New South Wales News

Thu 2 Apr 2020

VIDEO: Teachers shake off coronavirus blues with viral dance

premium_icon VIDEO: Teachers shake off coronavirus blues with viral dance

‘The challenge was coming from the angle of that we’re in crazy times so let’s do something fun. I’ve been blown away with the response.’

Children to return to classrooms after holidays, PM says

premium_icon Children to return to classrooms after holidays, PM says

Scott Morrison says children are expected to return to classrooms after the looming school holidays if parents are unable to provide home learning.

Grandma’s lonely final hours after Ruby Princess infection

premium_icon Grandma’s lonely final hours after Ruby Princess infection

Grandmother Janet Lieben died alone from the coronavirus at Orange Base Hospital’s ICU with her devoted husband locked in isolation in a cubicle doors away.

Bottle shop slams foolish social media prank

premium_icon Bottle shop slams foolish social media prank

A silly April fool’s day prank has distracted people from a responsible procedures put in place for alcohol sales says a bottleshop licensee.

Corrupt cop Roger Rogerson launches appeal

premium_icon Corrupt cop Roger Rogerson launches appeal

Notorious corrupt detectives Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara have launched their tax payer funded appeals against their convictions for a drug rip-off murder.

Free movies for Foxtel subscribers

Free movies for Foxtel subscribers

Subscribers to Foxtel’s sport pack will receive access to its library of movies for free, as a result of coronavirus impacting live games.

Distillery’s genius idea to keep workers in a job

premium_icon Distillery’s genius idea to keep workers in a job

An award-winning distillery forced to lay off two dozen casual workers has turned to producing an important product to keep remaining staff employed.

Probe launched into Qantas cleaner’s suspension

premium_icon Probe launched into Qantas cleaner’s suspension

SafeWork NSW has launched an investigation into the suspension of a Qantas aircraft cleaner, stood down after raising concerns about staff health and safety

Couple arrested after buying chicken and chips

premium_icon Couple arrested after buying chicken and chips

‘The police don’t forget’: Decision to take a lunch break leads to date with the magistrate.

Police state: How long NSW COVID-19 powers will last

premium_icon Police state: How long NSW COVID-19 powers will last

The NSW Police Commissioner is fed up with people flouting quarantine rules and has revealed for how long the community can expect officers to be out in force

Rubbish clean-up ‘hero’ in jail after claiming he has virus

premium_icon Rubbish clean-up ‘hero’ in jail after claiming he has virus

Police will allege he also made people fearful after he stated: 'Don’t come near me, I have coronavirus'.

‘For heaven’s sake, where is Peter Dutton?’

‘For heaven’s sake, where is Peter Dutton?’

Peter Dutton has been accused of going missing amid a “border security crisis” in the wake of the disastrous decision to allow a cruise ship to dock.

Hotel hits back at Lara’s complaint

Hotel hits back at Lara’s complaint

The 4-star Newtown hotel which has been panned by Lara Worthington and her mum Sharon Bingle has hit back at the pair.

Coronavirus NSW: all you need to know today

Coronavirus NSW: all you need to know today

Coronavirus cases have passed 5100 and the national death toll has risen to 23 this morning, with NSW public gathering restrictions to be in place for 90 days.

Josh Reynolds’ ex commissions busty mural of herself

premium_icon Josh Reynolds’ ex commissions busty mural of herself

A street artist who has unveiled a larger than life mural of NRL star Josh Reynold’s ex-girlfriend Arabella Del Busso

NSW restrictions to be in place for 90 days

NSW restrictions to be in place for 90 days

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller says limits on public gatherings will be in place for 90 days, and hit out at people not obeying the rules.

Revealed: Who pays the bills for hotel lockdown

premium_icon Revealed: Who pays the bills for hotel lockdown

After the National Cabinet agreed NSW would foot the bill to quarantine international arrivals in luxury Sydney hotels, a new deal has now been struck between the...

Stranded cruise ships give rise to diplomatic woes

premium_icon Stranded cruise ships give rise to diplomatic woes

The thousands of stranded crew and passengers on cruise ships is turning into a diplomatic headache as the federal government tries to rescue Aussies while NSW bans the...

Construction work given weekend green light

premium_icon Construction work given weekend green light

The construction industry has been jolted by social distancing rules but new State Government measures are aimed at alleviating their effects.

Focus on family and faith as case begins

premium_icon Focus on family and faith as case begins

Antony, Angelina and Sienna Abdallah and their cousin Veronique Sakr were killed in a drink-driving tragedy but their parents are “determined” to forgive the man behind...

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