New South Wales News

Wed 22 May 2019

Mum in suspected murder-suicide identified

premium_icon Mum in suspected murder-suicide identified

THE grim deaths of a mother and her two-year-old daughter are being treated as a murder-suicide, as police reveal their names.

'Monster' NSW priest won't change: victims

'Monster' NSW priest won't change: victims

A former Catholic priest has been jailed for at least 14 months for the indecent assault of two young boys in the 1970s and 80s.

Man sacked after three days sick leave

Man sacked after three days sick leave

Cancer patient Chanintorn Siri took three days off work. Soon after, his bosses made the “extraordinarily heartless” decision to dismiss him.

WARNING! This toy store penis flasher is in the community

premium_icon WARNING! This toy store penis flasher is in the community

Shopping centre flasher Gregory Wayne Chambers has a habit of fully exposing his genitals to little girls.

How ScoMo’s ‘miracle’ win will hit your wallet

premium_icon How ScoMo’s ‘miracle’ win will hit your wallet

The Coalition win could lessen the fall in property prices but it would stabilise superannuation policy. This is how it will affect your family.

Prime Minister’s housing blunder

Prime Minister’s housing blunder

Cracks are emerging in the Prime Minister’s first home buyer scheme, with a real estate group claiming it could have unintended consequences for housing.

Residents call for council to be sacked if rates increase

premium_icon Residents call for council to be sacked if rates increase

LISMORE residents have their say over the council's plans over to increase rates by 31 per cent.

Shop manager with sick bestiality obsession had sex with dog

premium_icon Shop manager with sick bestiality obsession had sex with dog

Craig David Stern faces court on bestiality charge after forcing his dog into a vile sex act on Christmas Eve

New pet selling law to stop dodgy transactions

New pet selling law to stop dodgy transactions

The rule will be introduced from July 1.

One person's 184 responses to survey on town's 20-year plan

premium_icon One person's 184 responses to survey on town's 20-year plan

BALLINA Shire Council's community consultation drew a strong response, but perhaps it was a bit too strong from one resident.

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