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James Norman

James Norman

Why Melbourne Is The Only City In Australia I Would Live In

4 min read

It's only been four short months since the Victoria state election, but the results from last weekend's NSW election make the two states seem worlds apart.

Jean Flynn

Jean Flynn

The REAL Reason Gladys Berejiklian Won The NSW Election

3 min read

Dear Gladys Berejiklian,

Politics

Politics

Why Scott Morrison Shouldn't Be Too Excited About The NSW Election Result

5 min read

ANALYSIS: It's a morale boost for the Liberals, but the NSW election win won't exactly inspire huge confidence as the federal Coalition hurtles toward a national poll.

Politics

Politics

Female Politicians Put Aside Differences To Celebrate Berejiklian

2 min read

Though first and foremost a win for the Liberal Party, Gladys Berejiklian's victory in Saturday's NSW Election is being marked as win also for women.

Politics

Politics

Michael Daley Vows To Remain Labor Leader Despite 'Train-Wreck' Election

2 min read

Leader of the Opposition Michael Daley has conceded defeat in the NSW state election as the Coalition claimed its historic third consecutive victory.

NSWVotes 2019

NSWVotes 2019

The NSW Election Will Make History, Regardless Of The Outcome

2 min read

The state race has been run and both leaders have reached the finish line in much different shape.

NSWVotes 2019

NSWVotes 2019

Berejiklian and Daley Enjoy 'Democracy-Themed' Food As NSW Decides On A Premier

2 min read

The tight contest between Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Labor leader Michael Daley for the leadership of NSW is well and truely underway.

Sam Dastyari

Sam Dastyari

Why Federal Politicians Will Be Watching Today's State Election Like Hawks

5 min read

It was while inhaling a succulent Chinese chicken that my mate Graham Richardson reminded me that “politics is better than sex and almost as good as lunch”.

Politics

Politics

NSW Election: Daley Unsure On Labor Pledges For Schools And Tafe

2 min read

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has failed to recall how much funding his party pledged for schools and TAFE, despite education being at the core of the party's campaign.

Alex Greenwich

Alex Greenwich

Are Young Voters Pissed Off Enough With #Auspol To Decide The NSW Election?

3 min read

Inaction on climate change. Lack of affordable housing. Music festival closures. Strip searches. Lockouts. A blanket refusal to consider pill testing...

Matt Noffs

Matt Noffs

After A Deadly Summer Of Music Festivals, There's Only One Thing To Do

3 min read

The summer of 2018-19 has been one of our most lethal.

Politics

Politics

NSW Premier Berejiklian To Be Sued Over Controversial Development

3 min read

Gladys Berejiklian has been summoned to appear in court and is being sued in relation to a Sydney development spearheaded by billionaire Harry Triguboff.

NSWVotes 2019

NSWVotes 2019

The Arrogance Problem Dogging The NSW Liberals' Election Campaign

2 min read

ANALYSIS: Arrogance. It’s an ugly word and when used in an election context, can be dangerous.

Music

Music

Download Festival A Success Despite 'Excessive Police Presence'

2 min read

Event organisers praised attendees of Melbourne and Sydney's Download Festival for their "respectful behaviour".

NSWVotes 2019

NSWVotes 2019

These Are The People Running Against Gladys Berejiklian In The State Election

4 min read

The NSW Premier hopes to keep her party in government -- but she's got to win her own seat first.

National

National

Red Hot Chili Peppers Slam 'Stupid' NSW Government During Concert

2 min read

Rock legends the Red Hot Chili Peppers have popped their names on a long and growing list of musicians to call out the NSW Government's new music festival policies.

Crime

Crime

'It’s Coloured Pills That Kill': Accused Drug Dealer Wants Pill Testing

2 min read

A man accused of dealing drugs at music festivals has sensationally blamed the government for lethal pills.

National

National

NSW Cops At Scene Of Premier 'Poo Protest'

1 min read

NSW Police are monitoring Premier Gladys Berejiklian's electorate office after thousands of social media users committed to defecate on the doorstep in response to her government's stance on pill testing.

National

National

Police Slid Into Event Attendees DMs Over Satirical Event

3 min read

Nearly 14,000 people have RSVPed to a Facebook event called 'Leave a poo at Gladys Berejiklian’s doorstep' -- and NSW Police are interested.

National

National

'Just Like The Lockout Laws': Aussie Music Industry Gears Up To Fight NSW Government

2 min read

Australian music industry heavyweights are fighting back at what they call the NSW government's "war on festivals".

