New South Wales News

Mon 3 Aug 2020

'RECKLESS BEHAVIOUR': Health expert slams partygoers

premium_icon 'RECKLESS BEHAVIOUR': Health expert slams partygoers

PUBLIC health expert says there is no excuse for ignoring COVID-19 measures or pretending not to know about the virus

Paramedic, cop bashing hotspots revealed

premium_icon Paramedic, cop bashing hotspots revealed

A battle cry to protect emergency services from assault has been made after shocking new data revealed police and ambulance bashers are avoiding jail time.

Activists shut down logging in State Forest

premium_icon Activists shut down logging in State Forest

Protester tied to machines and suspended in tree during fourth action in six weeks

Baby among 13 new NSW virus cases

premium_icon Baby among 13 new NSW virus cases

A baby is among four new coronavirus cases in Wagga Wagga with the child, its parents and grandmother believed to have contracted the virus in Melbourne.

Are sharks targeting humans or is it mistaken identity?

premium_icon Are sharks targeting humans or is it mistaken identity?

It is a common theory that sharks mistake humans for other prey, but now researchers are putting it to the test.

NSW in state of 'high alert' over virus

NSW in state of 'high alert' over virus

Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned NSW is on "high alert" as COVID-19 cases continue to pop up in new parts of the state.

Lisa blasts ‘mixed messages’ over masks

Lisa blasts ‘mixed messages’ over masks

Debate rages over masks as health experts say a NSW lockdown is urgent before the coronavirus outbreak becomes as deadly as Victoria.

Unlawful arrest claims in Grafton CBD police assault case

premium_icon Unlawful arrest claims in Grafton CBD police assault case

Lawyer of man accused of violently assaulting police during an arrest claims police actions were unlawful.

Anglicare chief says move could create ‘political legacy’

premium_icon Anglicare chief says move could create ‘political legacy’

‘The best way to tackle homelessness is not rocket science. It requires more homes to be built.’

Sun 2 Aug 2020

Melbourne to hit Stage 4 tonight as ScoMo dons mask

premium_icon Melbourne to hit Stage 4 tonight as ScoMo dons mask

Melbourne will hit Stage 4 restrictions from 6pm tonight as the state recorded 671 new COVID-19 cases and seven new deaths overnight.

Inside look at the cops finding NSW’s missing persons

premium_icon Inside look at the cops finding NSW’s missing persons

At the start of Missing Persons Week, the NSW Police unit dedicated to solving the most challenging cases appears to be making strong strides.

AFL star jailed for ‘campaign of terror’

AFL star jailed for ‘campaign of terror’

A former AFL player who assaulted his ex-girlfriend with a blowtorch has served a second sentence for physical and financial abuse.

Woman’s ‘crazy’ supermarket saving

Woman’s ‘crazy’ supermarket saving

A Queensland woman has shared a price comparison list of fruit items from her local grocer compared to Woolworths and there’s a startling difference.

Telstra backpedals on cyber attack excuse

Telstra backpedals on cyber attack excuse

The reason for thousands of people losing their internet access today has changed, with Telstra admitting it wasn’t a cyber attack.

Undercover with the COVID squad

premium_icon Undercover with the COVID squad

With NSW at a critical point in suppressing a second wave of coronavirus, News Corp went undercover with two COVID inspectors to see how venues are complying.

‘If you don’t do a line, I’m going to blow your guts out’

premium_icon ‘If you don’t do a line, I’m going to blow your guts out’

From being asked to push drugs to being forced to take speed with a dealer, Keith Banks led a wild life as an undercover cop.

Reality behind cooking with air fryers

Reality behind cooking with air fryers

A dietitian has revealed the truth behind one of the most popular kitchen appliances – and for some of us it’s not good news.

Man on murder charge ‘broke window, poured petrol inside’

premium_icon Man on murder charge ‘broke window, poured petrol inside’

A man has faced court charged with the murder of a father in a house fire on Friday night. Police will allege the man poured petrol before setting it alight.

Mystery of human skull found inside 370kg shark

premium_icon Mystery of human skull found inside 370kg shark

Almost two decades ago, fishermen hooked a 370kg tiger shark off the coast of NSW. When they opened it up, they found a human skull inside.

Sat 1 Aug 2020

Exposed: Loophole letting crims work as security guards

premium_icon Exposed: Loophole letting crims work as security guards

Lax laws in Australia have exposed a security guard industry open to infiltration by terrorists, neo-Nazis and organised crime cartels.

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