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'Gladys needs to be more open-minded': Libs urge Premier to rethink pill testing

'Gladys needs to be more open-minded': Libs urge Premier to rethink pill testing

The Premier's opposition to pill testing appears to be wavering after another drug-related death at a music festival.

  • by Alexandra Smith & Georgina Mitchell

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Minister sues over developer claims
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Minister sues over developer claims

A minister who campaigned against development of his electorate is stung by the accusation that he used intimidation tactics to get a building project approved.

  • by Harriet Alexander
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers all fired up for state election
NSW Votes

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers all fired up for state election

The Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party is planning to field more candidates in the March 2019 state election than in any previous election.

  • by Tim Barlass
North Shore MP's preselection rival claims mystery voter
Liberal Party

North Shore MP's preselection rival claims mystery voter

Tim James has seized on a potential mystery vote or voter to launch a fresh challenge to North Shore MP Felicity Wilson's narrow preselection victory.

  • by Megan Gorrey
Premier ramps up push to stand apart from PM
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Premier ramps up push to stand apart from PM

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said her government would continue to "stand on its own two feet" after it launched a rebuke of the federal government's intransigence on climate change and energy policy.

  • by Lisa Visentin & Jordan Baker
'Ripping up my membership': Jeremy Buckingham quits 'toxic' Greens to run as an independent
NSW Votes

'Ripping up my membership': Jeremy Buckingham quits 'toxic' Greens to run as an independent

Embattled Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham will contest the NSW election as an independent, promising to "challenge the NSW Greens' Marxist agenda".

  • by Lisa Visentin
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Inspector-General says report 'different' after submission from Minister
Juvenile Justice

Inspector-General says report 'different' after submission from Minister

Inspector of Custodial Services Fiona Rafter has said she changed her long-awaited report into unlawful use of solitary confinement of juveniles after submissions from David Elliott.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
NSW goes to war with feds over energy policy
NSW Votes

NSW goes to war with feds over energy policy

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has distanced her government from the stance of Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

  • by Lisa Visentin & Cole Latimer
NSW Greens avoid split but impasse remains over embattled MP
NSW Votes

NSW Greens avoid split but impasse remains over embattled MP

Two NSW Greens MPs have back downed from their threat to quit the party, after a deal was brokered by the Australian Greens to launch a review into the warring state party's constitution and processes.

  • by Lisa Visentin
NSW Minister Pru Goward to quit politics
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NSW Minister Pru Goward to quit politics

Pru Goward is the second minister to quit the Berejiklian government in the lead up to the March election.

  • by Lisa Visentin
$1 rideshare levy nets $34m for state: but taxis are losing money
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$1 rideshare levy nets $34m for state: but taxis are losing money

The NSW Taxi Council says the levy will recover money given to the taxi and hire car industries by the government, but it's not enough to offset their losses.

  • by Nigel Gladstone