"The Opal readers will only allow people to tap off when the bus is at a stop. This person should obviously just have stayed well clear in any case."
Heath Aston is a federal political correspondent. Most recently Heath was the state political editor for the Sun-Herald. Before joining the NSW press gallery he worked for newspapers in Sydney and London.
They say not to look too closely at how a sausage is made if you want to maintain an appetite.
Police officers from the NSW fraud squad have attended the Sydney headquarters of the RSL as the leadership crisis at the venerated organisation descended to a new low, with RSL chief executive Glenn Kolomeitz saying he did not know whether he still had a job.
It could be time to impose flockout laws.
The RSL has widened the scope of investigations into alleged financial misconduct that flourished for years in the league's NSW leadership.
After 20 years of government promises, raw sewage is still being pumped into the sea near Bondi.
Harbourfront suburbs will breathe easier after the Turnbull Government agreed to revive restrictions on the sulphur content of fuels used by cruise ships at dock in Sydney Harbour.
It has been 2916 days since controversial former state Labor minister Ian Macdonald issued China's state-owned Shenhua a licence to explore for coal in Australia's richest farming region, the Liverpool Plains, in return for a $300 million cash payment to the NSW government.
Greyhound racing clubs are working on ways to survive the Baird Government's closure of the industry with an eye to an improbable return to the track.
Fossil fuel giant Santos has submitted new plans to drill for coal seam gas in the heart of Australia's richest farming country, the Liverpool Plains - an area inside Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce's hotly-contested seat of New England.