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Behaviour in the NSW bear pit 'a disgrace and an embarrassment'

Behaviour in the NSW bear pit 'a disgrace and an embarrassment'

All MPs need to heed the call for standards to improve.

  • by Greg Piper

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Premier's pick Felicity Wilson faces defeat in North Shore preselection
State Parliament

Premier's pick Felicity Wilson faces defeat in North Shore preselection

The Liberal candidate hoping to topple North Shore MP Felicity Wilson has not always lived in the electorate.

  • by Alexandra Smith
Daley hits start on the election campaign
Labor in turmoil

Daley hits start on the election campaign

Luke Foley's confidants are trying to talk him out of taking legal action has his successor Michael Daley hits the streets in campaign mode.

  • by Alexandra Smith
'I am a man of the suburbs': Daley's pitch to save Labor
State Parliament

'I am a man of the suburbs': Daley's pitch to save Labor

If the federal government is going to send 1200 new people to NSW a week, then it will have to stump up with funding, the new NSW Opposition leader says.

  • by Alexandra Smith
Man stabbed, car rammed by Range Rover in violent fight: police
Crime

Man stabbed, car rammed by Range Rover in violent fight: police

The man suffered a collapsed lung after the fighting.

  • by Patrick Begley
Daley must avoid any folly after Foley's fall
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Labor in turmoil

Daley must avoid any folly after Foley's fall

The new Opposition Leader's behaviour has to be impeccable, which shouldn't be hard for one who appears to be a happy family man.

  • by Peter FitzSimons
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Premier's sympathetic noises are not enough - Elliott must go
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Sexism

Premier's sympathetic noises are not enough - Elliott must go

NSW politics reached a new low this week. Will politicians get the message from the public and actually change?

  • by Penny Sharpe
'Nothing to hide': Charity boss rejects '$20m misappropriation'
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Charity

'Nothing to hide': Charity boss rejects '$20m misappropriation'

Former criminal turned charity contractor Roy Bijkerk breaks his silence in the courtroom.

  • by Patrick Begley
'Like the good days of the Carr government': Daley's green commitment
Labor in turmoil

'Like the good days of the Carr government': Daley's green commitment

New Labor leader Michael Daley says the environment will be a key focus of his leadership.

  • by Alexandra Smith
Young boy fishing with friends dies after creek bed collapses
Tragedy

Young boy fishing with friends dies after creek bed collapses

A young boy fishing with friends in a creek bed has died after the ground beneath him collapsed, in Molong in the NSW's central west on Saturday afternoon.

  • by Sarah Muller
'Deeply sorry': David Elliott apologises over 'political point scoring' role in Luke Foley harassment scandal
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'Deeply sorry': David Elliott apologises over 'political point scoring' role in Luke Foley harassment scandal

NSW Corrections Minister David Elliott has belatedly apologised to the ABC journalist at the centre of the harassment allegation involving Luke Foley

  • by Lisa Visentin