New South Wales News

Fri 5 Jun 2020

Cousin’s heartbreaking video on missing backpacker

premium_icon Cousin’s heartbreaking video on missing backpacker

Sunday marked one year since backpacker Theo Hayez was reported missing in Byron Bay. In a new video, his family has made a fresh, heartbreaking plea.

DEADLY: Vets see surge in parvovirus cases

premium_icon DEADLY: Vets see surge in parvovirus cases

DOG owners are being urged to vaccinate, with Lismore veterinarians seeing a surge of parvovirus.

Kmart says COVID causing empty shelves

Kmart says COVID causing empty shelves

Customers are getting increasingly  impatient at Kmart's empty shelves with the discounter blaming manufacturing delays caused by coronavirus.

5G protesters gear up for rally at Telstra tower

premium_icon 5G protesters gear up for rally at Telstra tower

THE protesters say they are committed to keeping the community “5G-free”.

Thu 4 Jun 2020

The 25kg weight that cost a gym $500k

premium_icon The 25kg weight that cost a gym $500k

A court has ruled a gym must pay a woman $550,000 after she hurt her back moving a 25kg weight that had been left on the floor.

Fate of lions who mauled zookeeper

Fate of lions who mauled zookeeper

Two lions who mauled a zookeeper last week won’t be euthanised, the zoo’s owner has revealed.

Revealed: All the NSW fashion stores set to shut

premium_icon Revealed: All the NSW fashion stores set to shut

From budget to high end, fashion brands in NSW have begun shutting their doors following a nightmare revenue period during COVID-19’s NSW restrictions.

‘They’re being confusing’: Restaurant boss slams rules

premium_icon ‘They’re being confusing’: Restaurant boss slams rules

One restaurant is preparing for a bumper month while another sits empty – now the owner of both has called for a different approach to venue restrictions.

Border blues flattening motorists' spark says business

premium_icon Border blues flattening motorists' spark says business

Veteran businessman Matt Moore is operating his new battery and roadside assistance business in a pandemic no-man’s land thanks to border ban.

Man, 93, airlifted to hospital after fall

premium_icon Man, 93, airlifted to hospital after fall

THE man suffered a severe laceration to his head when he fell.

Byron life a great change of pace for pro surfer Wilko

premium_icon Byron life a great change of pace for pro surfer Wilko

WHAT surfing legend Matt Wilkinson has been up to since World Surf League events have stopped.

Ballina brewer says koala beer was a ‘no brainer’

premium_icon Ballina brewer says koala beer was a ‘no brainer’

SEVEN Mile Brewing Co founder Lou Wilson: ‘We are a big part of our own community.’

What’s in store for Northern NSW this winter

premium_icon What’s in store for Northern NSW this winter

IT COULD be warmer and wetter than average, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

Judge slams man who was too lazy to lodge appeal

premium_icon Judge slams man who was too lazy to lodge appeal

THE man's "tardiness" cost him the chance to appeal his conviction for possessing stolen goods and trespassing.

Wed 3 Jun 2020

Union urges Labor revolt over gas field

premium_icon Union urges Labor revolt over gas field

Labor leader Jodi McKay could face a fight over the Narrabri gas field development, with MPs targeted in a campaign to warn them how many jobs are at stake.

Unexpected upside to lockdown as flu season stalls

premium_icon Unexpected upside to lockdown as flu season stalls

In perhaps the only upside of the coronavirus pandemic, flu infections are low in what was expected to be a deadly season.

The weird COVID rules set to govern weddings

premium_icon The weird COVID rules set to govern weddings

Weddings are set to be whole lot less fun under regulations proposed by the industry to get hospitality back to work again after the coronavirus pandemic.

Phoebe Burgess defends wearing under-fire fashion label

premium_icon Phoebe Burgess defends wearing under-fire fashion label

Phoebe Burgess has defended wearing a label under fire after its founder was called out for plagiarism, taking part in Nazi jokes and being an anti-vaxxer.

Hijab House crash driver had 'epileptic fit': Lawyer

Hijab House crash driver had 'epileptic fit': Lawyer

A painter whose car injured 14 people after it crashed at high speed into a western Sydney hijab shop has been denied bail, despite arguing he’d suffered a seizure...

Major evidence shake-up for child sex abuse trials

Major evidence shake-up for child sex abuse trials

Landmark reforms have passed NSW parliament permitting juries access to more evidence about a child abuse-accused's sexual interest in children.

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