New South Wales News

Tue 22 May 2018

Man allegedly ‘knowingly infected woman with HIV’

Man allegedly ‘knowingly infected woman with HIV’

A businessman has been charged with knowingly infecting a woman with HIV and with having sex with a dog.

VIDEO: Police confirm driver died at scene of fiery crash

VIDEO: Police confirm driver died at scene of fiery crash

UPDATE: Police have confirmed a person, believed to be male, was killed in a single-vehicle collision.

FATALITY: Car 'increased speed, veered across highway'

premium_icon FATALITY: Car 'increased speed, veered across highway'

THE car involved in a single fatality increased speed and veered across oncoming traffic before colliding with a tree, according to witnesses.

Unpaid sub-contractors up the ante as they chase their money

premium_icon Unpaid sub-contractors up the ante as they chase their money

Unpaid highway contractors reveal plan to keep pressure on the government as they chase $7.5 million.

Harry and Meghan set for regional pit stop

premium_icon Harry and Meghan set for regional pit stop

NSW officials hope to whisk them off to a regional pit stop when they visit Sydney on what’s expected to be their first international tour as a royal couple.

The great potato chip debate: What's your flavour?

premium_icon The great potato chip debate: What's your flavour?

ONE minute we had two choices. The next, there are eleventy million, including Wagyu beef, fresh lime and Champagne vinaigrette.

Mon 21 May 2018

Serial paedophile back behind bars after national outrage

premium_icon Serial paedophile back behind bars after national outrage

Convicted paedophile faces court on fresh charges.

Doomsday sex cult leader to sell 'sacred' farm

Doomsday sex cult leader to sell 'sacred' farm

THE convicted leader of an Australian sex cult has put the “sacred” property where he committed his atrocities on the market.

‘Serious risk’: Nursing homes singled out

premium_icon ‘Serious risk’: Nursing homes singled out

SIX Queensland nursing homes have been identified as a “serious risk” to the people who live there, including one where QPS is probing five suspicious deaths.

Ballina council throws $1 million at developer court battle

premium_icon Ballina council throws $1 million at developer court battle

A REJECTED $26 million residential subdivision, which was planned to include 640 lots, has turned into a costly legal battle for Ballina Shire Council.

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