Sean Nicholls, Michaela Whitbourn 1:58 PM Premier Mike Baird vows corruption findings against four prominent businessmen will stand after court ruling put them in jeopardy.
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Rachel Olding Recent violent courtroom incidents have prompted police to renew calls for being allowed to carry arms in courthouses.
A man has escaped serious injury after a shark attack on the NSW mid-north coast.
Georgina Mitchell Mount Druitt residents have complained that a promotional video for an upcoming documentary mocked, degraded and insulted them.
Rachel Olding Two NSW women have died allegedly at the hands of their partners in the last week, one of the worst records for domestic violence in the state.
Leesha McKenny and Peter Hannam In the highly contested field of urban planning and with the need to balance heritage and growth, new Planning Minister Rob Stokes believes he will have to walk a fine line.
Eating some types of sugar rather than others leaves you feeling hungrier and with less self-control, a study out of the US indicates.
For anyone interested in government accountability and transparency it might not be much of a moment to celebrate.
Between falling from the heavens and reaching the deep blue sea, storm water makes an epic journey through our cities.
The cashed up, the hopeful, the wide-eyed, the canny, the gullible, the desperate and baseless.And the Lotto dreamer.
They are the city's "second class citizens," a group of a million people who make 92 per cent of the city's journeys each and every day.
Imagine filling up your trolley with groceries and simply rolling out the door. Researchers have created a superior RFID tags, potentially turning this dream into a reality.
Heated protests have seen 13 people handed show cause notices after students were dragged out of a lecture hall
Aerial vision shows the devastating damage left behind by the April storms in the Hunter region, where flooding and property damage were still widespread on Wednesday. Vision courtesy of the Newcastle Herald.