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Rachel Clun is a journalist at The Sydney Morning Herald.

After record-breaking summer, NSW set for a hotter than average autumn

After record-breaking summer, NSW set for a hotter than average autumn

The country is on track to have warmer than average days and nights in the coming months, the Bureau of Meteorology says.

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'Be very vigilant': 19 homes destroyed as northern NSW fires rage on

'Be very vigilant': 19 homes destroyed as northern NSW fires rage on

Residents in the vicinity of three major bushfires burning in north-eastern NSW have been urged to remain vigilant, with 19 homes confirmed destroyed.

  • by Rachel Clun, Jenny Noyes and Ben Weir
Power restored after thousands in Sydney's north affected by outage
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Power restored after thousands in Sydney's north affected by outage

Some people on Sydney's upper north shore went without power for almost 24 hours after a fire at a substation.

  • by Rachel Clun
Man charged after elderly woman indecently assaulted in aged-care home

Man charged after elderly woman indecently assaulted in aged-care home

The 85-year-old woman was woken by a stranger touching her, police say.

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Villages to be given time limits to ditch fees, sell units after retirees leave

Villages to be given time limits to ditch fees, sell units after retirees leave

While the moves have been welcomed by some, others say the policy changes need to address key issues for them to work.

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'Imminent threat to lives' as bushfire impacts properties in northern NSW
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'Imminent threat to lives' as bushfire impacts properties in northern NSW

The fire spread quickly in multiple directions under strong and gusty winds on Wednesday afternoon.

  • by Rachel Clun and Jenny Noyes
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Huge dust cloud could reach New Zealand after blanketing Sydney

Huge dust cloud could reach New Zealand after blanketing Sydney

The 2300-kilometre long dust cloud stretches from south-west Queensland into the Tasman Sea.

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'A rare breed': Tributes flow for contractor electrocuted on Sydney roof

'A rare breed': Tributes flow for contractor electrocuted on Sydney roof

Friends of Joel White said the 24-year-old would be "deeply missed" after he came into contact with overhead powerlines while working.

  • by Rachel Clun
Sydney Trains real-time updates restored after IT outage

Sydney Trains real-time updates restored after IT outage

An IT issue affected trains on every line on Monday night.

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Hotel booking company leaves honeymooners high and dry

Hotel booking company leaves honeymooners high and dry

Rochelle and Ben turned up to the hotel ecstatic to start their honeymoon, only to find out the company they booked the room through had cancelled it hours earlier.

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Riverwood car crash leads to Sydney train delays

Riverwood car crash leads to Sydney train delays

A car crash has damaged signalling equipment, causing delays across the Sydney Trains network.

  • by Rachel Clun