New South Wales News

Thu 19 Apr 2018

DJ death accused to return to court in eight weeks

DJ death accused to return to court in eight weeks

A man accused of causing the death of a Byron DJ will return to court in June

Wed 18 Apr 2018

Mum’s horror as baby chokes on teething ring

Mum’s horror as baby chokes on teething ring

AN AUSSIE mum has issued a warning to other parents, after her daughter choked on a common teething ring and nearly died.

Tot cracks on with siblings

Tot cracks on with siblings

YOU could call these youngsters the von Trapps of whip cracking.

How to get ‘free’ solar panels and battery

How to get ‘free’ solar panels and battery

IF YOU don’t want to fork out $15,000 to get solar panels and a battery installed at your house, there’s now a way to get a system without paying upfront.

Police confirm road worker killed

Police confirm road worker killed

BRUXNER Highway B60 has reopened to traffic following fatal crash.

Search called off for missing surfer

Search called off for missing surfer

A search for a surfer reported missing at Cape Byron has been called off

Former Page MP says mayor has credentials for the job

Former Page MP says mayor has credentials for the job

Mayor to have a shot at pre-selection for seat of Page in next Federal election.

Tue 17 Apr 2018

Child killer free to walk streets

Child killer free to walk streets

HE strangled a small child to death in a psychotic rage and is now free to go on shopping trips with his mum.

Second boy, 12, charged over skate park robbery

Second boy, 12, charged over skate park robbery

A second 12 year-old boy has been charged following a robbery at a Coffs Harbour skate park.

99% of shark net by-catch non-targeted species

99% of shark net by-catch non-targeted species

OVERALL 131 non-targeted animals have been caught in the five nets.

Casino farewells 'larrikin' rescue squad captain

Casino farewells 'larrikin' rescue squad captain

BRIAN Boyd will be remembered for his selflessness and "wicked" sense of humour.

Mon 16 Apr 2018

Spate of vehicle rescues sparks beach closure

Spate of vehicle rescues sparks beach closure

Four-wheel drive vehicles will not be allowed on the beach for at least two weeks after an excessive number of vehicle rescues at the weekend.

Residents endure sleepless night as bushfires burn

Residents endure sleepless night as bushfires burn

SOUTHWEST Sydney residents have endured a second nervous night as hundreds of firefighters took advantage of easing conditions to battle a blaze.

'Heartbroken' daughter's final gift for her dying dad

'Heartbroken' daughter's final gift for her dying dad

"I JUST want to do everything I can to help him go and do anything, I just don't want to sit here and wait"

Junior netball fight sparks police probe

Junior netball fight sparks police probe

A FIGHT that broke out at a Lower Clarence junior netball match has led to an appeal for assistance from local police.

CAUGHT: Man sent secret letters to ex-lover from jail

CAUGHT: Man sent secret letters to ex-lover from jail

A LISMORE couldn't resist contacting his former lover from jail, even though he had violently assaulted her and was in breach of an apprehended violence order.

Ballina bar depth is 'adequate' for boating: Government

Ballina bar depth is 'adequate' for boating: Government

FUTURE dredging of the Richmond River entrance has not ruled out but completely, but the government says current levels are sufficient.

Relative of party host slams 'disgusting' damage

Relative of party host slams 'disgusting' damage

Injury saw party wind down before spate of damage to cars, fences

Sat 14 Apr 2018

Residents assaulted, cars smashed after party shut down

Residents assaulted, cars smashed after party shut down

Police say they're "extremely disappointed” after post-party rampage

SOLIDARITY: Grafton corrections officers walk off the job

SOLIDARITY: Grafton corrections officers walk off the job

Grafton Jail staff have joined 4000 correction officers across the state in a job walk off in solidarity with Long Bay Correctional Centre.

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