‘It didn’t work’: Toll evader’s shocker

A man has been arrested after driving down the wrong side of the M5 and crashing his ute on a concrete divider

深圳风采投注 www.3nrs3.cn A driver whose ute ended up mounted on a barrier after he drove the wrong way down a Sydney motorway has admitted it wasn’t a great idea.

Leader defends disaster campaign week

A supporter is seen carrying an election billboard at the Sylvania Heights Public School, on 2019 New South Wales election day in Sydney, Saturday, 23 March 2019. New South Wales voters head to the polls in the state election today. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

The NSW opposition leader has made a last-ditch appeal to voters who he is hoping will forgive his gaffes in the crucial final days of the election campaign.

Heartwarming gesture after sick attack

Paprika and her mum have been taken to the Alpaca Therapy farm.

A community has banded together to help one of its members whose therapy alpaca had to be put down after being mauled by a dog.

Driver fined $448 for not washing car part


NSW police have sent out a stern warning to motorists about “neglecting” their cars, after a driver copped a massive fine.

Pubs’ drastic move to shame Gladys

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian visits a Service NSW shop at Bankstown Shopping Centre in Sydney, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. New South Wales voters will head to the polls in the state election Saturday, March 23rd. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

If you fancy a beer on Friday night you may be in for a shock with bars set to stop serving in protest at the government.

‘Dick move’ killed off neighbourhood bar

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A Melbourne pub owner moved to Sydney to open up a small bar. The complaints came flooding in before the first beer had even been poured.

Mass blackout hits Sydney region

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Tens of thousands of properties on Sydney’s northern beaches are without power this afternoon, with Ausgrid still investigating the cause.

Shock police find during RBT


Police were shocked to find a six-shot revolver in the car of a driver who sped off after being pulled over for a standard RBT.

Unexpected crackdown on road rule

Drivers caught flouting the rules could face a $448 fine. Picture: NSW Road Users' Handbook

NSW Police is targeting drivers who flout a very specific road rule — and it’s probably one you wouldn’t even think twice about.

Party’s ‘disgusting attack’ on rival MP

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A small party that could prove key in deciding who leads NSW has deleted a tweet that compared a rival of Asian descent to Kim Jong-un.

Armed man tasered by cops in Sydney

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Alarming footage shows the moment cops were forced to taser an armed man who advanced towards them at a Sydney police station.

Accused killer’s mum escorted from home

Lawrence House search

The mother of accused Christchurch shooter Brenton Tarrant has been escorted from her home after raids by counter-terrorism police.

Man stabbed over mobile phone sale

Overnight Stabbing At Homebush West

A man is in a critical condition after he was robbed and stabbed by a man he’d organised to buy mobile phones off in Sydney’s inner west.

Opera House lights up for Christchurch

Australia Reacts To Christchurch Mosque Terror Attacks

The sails of the Sydney Opera House lit up in a touching symbol of solidarity for its nearest neighbour, as NZ mourns after Friday’s massacre.

Huge storms bearing down on Brisbane

Images from the weather radar showing the storms braring down on Brisbane. Picture: BOM.

Sydney was smashed yesterday and now it’s Brisbane’s turn. But wherever you are on the east coast, it’s likely to be sodden and stormy

The photo that changes everything

Demolition work is seen underway at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Thursday, March 14, 2019. NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has written to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian calling for hard demolition works at Allianz Stadium to stop until the state election. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

It is the issue that has outraged a state and been described as “economic madness”. But this photo could just turn that on its head.

Backdown after call for MDMA at Woolies

Lilith Zaharias, The GReens candidate for Wakehurst in the 2019 NSW election.

A Greens candidate who said you should be able to pop down to Woolworths and buy a “packet of MDMA” has been forced to backtrack.

Murder charge in horror axe attack

Police said the 75-year-old driver has yet to be charged.

A pedestrian has been hit by a car and killed in a grisly fight involving an axe pulled from the car of an elderly driver, police allege.

