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'Claptrap': Greens MP apologises to Buckingham after calling for him to resign

'Claptrap': Greens MP apologises to Buckingham after calling for him to resign

The division in the NSW Greens party room has worsened, with an MP saying she did not support the "claptrap" in Jenny Leong's speech. 

  • by Alexandra Smith

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'Demolition by neglect:' Future of Callan Park unclear
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'Demolition by neglect:' Future of Callan Park unclear

Callan Park, that rambling antidote to the concrete geometry of much of Sydney’s inner city, is crumbling in parts and will soon need a new tenant.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
'Violence over vibrancy': Relaxing lockout laws a 'curse' on Sydney
Gladys Berejiklian

'Violence over vibrancy': Relaxing lockout laws a 'curse' on Sydney

A push by the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers to wind back Sydney's lock out laws would put "violence over vibrancy".

  • by Alexandra Smith
Fight to replace Luke Foley began before he'd even quit NSW Parliament

Fight to replace Luke Foley began before he'd even quit NSW Parliament

Assistant general secretary Rose Jackson is seeking to be installed in the seat of Auburn.

  • by Lisa Visentin
'An orchestrated political hit': NSW Greens party room in turmoil
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'An orchestrated political hit': NSW Greens party room in turmoil

Justin Field has criticised Jenny Leong for using "parliamentary privilege to publicly and politically destroy another Greens MP."

  • by Alexandra Smith
'I'll get you': NSW Libs hit by allegations of verbal abuse
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Gladys Berejiklian

'I'll get you': NSW Libs hit by allegations of verbal abuse

The party's federal vice-president is threatening to report a NSW Upper House MP to the police over the alleged abuse.

  • by Kylar Loussikian
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NSW public sector workers granted 10 days paid domestic violence leave

NSW public sector workers granted 10 days paid domestic violence leave

NSW public sector employees, including teachers, nurses and police, will be able to take up to 10 days paid domestic violence leave from next year.

  • by Lisa Visentin
The double-edged sword of parliamentary privilege
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Opinion

The double-edged sword of parliamentary privilege

Parliamentary privilege does not exist as a weapon for politicians to air personal grievances, settle scores or sling mud at political foes.

  • by Alexandra Smith
Jeremy Buckingham won't quit, plans to contest the March election
Jeremy Buckingham

Jeremy Buckingham won't quit, plans to contest the March election

The Greens MP is resisting calls to resign after his parliamentary colleague delivered an extraordinary statement in Parliament.

  • by Alexandra Smith
Premier commits to new laws ahead of debate on controversial Zoe's Law
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Premier commits to new laws ahead of debate on controversial Zoe's Law

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will introduce new laws to recognise the death of an unborn child killed during a criminal act if her government is returned at the state election in March.

  • by Lisa Visentin
'Abbott's mini-me' weighs challenge to 'Premier's pick' for North Shore

'Abbott's mini-me' weighs challenge to 'Premier's pick' for North Shore

North Shore hopeful Tim James is not giving up after a showdown between the Liberal Party's warring factions.

  • by Lisa Visentin