New South Wales News

Tue 25 Feb 2020

‘Not a crime to fake a pregnancy’

premium_icon ‘Not a crime to fake a pregnancy’

The ex-girlfriend of Wests Tigers star Josh Reynolds allegedly told her friend that it’s “not a crime to fake a pregnancy”, after she pretended to have a...

Mon 24 Feb 2020

Students injured in scaffolding collapse

Students injured in scaffolding collapse

At least nine teenagers have been rushed to hospital after scaffolding collapsed at a school in Sydney’s southwest.

Lower 100km/h zones, drink drive limit on table for NSW

premium_icon Lower 100km/h zones, drink drive limit on table for NSW

A Towards Zero Road Safety Summit will be held as the state government grapples with ways to reduce road carnage including lowering the drink drive limit and the...

Coronavirus timing ‘couldn’t be worse’: NSW Treasurer

premium_icon Coronavirus timing ‘couldn’t be worse’: NSW Treasurer

The triple whammy of coronavirus, bushfires and drought will wipe a “third of a percentage point” off the state’s economic growth and the predicted $700m budget...

Dead private school teacher reported to police

premium_icon Dead private school teacher reported to police

The headmaster of a $35,000 a year Sydney school has apologised to students for an email announcing the death of an ex-teacher after former students reported concerns...

Man dies at the scene of single vehicle crash

premium_icon Man dies at the scene of single vehicle crash

Police are seeking witnesses to the fatal accident.

Why isn’t Michelle Bridges in prison?

premium_icon Why isn’t Michelle Bridges in prison?

Michelle Bridges’ driving ban and $750 fine are small prices to pay for being caught driving drunk with a child.

Verdict for couple over child sexual abuse charges

premium_icon Verdict for couple over child sexual abuse charges

AFTER almost two days of deliberating, a jury delivered a verdict on Friday.

WARNING: Dog’s close call with shark in river

premium_icon WARNING: Dog’s close call with shark in river

IT’S not the first time a dog has been attacked by a shark at The Spit in Ballina.

Lorikeet epidemic delivers ‘frustrating’ test results

premium_icon Lorikeet epidemic delivers ‘frustrating’ test results

‘We have some birds that can fly again and are ready to go but we’re not sure whether to release them when we don’t know what’s causing this problem’

Sun 23 Feb 2020

Image that will haunt Australians

Image that will haunt Australians

Scott Morrison conjured a haunting portrayal of Australia’s “black summer” at a memorial today, but admitted one image will stay with us forever.

READY TO GO: Your first look at Australia's largest jail

premium_icon READY TO GO: Your first look at Australia's largest jail

The major building work are finished and you can see the finished product as well as the first staff training here

With small steps for Hannah, we can end the terror at home

premium_icon With small steps for Hannah, we can end the terror at home

The calculated and callous steps Rowan Baxter took to wipe out Hannah Clarke and her children makes his crime one of our most brutal, writes SHERELE MOODY.

Meet the team behind Australia’s most well behaved pets

premium_icon Meet the team behind Australia’s most well behaved pets

Troublesome terrier? Kleptomaniac kelpie? No matter the canine quandary, a dynamic duo of dog behaviourists know how to help.

Traffic changes you need to know if using the M1

premium_icon Traffic changes you need to know if using the M1

MOTORISTS have been advised of changed traffic conditions next week on the Pacific Motorway.

Sat 22 Feb 2020

Thai community targeted by ‘$9 million fraud ring’

premium_icon Thai community targeted by ‘$9 million fraud ring’

A Thai woman has faced court over an alleged $9m fraud and money laundering ring. Police allege she used social media to target the Thai-Australian community

Man takes Coles to court for refusing to use his grocery bag

premium_icon Man takes Coles to court for refusing to use his grocery bag

Clean and lavender-smelling or dirty and wrinkled? A Sydney man takes Coles to court for refusing to use his grocery bags.

Two French men killed in horror highway smash

premium_icon Two French men killed in horror highway smash

GRIM scenes as police investigate death of two French nationals who died in a head-on collision with a truck on the Summerland Way.

Bushfire clean up hits $800m

premium_icon Bushfire clean up hits $800m

The giant cost has been revealed for the first time and includes damage to assets under the control of local, state and the federal government.

Childcare fraudsters exposed online

premium_icon Childcare fraudsters exposed online

Hundreds of childcare providers that have rorted the system have been outed in a government online list. See which state had the most fraudsters.

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