Politics

Politics

Peking Duk, Festival Owners Slam Government Over 'Killing' Music And Events

4 min read

The NSW government has been blasted in an excoriating message from Aussie music heavyweights Peking Duk, as the country's entertainment industry mounts a fight against "extortionate" regulations on festivals and events.

National

National

Music Festival Cancelled After Organisers 'Blindsided' By $200,000 NSW Cop Bill

3 min read

A boutique Central Coast music festival has been forced to cancel one week out from the event, citing an unexpected $200,000 bill imposed on it by the New South Wales government.

National

National

Suspicious Package Delivered To Gladys Berejiklian's Office

1 min read

A CBD Sydney street has reopened after a suspicious package was seized at the NSW Premier's office.

National

National

Meet The Machine That Gives The DNA Of A Pill Right Down To The Type Of Paint

5 min read

In a crowded room in Sydney, pill testing advocates unveiled the machine used to analyse drugs, and explained patiently how their process would work to stop overdoses and save lives.

National

National

Premier Says Free Water And 'Chill-Out Zones', Not Pill Testing, Will Keep Festivals Safe

4 min read

Pill testing is not the answer, and instead festivals should give out more free water to help drug-affected people, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian claimed.

Matt Noffs & Shelley Smith

Matt Noffs & Shelley Smith

You're Not Protecting Young Lives If You Look The Other Way On Pill Testing

4 min read

We have now lost five young people in less than five months.

Exclusive

Exclusive

Devastated Family Of Teen Who Died After FOMO Festival Begs Premier For Pill Testing

5 min read

"Premier, please. Can we have this pill testing done?"

Views

Views

Sirius Concern: One Of Sydney's Most Iconic Buildings Could Become Opal Tower 2.0

3 min read

Recent media attention has focused on the Opal Tower, but an older residential building will soon make headlines.

National

National

Here Are Just Some Of The Experts Who Back Pill Testing

4 min read

While still stubbornly opposing pill testing at festivals, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian appears to have extended the invitation to experts to prove her wrong.

National

National

'This Doesn't Need To Be The Summer Of Festival Deaths': Pleas For Drug Reform

4 min read

A family is mourning the death of their 22-year-old son from a suspected drug overdose at a music festival, as debate returns to pill testing.

News

News

The Aerotropolis Project's Massive Addition

2 min read

The sprawling Aerotropolis project -- to be completed by 2026 -- will feature a massive aerospace sector.

Views

Views

The NSW State Election Will Be A Battle Worthy Of A Stadium

3 min read

The knock down rebuild of Sydney Football Stadium will be a flashpoint for the March NSW State election.

David Caldicott

David Caldicott

Opposing Pill Testing Is The ‘Climate Change Denial’ Of Drugs Policy

5 min read

Another death at a NSW Festival, and again, talk turns to pill testing.

News

News

Tough New Laws For Drug Dealers Responsible For Music Festival Deaths

3 min read

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said a new offence of drug supply causing death will be created, following "expert" panel recommendations.

Gary Nunn

Gary Nunn

ScoMo And Harry On The Harbour Bridge Won't Be A Good Look For Australia

6 min read

Today, a photo will be beamed around the world that will define who we are in 2018 -- but it won’t be a good look for Australia.

Joe Hildebrand

Joe Hildebrand

Joe-splains #5: Let's Shine Some Perspective On The Sydney Opera House

1 min read

This week 300,000 people signed a petition to stop a five-minute projection about a horse race being beamed onto the Sydney Opera House.

National

National

PM Laughs Off Opera House Anger: 'It's Not As Though They're Painting It'

2 min read

Scott Morrison has laughed off critics of racing ads to be displayed on the Sydney Opera House as public anger grows.

Crime

Crime

Five Years Prison For Cyber Bullying And Abuse Under New Laws

2 min read

Internet safety and domestic violence prevention groups have welcomed moves to combat online abuse, with new penalties of up to five years in jail.

National

National

Kids Win Bravery Awards For Saving Mum

1 min read

Children call Triple-0 to rescue mum after a seizure.

News

News

Mental Health Counsellors To Help Drought-Stricken Farmers

2 min read

$6.3 million to help struggling land workers.

Politics

Politics

Premier Defends Ministers Who Voted Against Safe Access Zone Bill

1 min read

Gladys Berejiklian has described her Minister for Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence as "outstanding".

Politics

Politics

NSW Secures Landmark NDIS Disability Funding Deal

2 min read

More than 84,000 people living with disabilities in New South Wales are already benefiting from the scheme.

Sandra Sully

Sandra Sully

Dear Premier -- Here Is Your Stadium Solution

6 min read

Do we really want to be a nation of just spectators?