New South Wales News

Fri 3 Jul 2020

Border bingo: should you book a trip in 2020?

premium_icon Border bingo: should you book a trip in 2020?

After months of restrictions, NSW residents are itching to hit the road. But with border closures and restrictions impossible to predict, here’s what you need to...

History hanging on a knife edge in by-election

premium_icon History hanging on a knife edge in by-election

The Eden-Monaro by-election on Saturday will be the first political battleground between PM Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese.

South Grafton woman fined for throwing coffee at police

premium_icon South Grafton woman fined for throwing coffee at police

A South Grafton woman who threw a cup of coffee at a police officer and resisted arrest in an incident at Casino has been sentenced

Property tycoon’s link to controversial development

premium_icon Property tycoon’s link to controversial development

THE former owner of Great Keppel Island seeks approval for a new industrial building on the Northern Rivers.

Thu 2 Jul 2020

‘Catastrophic’: 20km traffic jam predicted at QLD border

premium_icon ‘Catastrophic’: 20km traffic jam predicted at QLD border

The Queensland border finally opens next week, but concerns have been raised that new restrictions will be hard to police.

Shark protection ramped up on North Coast beaches

premium_icon Shark protection ramped up on North Coast beaches

World-leading shark management technology will be rolled out on beaches across the NSW coastline this financial year

ROLLING COVERAGE: Tweed councillors reach rate decision

premium_icon ROLLING COVERAGE: Tweed councillors reach rate decision

Rolling coverage of today's extraordinary online Tweed Shire Council meeting.

Sydney brain surgeon acquitted of bashing wife

premium_icon Sydney brain surgeon acquitted of bashing wife

Brain surgeon Dr Timothy Steel has been cleared of bashing his wife, who alleged he was having an affair with his secretary.

COVID NIGHTMARE: ‘We haven’t seen our son in four months’

premium_icon COVID NIGHTMARE: ‘We haven’t seen our son in four months’

A dream holiday for a 5-year-old Goonellabah boy became a nightmare when he was refused re-entry to Australia because of the pandemic.

Extended shifts for cops on border blockade

premium_icon Extended shifts for cops on border blockade

Police are considering extended shifts to stop Victorians from entering the QLD-NSW border is open, sparking concerns about a budget overtime blowout, fatigue

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