New South Wales News

Wed 15 Aug 2018

Wild winds whip up rain and bushfires

Wild winds whip up rain and bushfires

WINDS in excess of 100km/h are smashing into parts of Australia bringing downpours for some areas and whipping up bushfires in others.

‘Too late to leave’: Monster blaze traps residents

‘Too late to leave’: Monster blaze traps residents

AN “out-of-control” bushfire is threatening homes in far south NSW with residents near Ulladulla being told it is too late to leave.

‘Ultimate’ numberplate set to fetch $1m

‘Ultimate’ numberplate set to fetch $1m

A 100-YEAR-OLD numberplate, expected to fetch up to $1 million, has sparked a turf war as it goes on public sale for the first time in 80 years.

Disturbing video of new train game

Disturbing video of new train game

AN UNSETTLING video has been released of teenagers clinging to moving trains and dashing across tracks as part of a dangerous game.

Accused shooter of son of Ibrahim’s bodyguard in court

Accused shooter of son of Ibrahim’s bodyguard in court

A MAN accused of gunning down the son of John Ibrahim’s bodyguard will face a committal hearing over the shooting after a brief appearance via video link at Coffs...

Truck rolls on highway

Truck rolls on highway

A truck has come to rest on a major highway

Murder charges for TV actor and girlfriend

premium_icon Murder charges for TV actor and girlfriend

AN ACTOR who appeared in the TV series Housos and his barista girlfriend have been charged with the brutal samurai sword slaying of part-time rapper Jett McKee.

Renters flee Sydney for Brisbane

Renters flee Sydney for Brisbane

BRISBANE rentals are filling up fast as fed-up southerners flee Sydney for the sunshine state, new data shows.

Heroic dad breaks skull saving son

Heroic dad breaks skull saving son

A HERO father jumped off a four-metre balcony to save his eight-year-old son, wrapping his body around the boy as they fell on to concrete.

‘Grave concerns’: My Health changes slammed

premium_icon ‘Grave concerns’: My Health changes slammed

DOCTORS are demanding further changes to the My Health Act as it emerges sensitive health information could be handled by the immigration department and ATO.

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