New South Wales News

Mon 21 Jan 2019

Fitzy lashes Premier: ‘You can’t be that naive’

Fitzy lashes Premier: ‘You can’t be that naive’

It’s become one of the most divisive issues affecting young Aussies and Nova’s Fitzy has lashed NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian over it.

'Imbecile' gives woman a harsh mark for her parking

premium_icon 'Imbecile' gives woman a harsh mark for her parking

BUT the North Coast woman was adamant that her car was parked "in accordance with the signage”.

Man allegedly throws woman off balcony

Man allegedly throws woman off balcony

A Sydney man is in custody after police were called to a city apartment last night to find a woman thrown from a first floor balcony.

Hundreds of spiders 'explode' above woman's bed

premium_icon Hundreds of spiders 'explode' above woman's bed

FOR some people it's the stuff of nightmares, recurring spider "explosions" above beds, emerging from under the floors and in bathrooms.

Opal Tower fix may reduce floor space in some units

premium_icon Opal Tower fix may reduce floor space in some units

A number of apartments on the most damaged floors of the troubled Opal Tower would lose living floor space under proposed remediation works in another blow to...

‘He was staring into space … like no one was there’

premium_icon ‘He was staring into space … like no one was there’

The family of a game hunter who shot two police officers has described how they tried to reason with him moments before he fired.

Fortune fleeced from superannuation victims

premium_icon Fortune fleeced from superannuation victims

MILLIONS of dollars in transfers are being scrutinised and a financial adviser has been banned from the industry for 25 years.

Sat 19 Jan 2019

Toddler’s cheeky sign targets stupidity

Toddler’s cheeky sign targets stupidity

AS CALLS for pill testing become increasingly dominant, Sydney parents used their toddler and his hilarious sign to get their message across.

Melbourne rap artist charged with murdering Aiia Maasarwe

Melbourne rap artist charged with murdering Aiia Maasarwe

Three days after Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe was found dead metres from her tram stop, a 20-year-old man has been charged with her murder.

A child a day rescued from locked cars this summer

A child a day rescued from locked cars this summer

Temperatures can reach 78C in a car on a hot summer day and yet parents are continuing to leave their children in them.

Officer’s kind act in unbearable heat

Officer’s kind act in unbearable heat

A NSW police officer has received mountains of praise after he made a heartwarming decision when he saw a sheep struggling in the heat.

Fri 18 Jan 2019

The killer 'biological winter' Aussie cops aren’t ready for

premium_icon The killer 'biological winter' Aussie cops aren’t ready for

BACKYARD meth labs were just the start. Now we are facing suburban chemical and biological warfare that Australian authorities are ill-prepared for.

Man mortified as his phone plays porn at gf's family wedding

Man mortified as his phone plays porn at gf's family wedding

He was hoping to score some brownie points that day.... that's not quite what happened. At all.

FBI exposes global prostitution ring in Australia

premium_icon FBI exposes global prostitution ring in Australia

AN FBI sting operation has led to six arrests and the shutdown of a global prostitution ring operating brothels in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and cities across the...

Federal Court fines Aussie motor repair giant $2.6m

premium_icon Federal Court fines Aussie motor repair giant $2.6m

MOTOR repair giant slammed with a $2.6m fine after it was found to have engaged in deceptive conduct.

Man shot in the face by masked gunman on the run

Man shot in the face by masked gunman on the run

POLICE are still searching for the gun wielding man.

Most popular annual leave dates Aussies want

premium_icon Most popular annual leave dates Aussies want

NEW data has revealed the days Australians don’t want to work, as experts weigh in with their best tips to maximise time out of the office.

What we missed in Gillette controversy

What we missed in Gillette controversy

WHILE the world continues to blow up over the razor brand’s latest ad, there’s more to the story that’s gone unnoticed.

‘No revenge’: Priest’s plea after fatal stabbing

premium_icon ‘No revenge’: Priest’s plea after fatal stabbing

A PRIEST made an impassioned plea to mourners saying: “We are human, but we believe in Jesus Christ, so we don’t take revenge.”

‘Popular’ drug OD victim remembered at funeral

premium_icon ‘Popular’ drug OD victim remembered at funeral

A QUEENSLAND man who overdosed at a NSW music festival has been remembered as a kind-hearted, popular and funny young man who lit up every room he entered.

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