Louise Hall STATE POLITICS THE state government says the decision to remove unflued gas heaters from about 100 schools in the state's coldest areas is not an admission the heaters cause respiratory problems in children.
LOUISE HALL THE government will spend $5.6 billion on support services for the state's disadvantaged communities in 2010-11 as it implements its overhaul of the welfare system and the disability and ageing...
Louise Hall A GROUP of Aborigines who won the first native title claim on the Australian mainland have been accused of frittering away the $740,000 paid in compensation by the NSW government.
Louise Hall, Sean Nicholls and Brian Robins GRAHAM WEST entered politics wanting to make the world a better place for the disadvantaged after working alongside Kristina Keneally at the Catholic charity St Vincent de Paul.
Louise Hall and Conrad Walters Less than a hour after sitting next to Joe Tripodi at an Italian Republic Day festival, the Premier, Kristina Keneally, was again forced to defend herself against claims that he and fellow right-wing...
Louise Hall CHILDREN and teenagers with disabilities have been stuck in crisis accommodation, some for more than eight years - at a cost of up to $1.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS THE number of people waiting for elective surgery in NSW has risen by more than 4500, despite the allocation of $38 million in federal funds to cut waiting lists.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS THE mood was sombre yesterday afternoon as the Governor, Marie Bashir, presided over the eighth cabinet swearing-in ceremony in 20 months.
Ben Cubby and Louise Hall THE state government has asserted privilege to suppress a report that shows unflued gas heaters have unspecified health effects on children in NSW schools.
Louise Hall KEN'S at Kensington is considered ''a veritable Sydney institution'', according to the Explore Gay Australia website.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS A SYDNEY family who saved the NSW government $1 million in construction costs by sending their wheelchair-bound son to an independent school has lost $25,000 a year in teacher's aide funding.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS BRIBES and gifts to public officials are so ''prevalent and problematic'' that an education campaign in multiple languages should be launched, the corruption watchdog says.
Louise Hall LOCAL councils are highly vulnerable to corruption yet do not use adequate risk controls such as audits, the corruption watchdog says.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS SUNBEDS and tanning clinics should be banned, the Greens say, after a government audit found nearly 40 per cent of the businesses were operating illegally.
Louise Hall The NSW opposition has accused the disgraced former MP Karyn Paluzzano of deliberately delaying her confession to the Independent Commission Against Corruption until she became eligible for a...
Brian Robins and Louise Hall THE state government faces the loss of the seat of Penrith in a byelection expected to be held in late June after the sitting member, Karyn Paluzzano, yesterday decided to quit Parliament.
Louise Hall, STATE POLITICS A RADICAL plan to overhaul the laws and policy regarding young offenders has been rejected by the NSW government.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS The new head of the NSW Department of Aboriginal Affairs, James Christian, has promised to clean up an alleged culture of bullying and mismanagement that staff say has flourished for almost a decade.
Louise Hall STATE POLITICS RETIRED premiers spent more than $1.2 million in taxpayer-funded expenses last year on top of their parliamentary pensions.
Louise Hall THE Gordon Estate in Dubbo had long been a ghetto of welfare dependency, hopelessness and crime when it gained national notoriety with an alcohol-fuelled riot on New Year's Day 2006.