irwin bursts into my life. “Benno,” he booms down the phone, never having met me, but instantly establishing a rapport, lighting up my hitherto dull afternoon with enough...

Zuck, Branson and Bezos train harder than you

Zuck, Branson and Bezos train harder than you

THE BODIES OF the world’s top CEOs, entrepreneurs and executives have undergone a shift in the past decade. No longer does an image of an overweight, Diet Coke-drinking, burger-munching executive come to mind when we think about the globe’s most revered (respected?)...

Jimmy Barnes to undergo open heart surgery

Jimmy Barnes to undergo open heart surgery

ROCK ICON JIMMY BARNES has revealed he will undergo open heart surgery today to treat a bacterial infection that has spread to his heart. “Unfortunately I got some bad news late yesterday,” Barnes wrote on Instagram. “Despite everyone’s best efforts the bacterial...

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Uli Latukefu keeps on fighting

Uli Latukefu keeps on fighting

The Tongan Australian actor has had a trying year. First his show got cancelled, then came the actors’ strike. For the first time in a long time, Latukefu began to doubt himself. Fortunately, he was able to lean on two things: his faith and a new-found passion that helped him get in the best shape of his life: physically and mentally.

Mark Webber On How F1 Became The World’s Coolest Sport

Mark Webber On How F1 Became The World’s Coolest Sport

The F1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne provided all the drama we’ve come to expect from this most exhilarating of sports. MH went behind the scenes to chat to two legends of the sport, Mark Webber and Sir Jackie Stewart, about the state of F1 today, the impact of Drive to Survive and why the exquisite balance of timing, precision, risk and reward make this arguably the most thrilling sport on earth.