Seventy-four thousand fire-fighters across the state have been advised to take precautions when handling their flame-retardant uniforms which have been found to contain cancer-causing formaldehyde.
Antony Green The NSW Premier enjoys a majority in Parliament, a commanding margin as Preferred Premier, but a narrow lead on voting intentions.
Patrick Hatch Qantas has banned a Melbourne man from flying with them after he asked to be removed from a flight taking an asylum seeker from Melbourne to Darwin for deportation.
Rick Feneley It is almost 15 years since a teenage Kevin Hines responded to the hateful voices in his head by leaping from the Golden Gate Bridge.
Nicole Hasham If you thought Chinese intelligence agencies had more on their minds than the NSW election, you should think again, according to a security analysis.
Damien Murphy And so farewell then to 20 MPs. Most embraced their steroid-driven parliamentary superannuation but some are first-termers who fell under ICAC's wheels. Their payouts are desultory.
Beth Newman The move from the board comes off the back of Queensland Racing Minister Bill Byrne's announcement of an independent review into greyhound racing.
Michael Koziol In a leafy lane a block back from King Street, Colin Walker's home proclaims his politics loud and clear. "Save Our ABC", the signage reads - a common plea in inner-city Newtown.
Helen O’Neill Last year the Hemmes’ family invited me to capture the life story of its patriarch, John Hemmes, the head of Merivale Group and one of Australia’s most remarkable businessmen.
Daniel Cherny Pressure is mounting on Etihad Stadium and other sporting venues to lower food prices after the MCG wound back the clock with menu prices not seen at the game for a decade.
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COMMUNITY members involved in the push for a cardiac catheterisation laboratory have every right to feel proud.