New South Wales News

Tue 25 Sep 2018

New drink driving laws slammed by experts

premium_icon New drink driving laws slammed by experts

NEW laws allowing drivers to be hit with on-the-spot fines for drink driving instead of fronting court have been slammed by legal experts for providing “no...

Sister says relationship 'broken' after Universal Medicine

premium_icon Sister says relationship 'broken' after Universal Medicine

'I was concerned that she was spending a lot of money and not gaining a qualification'

Mon 24 Sep 2018

Crime scene established at boat ramp

Crime scene established at boat ramp

Reports of a vehicle seen entering the Clarence River

Pizza Hut to give away free pizzas

Pizza Hut to give away free pizzas

IF YOU have made the commitment to go on a diet you may want to suspend that for a spell. Pizza Hut are about to give away 18,000 free pizzas across Australia.

Anti-vaxxers target baby products in Aussie stores

Anti-vaxxers target baby products in Aussie stores

A NSW mum shopping at Big W with her baby daughter today made an unpleasant discovery in the baby section.

HORROR WEEKEND: Five motorcyclists die on our roads

HORROR WEEKEND: Five motorcyclists die on our roads

POLICE call for vigilance after five riders were killed in NSW - two on the Northern Rivers.

Unprepared climbers are pushing rescuers too far

Unprepared climbers are pushing rescuers too far

Mt Warning is more dangerous than ever as injured hikers stretch the resources of emergency services.

Police hunt for driver involved in a cemetery car chase

Police hunt for driver involved in a cemetery car chase

A man has been charged after being caught in stolen car at a cemetery

Tweed man calls for ‘crackpot’ council to be sacked

premium_icon Tweed man calls for ‘crackpot’ council to be sacked

THE New South Wales family which sells water to national bottling companies is calling on the Tweed Shire Council to be sacked.

Man dies in trail bike incident near Casino

Man dies in trail bike incident near Casino

THREE men were riding trail bikes when one of them lost control and hit a tree.

Desperate Premier takes charge to end cabinet war

premium_icon Desperate Premier takes charge to end cabinet war

PREMIER Gladys Berejiklian has taken charge of crisis talks between factional powerbrokers­, in a bid to thrash out a solution to the civil war in her cabinet.

Sun 23 Sep 2018

Man 'hit and dragged' by car in busy street

Man 'hit and dragged' by car in busy street

A MAN is being taken to Gold Coast hospital with multiple injuries after an incident this afternoon.

Labor to expose gender pay gap

Labor to expose gender pay gap

AUSTRALIAN companies with more than 1000 employees would have to publicly reveal how much they pay women compared to men under a federal Labor government.

Vanpackers charged with assaulting Byron Bay park ranger

Vanpackers charged with assaulting Byron Bay park ranger

A NATIONAL Park ranger's attempt to issue an infringement notice on a Queensland couple in a Byron Bay car park allegedly turned violent.

‘It’s over’: Karl to be sacked

‘It’s over’: Karl to be sacked

AFTER two years of nightmare publicity and a horror ratings slump, reports state Today show host Karl Stefanovic’s time is up.

Fri 21 Sep 2018

Motorbike rider dies after horrific three-vehicle crash

Motorbike rider dies after horrific three-vehicle crash

A MAN in his 50s has died after a crash on Bangalow Rd this afternoon, which involved a motorbike, a tip truck and a station wagon.

ScoMo fights to save school funding deal

premium_icon ScoMo fights to save school funding deal

ONE day after Scott Morrison announced $4.4 billion in funding for private schools, he is fighting to save the deal amid demands for equal treatment for public...

School funding deal up in flames

premium_icon School funding deal up in flames

NSW will refuse to sign up to the Morrison government’s school funding deal destroying any hopes the new prime minister had of a quick fix on the controversial...

Gladys’ team has room for improvement

premium_icon Gladys’ team has room for improvement

WITH six months until polling day, the NSW Government finds itself getting off the floor after the Wagga by-election hammering. How are they tracking? See our...

Thu 20 Sep 2018

The Aussie jobs that are set to disappear

The Aussie jobs that are set to disappear

A MAJOR inquiry into the future of work in Australia has revealed the type of job that won’t be around much longer and what skills you will need.

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