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Gladys Berejiklian is spotted shopping at a discount store in Sydney’s Macquarie Centre

Gladys Berejiklian is spotted shopping at a one dollar store in a stylish red dress – in latest bout of retail therapy since quitting as NSW Premier

  • The former NSW Premier visited Hot Dollar at Macquarie Shopping centre
  • She was seen in a stylish red dress and surgical face mask as she browsed
  • Ms Berejiklian has been seen on a few shopping trips since stepping down 


Gladys Berejiklian has been spotted hunting for a bargain while shopping at a discount store in Sydney.

The former NSW Premier donned a stylish red dress as she browsed the aisles of Hot Dollar at Macquarie Shopping Centre in Sydney’s north-west on Wednesday.

Sporting a blue face mask, Ms Berejiklian was seen chatting to another shopper while holding a gift bag. 

Since stepping down from the state’s top job, Ms Berejiklian has been seen out on a few shopping trips, including one with her boyfriend Arthur Moses.

Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian visited the discount store Hot Dollar in Macquarie Shopping Centre on Wednesday

Earlier this month the pair visited the glitzy Potts Point area of Sydney, and wore remarkably similar ensembles. 

Both Ms Berejiklian and Mr Moses, who is a senior counsel barrister, stepped out in black boots, blue jeans and a blue shirt as they visited book shops and clothing stores in the inner city.

The former NSW leader resigned as premier on October 1 when she announced that she was under investigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption over her relationship with disgraced Wagga MP Daryl McGuire. 

The inquiry sat for 11 days in October, with Ms Berejiklian facing a gruelling day and a half of questions.

Earlier this month Ms Berejiklian and her boyfriend Arthur Moses visited the glitzy Potts Point area of Sydney, and wore remarkably similar ensembles

Earlier this month Ms Berejiklian and her boyfriend Arthur Moses visited the glitzy Potts Point area of Sydney, and wore remarkably similar ensembles

She denied any wrongdoing and was frequently exasperated during the examination in which she was scolded several time by the commissioners for giving more context than the question required. 

The Potts Point outing came just two days after she was pictured out and about in Double Bay in Sydney’s affluent eastern suburbs to let her hair down after a tumultuous few weeks.

She sported a green dress, black blazer and crossbody bag, topping off the look with red lipstick and a fresh blow dry, before a girls’ night out that evening.

After concluding her evidence with ICAC in early November, the woman who led NSW through the Covid pandemic told reporters she intends to get on with her life.

‘Every decision I made, in terms of the public office I held, was in the best interests of the community and the public,’ she said.

‘Now I intend to get on with my life.’

The NSW corruption watchdog ICAC investigated whether Ms Berejiklian encouraged or allowed corrupt conduct by her ex-boyfriend, former MP Daryl Maguire (pictured together)

The NSW corruption watchdog ICAC investigated whether Ms Berejiklian encouraged or allowed corrupt conduct by her ex-boyfriend, former MP Daryl Maguire (pictured together)

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