New South Wales News

Wed 12 Aug 2020

Bachelor star: ‘Why I was in trouble with producers’

Premium Content Bachelor star: ‘Why I was in trouble with producers’

Bachelor Australia hottie Locky Gilbert has set the record straight on reports he got into trouble off producers while shooting the reality TV series.

Man charged with COVID-19 offence appears in court

Premium Content Man charged with COVID-19 offence appears in court

He was found with “associates” in the carpark of a motel and became aggressive when police asked for their details.

‘There could be massive job losses’, MP warns

Premium Content ‘There could be massive job losses’, MP warns

CONSTRUCTION projects worth millions of dollars are in jeopardy, and police and health workers are struggling to deal with border closure issues.

'Sad they haven't caught her killer': Murder accused

'Sad they haven't caught her killer': Murder accused

One day before he was charged with the murder of teen Michelle Bright, the accused commented on a police Facebook post about her death.

Michelle Bright cold case breakthrough as neighbour charged

Premium Content Michelle Bright cold case breakthrough as neighbour charged

Police have made a breakthrough in the mysterious cold case murder of NSW teenager Michelle Bright more than two decades ago.

Hospital ‘scrambles for 100 doctors’ due to border closure

Premium Content Hospital ‘scrambles for 100 doctors’ due to border closure

A LISMORE doctor has slammed the Queensland Government, claiming they are risking the health of NSW residents.

FROM THE GRANDSTAND: Bizarre sport makes ‘chess look sexy’

Premium Content FROM THE GRANDSTAND: Bizarre sport makes ‘chess look sexy’

Ever heard of chessboxing? Col Hennessy goes behind the grandstand to explain the wacky sport

Push for masks to be worn at school

Push for masks to be worn at school

A teachers union is calling for masks to be made mandatory for staff and senior students after a major coronavirus outbreak at a Sydney school.

Fears NSW school COVID clusters will continue to spike

Premium Content Fears NSW school COVID clusters will continue to spike

The Opus Dei-operated Tangara School for Girls and a nearby study centre are both closed after being caught up in NSW’s latest COVID outbreak.

‘Dirty’ cash: Cops seize $1.2m in Chinese shopper raid

Premium Content ‘Dirty’ cash: Cops seize $1.2m in Chinese shopper raid

More than $1 million in cash packed into cooler bags was seized by the Australian Federal Police and three men arrested after a raid on an alleged money-laundering...

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