New South Wales News

Wed 19 Jun 2019

An elusive history chase turns into TV show

An elusive history chase turns into TV show

THEY say every family has a secret and for Lance Innes the secret is so big and so strange that it's little wonder it caught the interest of TV producers.

Tue 18 Jun 2019

Say goodbye to driver’s licences

Say goodbye to driver’s licences

There’s a new plan to make physical plastic driver’s licences and identification cards a thing of the past in one Australian state.

‘Stay home’: Killer flu warning

‘Stay home’: Killer flu warning

Health experts across the country are urging people to stay home if they are unwell, as the death toll from this year’s virus rises.

Hundreds of drivers nabbed under new laws

Hundreds of drivers nabbed under new laws

In just a few weeks, 230 drivers have been penalised under NSW’s harsh new drink-driving laws, with even low-range offenders losing licences.

Students share the love for admired canteen volunteer

Students share the love for admired canteen volunteer

BERYL King was queen for a day at St Anthony's Primary School Kingscliff last month.

Mon 17 Jun 2019

Singles Ladies author to share the joy of ageing at festival

Singles Ladies author to share the joy of ageing at festival

BYRON Writers Festival has "been on the agenda" for a while for author Joanna Nell, and with a best-selling book to her name she is finally on her way.

Sun 16 Jun 2019

Dutton revives broader cyber powers plan

Dutton revives broader cyber powers plan

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the government's spy agencies need better capacity to deal with cyber attacks on domestic networks.

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