New South Wales News

Wed 13 Nov 2019

Bushfires expose how our politicians have failed us

premium_icon Bushfires expose how our politicians have failed us

I’ve been a volunteer rural firefighter for 40 years. What I’ve seen this week has shocked me. Our politicians must stop mudslinging and be the leaders we need.

Anguish as baby’s hands turn purple

Anguish as baby’s hands turn purple

Doctors are stumped after four-month-old Logan’s hands turned purple while on holiday on in Queensland.

Exact time we give into snack cravings

Exact time we give into snack cravings

When it comes to the unshakeable craving for a chocolate bar, Cadbury says we last longer during the day than Indians, but Brits resist the urge for longer.

Building inquiry reveals findings over dodgy towers

premium_icon Building inquiry reveals findings over dodgy towers

Warranties for major, minor building defects must be extended to a minimum of seven years and strata defect bonds should be increased, the committee has found.

Raptor 13: Bikie cop with rough reputation benched

Raptor 13: Bikie cop with rough reputation benched

A police officer dubbed Raptor 13 is used to cruising the streets of Sydney in a highway patrol car disrupting criminal gangs. But not anymore.

Dapto dogs bookie ‘murdered in robbery gone wrong’

premium_icon Dapto dogs bookie ‘murdered in robbery gone wrong’

A man accused of brutally killing a bookmaker 30 years ago told his girlfriend he knifed a big, strong bloke who put up a fight in a robbery gone wrong.

‘Fake’ firefighter and Bondi barbecuer draw cops’ ire

premium_icon ‘Fake’ firefighter and Bondi barbecuer draw cops’ ire

A teenager allegedly posing as a firefighter is among the latest people snared in a police crackdown on anyone causing trouble during the statewide fire ban.

$11 Aldi product that’s ‘fooled’ experts

$11 Aldi product that’s ‘fooled’ experts

A festive Aldi food item has just scored big in a blind taste test, but there’s a luxury ingredient that has “fooled” the judges.

Police investigating seven suspicious fires across NSW

Police investigating seven suspicious fires across NSW

Police suspect seven fires have been deliberately lit across NSW. Anyone with information on these particular fires, should contact police.

Mum fined for leaving car window slightly open

Mum fined for leaving car window slightly open

When Emily left her car she decided to leave the window open a couple of centimetres. When she returned, she was horrified to discover she'd been fined.

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