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All the news you need to know this Friday.
All the news you need to know this Friday.
As a new dad to a baby girl, former NRL player Alex McKinnon recently had a profound realisation.
Dear Premier: We know money talks and I know that money can help people walk.
The NSW Government is set to unveil a record $15 million in funding for spinal research in this Tuesday's state budget.
Controversial music festival Defqon has cancelled its 2019 event and is uncertain "if and when" the event will ever return.
The peak medical body in NSW has compared relaxing Sydney's lockout laws with not wearing a condom or rejecting vaccinations.
Could GetUp’s kryptonite be an anti-GetUp mock superhero?
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has defended the number of female ministers in her revamped Cabinet, saying she is proud of the new women "coming through the ranks".
Political veterans commenting in the media have, in most cases, earned the right to have their opinions taken with appropriate deference to their success and experience.
Dear Gladys Berejiklian,
One of Australia's most divisive political figures has completed a comeback after nearly 15 years on the sidelines.
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”.
Inaction on climate change. Lack of affordable housing. Music festival closures. Strip searches. Lockouts. A blanket refusal to consider pill testing...
All the news you need to know this Monday.
Police have defended a drug dog operation with "privacy screens" at a busy Sydney train station in the middle of the day, as a politician slammed it as "sickening".
Australia's music scene is standing against the NSW government's crackdown on festivals with a novel strategy -- static.
"Respect is needed", a Liberal candidate admitted, after a controversial incident where his volunteers surrounded his Labor rival's wife on the campaign trail.
A call to Triple Zero can be the difference between life and death, and those we rely on in emergency situations are begging the public to not waste the time of these vital services.
The National Party was created to give country people a voice in the state and federal parliaments. But people in the bush are turning away from the party they once voted for…
A man accused of dealing drugs at music festivals has sensationally blamed the government for lethal pills.
After his conviction for misconduct in public office was quashed, former minister Ian Macdonald has been granted bail and has walked free from jail.
What to expect four-weeks out from the State Election.
If it were a festival lineup, it'd sell out quick.
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.
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.
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.
Lee Rhiannon has been left disgusted by dozens of vile text messages and calls after her phone number was scrawled on the wall of a Sydney bar alongside the offer of "a good time".
The NSW coroner will hold an inquest into a spate of drug-related deaths at music festivals this summer, as calls grow for the government to approve a pill testing trial.
Further mass fish kills have occurred across NSW, with the state government pointing the finger at drought conditions and extreme heat.
"Please don't forget us."
"Premier, please. Can we have this pill testing done?"
Recent media attention has focused on the Opal Tower, but an older residential building will soon make headlines.
Engineers tasked by the NSW government to investigate Sydney's controversial Opal Tower claimed the building has "a number of design and construction issues."
While still stubbornly opposing pill testing at festivals, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian appears to have extended the invitation to experts to prove her wrong.
Midwives have delivered a desperate plea to the NSW Health Minister begging him for more staff in maternity wards.
A controversial nationalist group has established a 'clubhouse' in Sydney's inner west, with local residents starting a protest movement and a state MP calling for police to probe the group.
Dead bodies could be dug up and the graves filled with new occupants after just a quarter of a century, under new legislation proposed by the NSW state government.
It's the size of a passenger jet, and it's called Gaia.
A protest was held outside NSW Parliament on Thursday against the reintroduction of a contested bill that criminalises the serious harm or death of a foetus during a criminal act such as a car crash.
Luke Foley's replacement as NSW Labor leader has slammed his predecessor, calling his extraordinary press conference about allegations involving an ABC journalist "a continuation of the attack".
Shortly after Mathew Flame was arrested by police, the accused killer was taken to hospital with an injured hand and foot.
Yesterday, a female journalist from the ABC released a statement about the alleged behavior of NSW Opposition leader Luke Foley.
With Luke Foley stepping down as NSW Labor leader, attention has turned to who will replace him -- and potentially become the next state premier.
NSW Labor leader Luke Foley has quit in the wake of bombshell allegations he groped an ABC journalist at a bar in 2016, but maintains the claims are false.
It’s the great political conundrum of our age: how do we shake things up?
Pressure is mounting on Luke Foley to resign after the journalist at the centre of a sexual harassment allegation against the opposition leader came forward.
Australia's former Prime Minister seems to think adults and children asylum seekers on Nauru *really* are living in paradise.
A renewed push for the overhaul of Sydney's controversial nightlife lockout laws will be introduced in parliament on Thursday, an unlikely alliance between conservative MPs and cultural champions.
Koalas might be an emblem of Australia, but they're facing extinction in New South Wales due to land clearing.
Ten News has been told a confrontation erupted between two female MPs during a party room meeting this week.
If there’s one tired, meaningless word we need to expunge from the English language in 2018, it’s ‘slacktivism.’
Tens of thousands have signed a petition slamming the government decision to promote next Saturday's Everest horse race on the Sydney Opera House.
Internet safety and domestic violence prevention groups have welcomed moves to combat online abuse, with new penalties of up to five years in jail.
The country’s richest horse race is being held in Sydney next Saturday, and you’ll be hard-pressed to miss it.
The hundred-year-old tunnels and railway platforms, which have sat unused beneath Sydney for decades, will be the focus of an audacious plan to reinvigorate the city's nightlife.
Slug infestations, a rat breeding colony, asbestos contamination and tarps for walls.
Two more young people are dead, but governments are still viciously resisting calls for pill testing.
It follows an extraordinary attack by a Federal Liberal MP.
The government believed fishing was a "low risk" to the survival of marine areas.
The Opposition is calling for a digital system linking GPs and pharmacies, in the hope it will reduce deaths related to prescription drugs.
"You think, if I go into politics, then I'd be signing up for that kind of treatment."
"It's a start. I think the government could do more"
"That is heartless. Utterly heartless."
He challenged other regional MPs to do the same.
The disgraced MP will leave before parliament resumes next month.
"You can all cluster out there and have a little bitch session," Labor MPs told last week
A "better than expected" $3.9 billion surplus has been delivered.
The NSW lower house has voted overwhelmingly in favour of the Safe Access To Reproductive Health Clinics Bill.
Harassing people entering or leaving an abortion clinic now carries a maximum penalty of six months prison or a $5,550 fine.
The documents will be released Friday, after a sensational censure motion.
The government says crime statistics fell in most crime categories in 2017.
It appears Joyce no longer feels the public will 'get bored' of coverage regarding his relationship.
Labor's Penny Sharpe and the Nationals' Trevor Khan teamed up to co-sponsor the bill.
The NSW Opposition Leader earlier lamented the decline of western Sydney suburbs, warning that we are seeing a "white flight" of Anglo families out of the area.