‘Madness’: Picture fuelling city’s rage

Demolition work is seen underway at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Thursday, March 14, 2019. NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has written to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian calling for hard demolition works at Allianz Stadium to stop until the state election. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

Dramatic new images show how far one of Australia’s most controversial projects has progressed as the plan to stop re-enters court today.

‘Insane weather’: Monstrous storm lashes

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A massive hailstorm wreaked havoc across NSW yesterday, with flash floods and golf ball-sized hailstones pummelling cars and homes.

Candidate’s unexpected racy past

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When you meet Emma Hurst there’s certain things you’d naturally assume, but what she did last year isn’t one of them.

Therapy alpaca killed in dog attack

Mimosa was so badly injured that she had to be put down. Picture: Alpaca Therapy

The owner of a therapy alpaca is devastated after a vicious dog fatally injured the animal, with the dog owner filming the attack on his phone.

Two shot during Sydney home invasion

Two were shot during a home invasion incidient in Blacktown.

Police have closed off a street in Sydney’s west after two were shot and another attacked with an axe in a violent home invasion.

Swim teacher charged with rape of 8yo

Kyle James Henk Daniels allegedly abused an eight-year-old girl and a six-year-old girl on separate occasions at a Mosman pool.

A young swimming instructor from a prominent Sydney family has been charged with sexually abusing two girls aged 6 and 8 at a Sydney pool.

Car plunges 10m onto Sydney beach

Maroubra Crash

An elderly couple has been rushed to hospital in a critical condition after their car smashed through a barrier and onto a beach 10m below.

Danger of new road rule caught on video

The officer narrowly avoided being hit. Picture: 7 News

A NSW police officer has experienced first-hand just how dangerous the state’s new “go slow” rule can be, after almost being hit by a truck.

Attack on ‘ridiculous’ driver drug tests

1,500 truck drivers tested in random drug-testing operation - Marulan

The Greens have blasted NSW’s roadside drug test system, calling it “arbitrary and unreliable” and claiming drivers are being unfairly punished.

Half a month’s rain expected in a day

Supplied The NSW coast around the Sydney basin could see torrential rainfall.

After the heat, now the rain. Populated areas of the east coast are set to cop a soaking as heavy storms form dumping more rain than has been seen in months.

Horror as ‘stolen car’ kills two women

The crash left two women dead. Picture: 9News

Two women have died in a horrendous car crash in Sydney’s south after a car, allegedly stolen, smashed into the front of them.

$1.2m taxpayer-funded trial slammed

A recruitment poster for the Fast Track Trial.

Experts are blowing up about a “cruel” hospital experiment aimed at vulnerable teenagers looking for quick answers.

‘Self-important’ parent shamed over park

The dad slammed the other parent for their poor parking skills.

A motorist has been called out online after being caught parking across two parking spots designated for parents in Sydney.

Missing four kids ‘safe and well’

The four children missing in Canberra.

ACT Police have confirmed they have located four missing children after issuing its second ever Amber Alert.

Dramatic arrests over boxing shooting

A supplied image obtained Saturday, March 9, 2019 of a man being arrested by police in Bankstown, NSW on Friday, March 8, 2019. Two men have been arrested in NSW after a fatal shooting which occurred during a boxing event at a Racecourse Road venue about 10pm on Friday, 1 March. Police will make an application to extradite them back to Victoria. (AAP Image/NSW Police Force, Nathan Patterson) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Two men fleeing the law have been dramatically arrested in NSW in connection with a shooting at a crowded boxing match in Victoria.

Group’s sickening attack on pub guard

The guests, beleived to be tourists, were kickced out for being too intoxicated.

Four arrested after a group violently attacked a security guard and brawled out the front of a pub in Sydney’s inner west last night.

‘Stop killing us’: Vigils for murdered dentist

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More than 60 people have attended candlelight vigils around Australia tonight to mourn the tragic loss of slain dentist Dr Preethi Reddy.

3000 prison guards walk off the job

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All prison guards across NSW have walked off the job claiming a spate of inmate violence is not being adequately dealt with.

