WA authorities say there will be no disruption to the AFL grand final at this stage despite a NSW truck driver testing positive for COVID-19 after driving through the state […]
The New South Wales truck driver returned a negative test on September 13 before driving with a co-driver across the country and entering WA on September 16. Three days later […]
Train drivers say they will strike next Tuesday, bringing the state’s rail network to a halt, as a prolonged industrial dispute with the government intensifies.
Almost one in four health workers in northern NSW are yet to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, as the local community says a mix of hesitancy and access problems have led […]
The number of bank customers granted financial hardship assistance has rocketed as lockdowns in NSW and Victoria see more people working reduced hours or stood down.
The riots in Victoria could easily spread to NSW. If they do, the government should take firm steps in the interest of community health.
Sydney’s construction sites will be back at full capacity from Monday, two months after the NSW’s government’s snap decision to close the $10 billion industry in a bid to halt […]
NSW’s peak legal body is calling for a wide-ranging review into the state’s compulsory acquisition laws to even up the stakes between the government and landowners.
A public health alert was issued on Tuesday for 10 new sites of varying risk, including five close contact locations, across the domestic airport last Friday.
Teachers fear NSW has lost two years of beginners to the pandemic and that audiences have switched off, maybe for good.
The Victorian construction industry will be shut down after a violent protest, the NSW government plans to pour billions of dollars into LGAs of concern and it’s the first day […]
The desire of NSW health officials to focus on the effect of the vaccine rollout could explain why its plan to ease restrictions differs from Victoria’s road map.
Like many community sporting clubs across NSW, the Kellyville Ridge Cricket Club is in a state of suspended animation. Nobody can tell them when the season can start, or what […]
Victoria, NSW and ACT to roar back to economic life when their lockdowns end, but stay isolated from the rest of the nation.
Science network OzSAGE said schools should be given the same treatment as NSW Parliament, where the upper house’s ventilation system has been upgraded to ensure eight exchanges of fresh air […]
NSW Labor leader Chris Minns has demanded the suspension of top NSW union officials.
The figures come after Premier Daniel Andrews outlined a more cautious path out of COVID-19 lockdown than NSW.
The NSW government has sought to increase the amount of water permitted to be extracted from the Murray-Darling Basin, emails reveal.
The Australian Medical Association has cautiously backed the national plan for reopening, Victoria will release its re-opening plan and NSW has eased outdoor recreation restrictions for people in hotspot LGAs
New emails reveal a major reason why a water resource plan for a NSW river wasn’t accredited was because of inadequate consultation with Aboriginal people.
Victorians will find it jarring that NSW will gain significant freedoms about a month earlier than them under the Premier’s reopening plan.
The long Sydney lockdown has produced a strange paradox where house prices have risen even as the economy struggles.
NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro says rural realism is driving most of his MPs to vote for reform.
Many children with chronic health conditions are unlikely to return to NSW classrooms this year, despite the Department of Education saying it won’t run a dual system.
Police have begun arriving in large numbers at Sydney Park for a midday anti-lockdown protest, as NSW case numbers surpassed 50,000 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Car parks, bowling greens and streets could become the latest settings for restaurants and beer gardens as the NSW government and City of Sydney look at ways to pedestrianise the […]
Fully vaccinated people returning to NSW will be able to quarantine in their homes by December if a new trial into the state system proves successful.
Despite the spring carnival fast approaching, the NSW racing fraternity are finding it more lucrative to stay home.
More than half of the NSW population aged 16 and over is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with the rate rising to 50.58 per cent on Friday.
Australia and its allies announced a major new security deal on Thursday to share advanced technologies including nuclear submarine technology.