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National

Sydney Hosts Massive Fireworks Display While NSW Fights Bushfire Crisis

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A 20-minute fireworks display was allowed to go ahead in Sydney, despite a total fire ban in place and bushfires raging across NSW.

National

National

Dob On-The-Job: The New App That's Saving Lives

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Coming home from work is a necessity, not just a privilege, says Patrizia Cassaniti, whose son Christopher was killed while working on a construction site in Sydney.

National

National

NSW To Roll Out Mobile Phone Cameras To Catch Law-Breaking Drivers

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In a world-first, mobile phone detection cameras will be watching for drivers breaking the law in NSW.

News

News

Kids Peeing Their Pants Due To Lack Of Toilets At Sydney School

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A mother of two has shared her son's schoolyard anguish and embarrassment in a bid to shed light on the dire circumstances facing students at a western Sydney primary school.  

NSWVotes 2019

NSWVotes 2019

The Arrogance Problem Dogging The NSW Liberals' Election Campaign

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

National

National

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

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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.

News

News

Toilet Paper 'Shortage' At School Worries Parents

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Children at Oran Park Primary School are "holding it in" and avoiding going to the toilet due to "filthy" bathrooms and an alleged school-wide toilet paper shortage.

Politics

Politics

Music Festivals Call On Government To Halt 'Rushed' New Laws

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Australian music heavyweights have called on the NSW government to halt its "rushed" plans to tighten restrictions on music festivals and events.

Politics

Politics

Music Festivals Slam 'Disgusting' Regulations As Campaign Brews To Fight New Laws

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A veteran festival promoter has labelled the NSW government "cowardly", as an industry-wide campaign launches to fight proposed tightened restrictions on music events.

Politics

Politics

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

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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.

News

News

Parents Petition To Have Parole Denied For Teen Daughter's 'Savage' Murderer

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Tania Burgess was 15 when she was stabbed 48 times by another teenager, who is eligible for parole after 13 and a half years in jail.

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.

National

National

Crackdown On 'Dodgy' Certifiers As Residents Face 'Sleeping On The Streets'

2 min read

As hundreds of western Sydney residents remain cast out of their homes amid an investigation into a crack found within their apartment building, the state government has issued a warning to any and all dodgy certifiers.

David Caldicott

David Caldicott

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

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

National

National

Sydney Teen Dies At Festival After 'Silly, Stupid Mistake'

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The grandmother of a Sydney teen who overdosed at a musical festival on the weekend says drug dealers are “worse than terrorists”.

Alex Greenwich

Alex Greenwich

Why Australia Needs To Become A Republic Quick Smart

5 min read

It's time for Australia to move towards proper independence and come to terms with our history.

National

National

'It's A Park Not A Paddock': Campaign To Buck Kosciuszko Brumby Bill Kicks Off

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Top Australian scientists and environmental organisations have banded together in a bid to overturn the controversial Kosciuszko Wild Horse Heritage Bill 2018 which passed through NSW parliament in June. 

Updated

Updated

Luke Foley Won't Recontest Next State Election After Groping Allegations

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Former Labor leader Luke Foley will not be recontesting his seat at the next state election amid allegations he groped a journalist at a parliamentary party.

National

National

Daphne Dunne Steals The Limelight At Sydney Harbour Bridge Lifts Opening

3 min read

NSW Government officials had no idea they were dealing with a superstar.

National

National

Rental Horror Stories To Be Stopped By New Tenant Laws

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Slug infestations, a rat breeding colony, asbestos contamination and tarps for walls.

Drought Crisis

Drought Crisis

$500m Extra For Drought-Affected Farmers From NSW Government

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‘We have listened to farmers throughout NSW who have told me they urgently need help.’

10 News First

10 News First

Luke Foley's Budget Reply Was A Gift To the Government

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It was always going to be a hard task to respond to a budget with short term sugar hits for almost everyone.

Politics

Politics

NSW Budget: Big Spending On Mental Health, Education, Transport

10 min read

A "better than expected" $3.9 billion surplus has been delivered.

National

National

Child Abuse Survivors Now Able To Sue Churches

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New South Wales has become the second state to finally give child sex abuse survivors the power to sue institutions such as churches for compensation.

National

National

The Airbnb Crackdown: Too Far Or Not Far Enough?

5 min read

The debate continues around the regulation of short-term rental accommodation and its place in our cities.

Politics

Politics

Government Refuses To Cull Feral Horses

5 min read

Laws have been passed to protect man's second-best four-legged friend, but not everyone's happy about it.

Exclusive

Exclusive

Nats MP Says Barnaby Joyce Should Go After THAT Interview

2 min read

"To be rescued from this is virtually impossible, he pretty much wrote his political death warrant last week with that interview."

10 News First

10 News First

NSW Premier Visits Drought-Stricken Farms

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian announces the appointment of the first drought coordinator, after NSW farms have been hit by the worst drought conditions in more than two decades.

News

News

'Mobile' Pink Slips To Launch In NSW, But At What Cost?

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Could the service providers be breaking the law?