New South Wales News

Mon 16 Sep 2019

Frenzy over Aldi product’s secret function

Frenzy over Aldi product’s secret function

Shoppers who purchased the $149 Aldi appliance have gone nuts over its “amazing” extra detail, labelling it a lifesaver for extra fruit and vegetables.

Patient threatens Lismore hospital nurse with scissors

premium_icon Patient threatens Lismore hospital nurse with scissors

POLICE are investigating a matter at Lismore Base Hospital, in which a female nurse was allegedly threatened with a pair of scissors by a patient.

Raging fires reveal filthy habit on coastline

premium_icon Raging fires reveal filthy habit on coastline

It may be regarded as pristine coastline, but it took a raging inferno to show the filth being hidden below the surface of beach villages

Transport business owner's pie fraud leaves a sour taste

premium_icon Transport business owner's pie fraud leaves a sour taste

Transport operator Daniel James McDonald faces court after defrauding large chunk of cash from food enterprise

‘Uber Eats paid $300 for 96 hours work’

‘Uber Eats paid $300 for 96 hours work’

Uber Eats driver Amita Gupta was only paid $300 for 96 hours work — and when she was 10 minutes late with a delivery, she was fired.

Tweed police seize largest amount of ice seen in years

premium_icon Tweed police seize largest amount of ice seen in years

A MASSIVE haul of ice has been seized in the Tweed by police, with two men being arrested and charged.

Man who confessed to murder might finally give evidence

premium_icon Man who confessed to murder might finally give evidence

The man who confessed to the murder of a little girl in 1970 may be forced to give evidence as detectives review one of the state’s oldest unsolved cases.

Sarah Budge left red-faced by ‘Sexy John’ radio admission

premium_icon Sarah Budge left red-faced by ‘Sexy John’ radio admission

John Ibrahim’s model girlfriend says it felt like a “kick to the face” when she heard the Kings Cross identity declare he was single live on national radio.

Lightning strikes could start fresh fires, RFS warns

premium_icon Lightning strikes could start fresh fires, RFS warns

THUNDERSTORMS are predicted to hit the Northern Rivers tomorrow, but they could cause even more trouble for firefighters.

Knives found in car after pursuit from Boambee to Grafton

premium_icon Knives found in car after pursuit from Boambee to Grafton

COFFS Clarence Police have been led on a long pursuit up the Pacific Highway with the car they were chasing registering speeds of 185km/h.

'We will not stop until we know what happened to you'

'We will not stop until we know what happened to you'

AN EMOTIONAL event was held on Sunday to raise awareness of missing backpacker Theo Hayez.

Motorbike rider killed after horror crash near Ballina

Motorbike rider killed after horror crash near Ballina

MEMBERS of the public desperately tried to resuscitate the 24-year-old, but he died at the scene.

Revealed: Student-to-teacher ratios in every NSW school

premium_icon Revealed: Student-to-teacher ratios in every NSW school

Student-to-teacher ratios for every school in NSW can be revealed for the first time. SEARCH YOUR CHILD’S SCHOOL AND SEE HOW IT RATES.

Trio to face trial after alleged kidnapping, murder attempt

premium_icon Trio to face trial after alleged kidnapping, murder attempt

A MAN was allegedly set alight and left on the side of a rural road during the incident.

Level three water restrictions in force for Casino

premium_icon Level three water restrictions in force for Casino

DRY conditions, high consumption of water and drought conditions are continuing to impact the flow of the Richmond River, Casino's main source of water.

Sun 15 Sep 2019

Cause of highway truck fire revealed

premium_icon Cause of highway truck fire revealed

TRUCK fire disrupts traffic on the Pacific Highway near Grafton.

Child found in car with dead woman

Child found in car with dead woman

A child was found in a white Audi along with a dead woman, before a man died at the scene shortly after.

‘I don’t want to die. But I will. Perhaps quite soon’

premium_icon ‘I don’t want to die. But I will. Perhaps quite soon’

Sean Pickwell didn’t think he was “cancer guy” — but he is and he doesn’t sugarcoat his situation. His death is imminent. But from diagnosis to now, he has had a...

Quarry operators slugged $15k fine by EPA

premium_icon Quarry operators slugged $15k fine by EPA

THE company running a quarry at Woodford Island has been hit with a fine from the Environment Protection Authority

Biodiversity awards recognise environmental excellence

premium_icon Biodiversity awards recognise environmental excellence

LISMORE residents recognised for environmental excellence at biannual awards.

Newer Older