New South Wales News

Sat 22 Feb 2020

Darwin quarantine “like a sh-thole and govt has conned us”

premium_icon Darwin quarantine “like a sh-thole and govt has conned us”

NO TV, no alcohol allowed, water and bed linen shortage – some of the issues a NSW couple, who tested negative for coronavirus, are dealing with.

Hundreds of daycares shut down in state blitz

premium_icon Hundreds of daycares shut down in state blitz

Hundreds of family daycare providers across NSW have been shut down in the past five years, for a range of reasons including negligence, a lack of supervision and staff...

Fri 21 Feb 2020

Dad charged over $97m ice bust

premium_icon Dad charged over $97m ice bust

A family man from Sydney’s affluent eastern suburbs has been charged in relation to the alleged importation of 130kg of ice hidden in a piece of machinery.

Rapist Mohammed Skaf refused parole for third time

premium_icon Rapist Mohammed Skaf refused parole for third time

Mohammed Skaf, who led the notorious gang rapes in 2000, will remain behind bars after he was refused parole after being ruled as not safe to be released.

Accused teacher kidnapper’s remorse over bizarre tragedy

premium_icon Accused teacher kidnapper’s remorse over bizarre tragedy

The third person charged with kidnapping and bashing private schoolteacher Anthony Stott voluntarily went to police after he became remorseful.

This NSFW 'yoni' art exhibition has thousands talking

premium_icon This NSFW 'yoni' art exhibition has thousands talking

Artist hopes to “ignite more conversations about women’s pleasure, women’s bodies and the acceptance and variety”.

Ex-partner charged over grisly bathtub murder

premium_icon Ex-partner charged over grisly bathtub murder

The ex-partner of Lithgow woman Jenoa Sutton has been charged over her 2012 murder. Her lifeless body was found battered in a bathtub by her shocked sister.

Chinese property king’s Sydney dream crashes down

premium_icon Chinese property king’s Sydney dream crashes down

Michael Guo’s dream of bringing high-class apartments came crashing down this week as 60 businesses went belly-up leaving behind a trail of creditors.

Cheating husband jailed for killing his partner

premium_icon Cheating husband jailed for killing his partner

An unfaithful husband whose wife died after he deliberately drove their car into a river to “vent his rage” has been jailed.

KFC’s new restaurant and secret menu changes

premium_icon KFC’s new restaurant and secret menu changes

KFC is expanding across Australia with the launch of more than 30 new restaurants, offering new ordering technology and innovation around their secret menu.

Third person charged over detained teacher case

premium_icon Third person charged over detained teacher case

A third person has been charged over detained teacher case in the Tweed earlier this month

COUNTDOWN: 2 days until you can get locals Splendour tickets

premium_icon COUNTDOWN: 2 days until you can get locals Splendour tickets

WHAT you need to know to get your locals tickets to the 2020 music festival.

OUR SAY: Time for men to take responsibility

premium_icon OUR SAY: Time for men to take responsibility

It’s time for men to lead on the issue of toxic masculinity, no matter whether you think you’re not the problem.

Thu 20 Feb 2020

Jason Costigan’s daughter in court on cocaine charges

premium_icon Jason Costigan’s daughter in court on cocaine charges

Police have allegedly got their hands on more than a thousand messages and phone calls between an MP’s daughter and her dial-a-dealer husband co-accused.

Ex-Labor leader’s ‘smoke joke’ on Dastyari in coal trial

premium_icon Ex-Labor leader’s ‘smoke joke’ on Dastyari in coal trial

Former NSW Labor leader Luke Foley has told the coal licence conspiracy that working with disgraced ex-colleague Sam Dastyari was like “wrestling with smoke”.

Sydney man jailed for joining IS in Syria

premium_icon Sydney man jailed for joining IS in Syria

The first Australian to be charged under foreign fighter laws has pleaded guilty to engaging in hostile activity in a foreign country

Receipts show cost of bureaucrats and their events

premium_icon Receipts show cost of bureaucrats and their events

council officials are whipping out their corporate credit cards to pay for dinner, drinks for staff on annual team-building work seminars at beachside resorts.

Fatal hit-and-run accused moves in with his mother

premium_icon Fatal hit-and-run accused moves in with his mother

What we know so far about fatal hit-and-run accused Charles Newman

Man killed by ‘one in a million’ gas bottle accident named

premium_icon Man killed by ‘one in a million’ gas bottle accident named

A sign warning of the dangers of flying objects during a storm was in place above the spot Hoong Leong was killed after being hit by a falling gas bottle on Tuesday.

Inside the police bushland hunt for William Tyrrell

premium_icon Inside the police bushland hunt for William Tyrrell

Police were yesterday ordered to return to Kendall on the NSW mid north coast to search bushland as part of the investigation into the disappearance of William Tyrrell.

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