New South Wales News

Thu 20 Sep 2018

Lavish life funded by corruption

premium_icon Lavish life funded by corruption

FORMER Australian of the Year finalist Eman Sharobeem has been found to have acted corruptly in spending almost $800,000 of public money on her own lavish...

Parents say their ‘bashed boy’ is a victim of bullying

premium_icon Parents say their ‘bashed boy’ is a victim of bullying

THE parents of a schoolboy who was knocked out have rejected the Education Department’s claim his injuries were the result of a game gone “tragically wrong”.

Wed 19 Sep 2018

Deadly home brew warning after man dies

Deadly home brew warning after man dies

A MAN has died from suspected home brew poisoning, sparking concerns others might be buying the illicit alcohol.

$30m lottery win yet to be collected

$30m lottery win yet to be collected

ONE lucky Aussie is walking around with a $30 million winning lotto ticket in their pocket — and their location has been narrowed down.

Woman dies after being sent home from hospital 18 times

Woman dies after being sent home from hospital 18 times

The NSW woman repeatedly went to her local rural hospital over eight months - but doctors didn't identify the deadly infection in time.

Bail refused for alleged scammer who overstayed visa

premium_icon Bail refused for alleged scammer who overstayed visa

A Chinese national accused of scamming business owners with fake gold Buddha statues is also under investigation in other states and New Zealand, a court heard.

Unclaimed $120 refund still up for grabs

Unclaimed $120 refund still up for grabs

MORE than 1.3 million people still haven’t claimed their free $120 refund. All it takes is the click of a button.

24 treated after chemical leak in hotel’s aircon

premium_icon 24 treated after chemical leak in hotel’s aircon

TEN ambulance crews are treating 24 people at a city hotel after chemical reaction caused breathing problems. Paramedics were called to a Sydney hotel this...

Inside the mind of a strawberry saboteur

Inside the mind of a strawberry saboteur

WHO are the monsters inserting needles into strawberries and apples? A criminologist explains what motivates them and why.

Last-minute bid to save residential subdivision plan

premium_icon Last-minute bid to save residential subdivision plan

THE proposal, which has been on Richmond Valley Council's books since 2015, would see important farmland turned into housing.

548 HSC students with same name

548 HSC students with same name

THE most common surname among HSC students has been revealed.

Forbes murder charges

premium_icon Forbes murder charges

A second man has been charged with murder after the violent 2017 death of a Forbes man.

Premier backs off promise to shut festival despite deaths

premium_icon Premier backs off promise to shut festival despite deaths

Premier Gladys Berejiklian labelled the dance music festival where two young people died as a “massive failure of safety” but has backtracked on her vow.

Ex-gun dealer on 101 charges slapped with bikie ban

premium_icon Ex-gun dealer on 101 charges slapped with bikie ban

A JUDGE has banned a former gun dealer linked to one of Sydney’s biggest alleged syndicates from associating with any bikies as he faces more than 100 charges.

Home and Away star praised for stopping vicious assault

premium_icon Home and Away star praised for stopping vicious assault

A judge has praised the bravery of a promising Aussie actor who rescued a young woman from a violent would-be robber.

Revealed: The deadly truth behind used cars

premium_icon Revealed: The deadly truth behind used cars

DRIVERS have been urged not to shrink on safety to save on cost when buying a second-hand car and avoid buying a model that’s more than 10 years old.

Truth about where you grew up

Truth about where you grew up

CONCERNING new research has revealed just how big an effect your suburb can have on you, even much later in life.

Sabotage: NSW farmers fear ‘catastrophic’ impact

premium_icon Sabotage: NSW farmers fear ‘catastrophic’ impact

Authorities are warning the “catastrophic” impact of the fruit sabotage scandal could see some NSW farms shut down.

Woman ‘tied to pole at bikie club and assaulted over 2 days’

premium_icon Woman ‘tied to pole at bikie club and assaulted over 2 days’

A YOUNG woman was allegedly grabbed off a NSW street and taken to a Gypsy Joker bikie clubhouse, where she was tied to a pole and assaulted over two days.

Land? Check. River frontage? Check. Airstrip? Check!

premium_icon Land? Check. River frontage? Check. Airstrip? Check!

Seelands property offered for only the second time in history

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