New South Wales News

Wed 23 Jan 2019

Mum, son found in car submerged in river

Mum, son found in car submerged in river

TWO bodies - a mother and her son - have been removed from a vehicle submerged in a river on the state’s Mid North Coast.

Sydney CBD warning after infections

Sydney CBD warning after infections

FOUR new cases of a potentially fatal lung infection may have stemmed from Sydney CBD buildings, prompting a health warning.

Attenborough's dire warning: Civilisation could collapse

Attenborough's dire warning: Civilisation could collapse

SIR David Attenborough has issued a dark warning about the “wholesale” destruction of our planet if world leaders don’t act to protect precious ecosystems.

Whitlam’s family home threatened by redevelopment

premium_icon Whitlam’s family home threatened by redevelopment

THE childhood home of former prime minister Gough Whitlam is under imminent threat of being levelled by bulldozers.

Man accused of sex with dogs could lodge pleas

premium_icon Man accused of sex with dogs could lodge pleas

THE Bangalow man is facing 214 charges, including bestiality, producing child abuse material and stealing women's and children's underwear.

Australia dominates world’s priciest cities ranking

Australia dominates world’s priciest cities ranking

FIVE Aussie cities have been ranked among the world’s 20 priciest with many of the country’s regional towns also deemed more unaffordable than New York.

Stranded woman thanks truckie: 'No words for his generosity'

Stranded woman thanks truckie: 'No words for his generosity'

STUCK alone in the middle of the outback with a blown tyre, hours away from any service station, and no phone signal was this woman’s idea of a horror story.

Amazon’s bog scrubbing bot costs $700

Amazon’s bog scrubbing bot costs $700

Scrubbing the toilet is easily the most dreaded job in any house. Now, thanks to the power of technology, you can make a robot do it for you.

How NSW government is charging towards electric cars

How NSW government is charging towards electric cars

ELECTRIC cars are here to stay and more are on the way but an all-important element is missing and the government wants to plug that hole.

Tiger shark caught off Ballina, lifeguards close beach

Tiger shark caught off Ballina, lifeguards close beach

BEACHGOERS have been warned that two popular beaches are closed due to continuing shark activity along the Far North Coast.

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