Eamonn Duff

Eamonn Duff

Eamonn Duff is the Sun-Herald senior investigative writer

Foxes are fair game after NSW pest species declaration

A supplied image obtained Saturday, December 6, 2014 of fox cubs in the care of Sydney Fox Rescue. Photo by Amy Sem

Eamonn Duff Foxes are to be officially declared a pest species across NSW.

Sydney panther legend surfaces in Goulburn after couple photograph predator on property

The photograph that Jeff and Ruth Gulson took of the animal on their property.

Eamonn Duff The truth is out there as Goulburn becomes latest 'big cat' hot spot.

Blue Mountains panther spotted again


Eamonn Duff Weeks after the government declared the Blue Mountains big cat file closed, a Sydney father has spoken of a terrifying encounter with a panther-like creature outside his home.

Close eye kept on repeat offenders

Brendan Hokin.

Eamonn Duff Police profilers have assembled a hit list of more than 40 serial arson suspects and placed them under continuing surveillance - until at least the end of summer.

High drama: Qantas python's flying circus

Snake on Qantas plane engine mid-flight to PNG

Eamonn Duff QANTAS had its very own dramatic 'snakes on a plane' episode on Thursday when a three-metre python joined passengers onboard an early morning flight bound for Papua New Guinea.

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Toddler drowns in floods

Ian Bailey and his dog Scotty.

Eamonn Duff and Sarah Whyte A toddler drowned in a stormwater drain, a dozen residents had to be rescued from their vehicles and 1800 residents of a country town face being cut off for five days as storms ravaged NSW.

Finding Bennelong

Eamonn Duff Woollarawarre Bennelong is immortalised in every Australian school history book as one of the first Aborigines to live among white settlers.