New South Wales News

Thu 9 Apr 2020

EXPERT TIPS: Best way to do your shopping during pandemic

premium_icon EXPERT TIPS: Best way to do your shopping during pandemic

HOW often should you sanitise your hands? Can the virus survive on items you’ve brought home? We get all your questions answered.

A town united in grief over teacher’s horrific murder

premium_icon A town united in grief over teacher’s horrific murder

Teacher Stephanie Scott was about to marry the man of her dreams. But psychopath Vincent Stanford had been hiding in plain sight, waiting to make his move.

Woman eye gouges supermarket worker

Woman eye gouges supermarket worker

A woman has allegedly spat in a supermarket worker’s face and gouged her eyes after being denied entry to a store on the NSW South Coast.

Dawson applies for stay of trial over podcast ‘impact’

premium_icon Dawson applies for stay of trial over podcast ‘impact’

The Teacher's Pet podcast focused national attention on Chris Dawson and the disappearance of his wife Lynette but now, his lawyers say, he should avoid a trial partly...

Toilet paper scavengers raiding NSW highway stops

premium_icon Toilet paper scavengers raiding NSW highway stops

Toilet paper scavengers have hit highway rest stops so badly transport bosses say they can no longer keep up with demand, forcing NSW Transport to deliver a blunt...

Fiance of murdered teacher finds love again

premium_icon Fiance of murdered teacher finds love again

Five years after his bride-to-be was slain by an evil school cleaner just days before their wedding, the former fiance of Stephanie Scott now has a reason to smile...

Why we're seeing swarms of blue butterflies on the Coast

premium_icon Why we're seeing swarms of blue butterflies on the Coast

Large flights of butterflies have been sights across the Fraser Coast.

NSW MP found at holiday home

NSW MP found at holiday home

A NSW minister has been found staying at his holiday home despite the government pleading for people to stay out of regional towns to limit the spread of...

Wed 8 Apr 2020

Sydney stylist and socialite die at 46

Sydney stylist and socialite die at 46

A stylist to the stars and socialite who had recently shied away from the limelight has died with grieving friends posting tributes online.

Double demerits kick in from tonight

Double demerits kick in from tonight

Double demerits will be in force from just after midnight for some parts of the country, with police also ensuring people follow new virus restrictions.

STUCK AT HOME: 25 creative writing worksheets for children

premium_icon STUCK AT HOME: 25 creative writing worksheets for children

NEED some stimulation for your children? These activities will inspire them to write.

What you can and can’t do this Easter

What you can and can’t do this Easter

From family gatherings to last-minute chocolate runs, here’s what you can and can't do this Easter weekend under the government’s virus restrictions.

Former Tyrell detective fined $10k

Former Tyrell detective fined $10k

The former lead detective from the high profile case of missing child William Tyrrell has been fined after he was found to have made illegal recordings.

'Give us a break, don’t take one': Coronavirus tourism plea

premium_icon 'Give us a break, don’t take one': Coronavirus tourism plea

There is a resounding message from health officials and community leaders in the Tweed about these Easter holidays.

Killer to be sentenced over stabbing at park

premium_icon Killer to be sentenced over stabbing at park

THE man killed a father and left his son critically injured after a violent brawl in 2017.

‘It's like saying pubs are open but... we can fine you’

premium_icon ‘It's like saying pubs are open but... we can fine you’

BYRON Shire’s mayor explains why he wants the NSW border closed, even if it’s just for the Easter period.

Hadley, Jones in bitter clash over George Pell case

premium_icon Hadley, Jones in bitter clash over George Pell case

An almighty stoush erupted today involving top-rating radio hosts Ray Hadley and Alan Jones over Cardinal George Pell, who’s been acquitted of child sex abuse

Coronavirus NSW: all you need to know today

Coronavirus NSW: all you need to know today

Premier considers relaxing restrictions as curve flattens, but there are fears for the homeless in the state as the pandemic continues.

Push to reopen pubs, restaurants by May 1

Push to reopen pubs, restaurants by May 1

As Australia continues to get its coronavirus crisis under control, NSW has high hopes the state could relax its strict lockdown measures in just a few weeks.

Farmers urged to have a coronavirus plan

premium_icon Farmers urged to have a coronavirus plan

A ‘rapidly evolving’ coronavirus situation calls for farmers to work out a ‘plan B’.

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