Minister found naked, disoriented on street
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Minister found naked, disoriented on street

Liberal MP and Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services, Gareth Ward, released a statement today about the two incidents which occurred overnight. “On Tuesday I was admitted…

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Surprise result as bar lockouts end
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Surprise result as bar lockouts end

The controversial lockout laws were introduced in 2014 after the deaths of one-punch victims Thomas Kelly and Daniel Christie and officially repealed on January 14. They have been…

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‘No more excuses’: Turnbull slams PM
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‘No more excuses’: Turnbull slams PM

“How much of our country has to burn, how many lives have to be lost, homes destroyed before we resolve as a nation to act on climate change?”…

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Missing minister returning from Europe
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Missing minister returning from Europe

The widely criticised jaunt, which Mr Elliott left for amid the worsening crisis, will now be cut short in the wake of the ongoing devastation. But critics say…

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‘Do something’: Mum’s plea to PM
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‘Do something’: Mum’s plea to PM

In a social media post, Sydney resident Angela Higgins explained how her father had recently retired and was looking forward to a long overdue holiday. However, after a…

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New Sydney trains ‘danger on wheels’
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New Sydney trains ‘danger on wheels’

The Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) claims the Korean built trains are a “danger on wheels” that demonstrate the Government can’t manage transport projects. But the train’s…

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Shocking number of near-misses revealed
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Shocking number of near-misses revealed

Internal reports by Spanish construction company Acciona, obtained by the Sydney Morning Herald, have revealed the statistics which show motorists entering the tramway corridor is the most common…

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Multi-billion dollar new CBD under fire
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Multi-billion dollar new CBD under fire

Bigger than Barangaroo, itself one of Sydney’s largest ever development sites, plans have been released by the New South Wales Government which involves potentially building over large tracts…

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First Sydney council drops Australia Day
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First Sydney council drops Australia Day

Inner West Council mayor Darcy Byrne said councillors supported a proposal to ditch the celebratory element of January 26, instead encouraging residents to attend the Aboriginal Yabun festival…

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NSW Labor ‘fundamentally wrong’
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NSW Labor ‘fundamentally wrong’

The review is to be headed by former Commonwealth Attorney-General, Professor Michael Lavarch, and comes after details of the state branch’s latest donations scandal were laid bare by…

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