New South Wales News

Fri 20 Jul 2018

Councillors labelled 'mean and miserable'

Councillors labelled 'mean and miserable'

A COLLEAGUE has labelled his fellow councillors 'mean and miserable' for knocking back a request from Surf Life Saving Far North Coast.

Tourism success story: A Coffs must see attraction

Tourism success story: A Coffs must see attraction

One of Coffs Harbour's must-see tourist attractions has welcomed its 100,000th visitor this week.

Ballina mum rushes to be with son after horror crash

Ballina mum rushes to be with son after horror crash

NATE Thornton, 11, was the sole survivor of the crash, which saw his father, 71, and nine-year-old sister die on impact.

'GO HOME': No love lost between locals and visitors

'GO HOME': No love lost between locals and visitors

IT'S usually a favourite spot for selfies as people come into Byron Bay, but perhaps locals aren't impressed by the sudden population explosion.

Woman claims handshake was ‘violent crime’

Woman claims handshake was ‘violent crime’

A WOMAN has claimed she was injured when a real-estate agent shook her hand after a property auction.

Boy crawls out of wreckage of fiery crash

premium_icon Boy crawls out of wreckage of fiery crash

The boy, 11, was found walking on a highway after he escaped a shocking triple-fatality crash that killed his father and younger sister.

FBI intervenes after Ballina man's mass shooting threat

premium_icon FBI intervenes after Ballina man's mass shooting threat

A SOURED international love triangle led to threats to commit an act of extreme violence.

Ex-cop sues over illegal bugging

premium_icon Ex-cop sues over illegal bugging

THREE former police commissioners are expected to be subpoenaed as a former drug squad detective sues three government agencies after he was illegally bugged.

Race row student dead after fatal fit

premium_icon Race row student dead after fatal fit

A STUDENT who dressed as a World War II concentration camp victim at an anti-PC party has been found dead amid online outrage over his costume.

'Our little secret': Sophisticated porn extortion scam

'Our little secret': Sophisticated porn extortion scam

Victims are warned not to interact with the email at all.

Queensland company wins four-year Tweed tourism contract

Queensland company wins four-year Tweed tourism contract

Tweed Shire Council takes a new direction for the promotion of its tourism.

Thu 19 Jul 2018

Police not to blame for motorcyclist's 'tragic death'

premium_icon Police not to blame for motorcyclist's 'tragic death'

POLICE did all they could to keep cattle off road and were not to blame when Scott Bowden died after his motorbike collided with a cow near Coraki.

Seven dead in horror 24 hours on roads

Seven dead in horror 24 hours on roads

SIX people have died in a horror 24 hours on NSW roads.

Criminal lawyer in alleged violent soccer brawl

premium_icon Criminal lawyer in alleged violent soccer brawl

A PROMINENT criminal lawyer was allegedly involved in a domestic violence brawl with her former father in law at her children’s soccer match.

Highway reopens after overturned car closed lanes

Highway reopens after overturned car closed lanes

TRAFFIC diversions have been lifted after a crash closed northbound lanes of the Pacific Highway this morning.

'I don't know how he didn't die that night'

premium_icon 'I don't know how he didn't die that night'

MAN electrocuted when his yacht hit powerlines.

Rugby player jailed for three violent sex attacks

premium_icon Rugby player jailed for three violent sex attacks

A rugby player was yesterday jailed for at least four-and-a-half years for violent sex attacks on three women within 12 hours.

Dundee super bowl ad spurs tourism bonanza

premium_icon Dundee super bowl ad spurs tourism bonanza

SYDNEY is driving a record surge in overseas visitors that has pumped almost $6 billion extra into the Harbour City and the national economy over the last year.

Sex consent law changes may ‘create legal nightmare’

premium_icon Sex consent law changes may ‘create legal nightmare’

Changing NSW consent laws so that people have to obtain a “verbal yes” before consenting to sex could backfire and lead to innocent people being found guilty.

Wed 18 Jul 2018

Police ready for Splendour crackdown

Police ready for Splendour crackdown

Police will be cracking down on illegal drug users and dangerous drivers ahead of this weekend's Splendour in the Grass.

Newer Older