Suspected killer’s brother lashes out

**ID CONFIRMED BY MOZ** Dr Harshwardhan Narde, 34, who had been in a relationship with murdered Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy, killed himself by crashing his BMW into a semi-trailer. Picture: Facebook SOURCE: https://www.facebook.com/296112560528689/photos/rpp.296112560528689/1360631617410106/?type=3&theater

The man suspected of murdering Preethi Reddy made more than a dozen calls until just minutes before his death, according to his brother.

Another twist in $730m stadium drama

Must Drone

The controversy surrounding Sydney’s Allianz Stadium took another turn today as the plan to demolish was given a vital boost.

‘I’m being treated completely different’

Owner of a vape shop

His business turns over $1 million but this man is forced to forced to black out the windows so people can’t see in as they walk past.

Forklift runs over construction worker

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A man was rushed to hospital this morning after he was run over by a forklift at a construction site in Sydney’s north shore.

Uncovering dentist’s final moments

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At 11.06am on Sunday, Preethi Reddy made a final phone call to her family. The hours after that remain a mystery about the murdered dentist.

Suspected dentist killer’s nickname

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Preethi Reddy’s ex-boyfriend and suspected killer had a nickname. But her friends didn’t feel comfortable using it.

Chilling texts from dentist’s ex-boyfriend

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Preethi Reddy’s ex-boyfriend is believed to have stabbed her and dumped her body in a suitcase. A day later, friends were sending him worried text messages.

Family’s emotional tribute to slain dentist

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The sister of murdered dentist Preethi Reddy has issued an emotional statement after her body was found stuffed in a suitcase.

‘Severe’ storms move across Sydney


Tens of thousands are experiencing blackouts after a severe thunderstorm with “damaging winds” lashed greater Sydney this afternoon.

The other victim in dentist murder

Willow Tree Fatal MVA

A truckie is lucky to be alive after the ex-boyfriend of a murdered Sydney dentist slammed his BMW into the 49-year-old’s semi-trailer.

Slain dentist’s mysterious last moments

A supplied screen grab obtained on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, of CCTV footage of 32-year-old Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy. The body of a missing woman has been found in a suitcase in a vehicle in Sydney's eastern suburbs. (AAP Image/Supplied) NO ARCHIVING

Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy’s mysterious final moments have become the focus of a police investigation into her brutal murder.

Promise to legalise marijuana in NSW

(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 17, 2018 A woman holds a handful of marijuana flower buds, in Vancouver, Canada. - Day two of legal recreational cannabis in Canada on October 18, 2018 saw more long lineups outside pot stores and supply shortages in parts of the country. Most consumers were exuberant about the end of prohibition, but a few expressed disappointment over not being able to buy cannabis on the first day. (Photo by Don MacKinnon / AFP)

Australians in NSW could be legally allowed to buy, grow and smoke cannabis, if the Greens are successful in their plan to overhaul current laws.

Urgent warning about measles risk

Young man with hand foot and mouth disease

Health authorities have issued an urgent warning about measles over fears a young woman and baby are spreading the disease.

Missing man found naked in Bondi

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An English tourist feared missing after a 4am swim at Sydney’s Bondi Beach has been discovered naked walking down the street.

Uber driver charged with rape

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A driver for the ridesharing service Uber has been charged with rape after an alleged incident in his vehicle on Saturday night.

Family torn apart in horrific crash

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Police allege a man panicked and fled after he hit six stationary cars in a crash that killed one boy and left the boy’s mum and sister critical.

Mardi Gras virgin blown away by parade


A Mardi Gras virgin got more than she bargained for when she popped her cherry and it was loud, sexy and involved a whole lot of drag queens.

Kylie Minogue stuns at Mardi Gras


Kylie Minogue was among 300,000 revellers out in force for the world-famous Sydney Mardi Gras parade. Here are some of the best pictures.

Viral Coles photo sparks outrage


A Coles customer says she has “never been so disgusted” after snapping a photo of a baby formula express lane with extra staff assigned to help.

Teen ‘stabbed dad’ over noise complaint

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A teenage boy, partying in a park with friends, is behind bars after he allegedly stabbed a young dad when he told the group to be quiet.

