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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Call to introduce a toll on all roads
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Call to introduce a toll on all roads

Congestion watchers at a population conference in Sydney have said either a congestion charge “cordon” should surround CBDs or a road charge of up to 7c per kilometre…

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Sydney Olympic stadium’s $810m upgrade
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Sydney Olympic stadium’s $810m upgrade

The NSW Government today released the plans, which include reducing the stadium’s capacity from 85,500 to 70,000, for public comment. There will be capacity for a further 20,000…

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‘Treacherous’ move against premier fails
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‘Treacherous’ move against premier fails

Less than three hours before Liberal MPs Tanya Davies, Matthew Mason-Cox and Lou Amato were due to push the spill motion over the Premier’s handling of a controversial…

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Premier blindsided by spill motion
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Premier blindsided by spill motion

The motion will be moved by Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies and Liberal Senators Matthew Mason-Cox and Lou Amato over the Premier’s handling of a controversial abortion bill. “We…

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‘Smear’ argument won’t help Gladys
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‘Smear’ argument won’t help Gladys

Gladys Liu has much to explain and no huffing and puffing about “smears” by the Government will remove that obligation. The fate of the Liberal MP rests on…

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Incredulous journo challenges PM
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Incredulous journo challenges PM

In a media release yesterday, the Prime Minister said the new airport — on which construction began last year — would be an experience for both “locals and…

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Labor promises action over Aldi bag affair
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Labor promises action over Aldi bag affair

Mr Swan pledge the party would “act on” findings by an Independent Commission Against Corruption which could see Labor’s dominant right wing in NSW — “The Machine” as…

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