Top cop taken off William Tyrrell case

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A top New South Wales detective has been taken off the investigation into missing boy William Tyrrell over alleged misconduct claims.

New app to help drivers avoid fines

App helps drivers park. Picture: 7News

There’s nothing worse than getting back to your car and realising you have a parking ticket, but a new app could make parking fines a thing of the past.

Big thing missing from Mardi Gras

Supplied Mardi Gras workshop preparing floats for 2019 festival. Picture: John Guanzon

Inside a secret facility, in a lonely corner of Sydney, something magical is taking place for this weekend’s festival. But a Mardi Gras staple has almost disappeared.

Plan hatched to ‘end war on cycling’

Cycling Team

Labor has pledged $400 million to help cyclists have more authority on the roads and fight back against the “war” from motorists.

Body pulled from water near Cronulla

A man's body has been pulled from the water in the Royal National Park in the Sutherland Shire in Sydney.

A man’s body has been pulled from the water near the Royal National Park after a suspected fishing accident.

Man crawls to set petrol station alight

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Alarming CCTV footage shows a man crawling up the street to set a petrol station alight, telling workers to call police before he did it again.

Frantic search for missing swimmer

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Emergency services are searching the area near the popular Figure Eight rock pool after a man was swept away.

‘Ridiculous’ $112 fine over obscure rule

The driver claimed he had never heard of the obscure rule. Picture: Ben Judd

A man has lashed out at police for “revenue raising” after he received a very strange fine when he stopped at a service station to get a pie.

Mass overdose at Sydney music festival


Ten people were taken to hospital for drug overdoses during a weekend of festival chaos in Sydney and a TV cameraman was mistaken for a dealer.

ATM stolen in bobcat ram raid

The shopping centre was left trashed after thieves broke in using a bobcat.

Thieves used a bobcat to smash through glass doors of a small-town shopping centre and remove an ATM in an early-morning heist.

Dad stabbed after telling teens to be quiet

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A young dad, in hospital with stab wounds, is lucky to be alive after he asked a group of teenagers in a nearby park to stop making noise.

Police in huge operation at NSW festival

A sniffer dog on patrol at Secret Garden Festival. Picture: via Sniff Off Facebook

Police have targeted a charity music festival in Sydney’s south west, handing out scores of infringement notices.

Police crackdown amid ‘high risk’ festivals

Secret Garden Festival

As the list of the most “high risk” festivals is revealed, New South Wales police have cracked down on one that didn’t even make it.

‘Mullet spotting is a sport’

Mulletfest 2019

It’s widely known as the dodgiest haircut in the world. But in a small country NSW town, Australia’s most extreme “mullets” are something to be celebrated.

Mystery surrounds bodybuilder’s death

Daily Telegraph

The confusion has deepened around a champion bodybuilder’s death during a suspected Sydney home invasion and the bizarre circumstances that led to it.

Mardi Gras: Everything you need to know

Mardi Gras Parade

Watch out, you’re about to start finding glitter in the most unexpected places. Here’s how you can conquer the big Mardi Gras parade.

‘Hope it was painful’: Cobby’s killer dead

An undated image obtained Monday, Feb. 1, 2016 of Sydney woman Anita Cobby who went missing 30 years ago on Feb. 2, 1986. Five men grabbed Cobby off street and pulled her into stolen car, drove her to secluded a paddock where she's raped and murdered. (AAP Image/Supplied) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

The widower of Anita Cobby, who was brutally murdered by five men in 1986, has celebrated the death of one of her killers.

Tiny error that led to Opal Tower debacle

A photo from the repiort shows the exposed grout between the panel, the hob beam and a plastic sheath (right of tape measure).

Failure to complete one small construction task helped cause the “significant damage” that saw residents kicked out of Sydney’s Opal Tower.

Bitter fight over neighbours’ laneway

The laneway that caused so many problems. Picture: A Current Affair

Two families happily used a shared laneway for years. But when one couple made a complaint a surprise owner of the laneway was found.

Uprising over Sydney’s music regulations

Protestors hold placards during the Don't Kill Live Music Rally in Sydney, Thursday, February 21, 2019. Thousands have gathered in Sydney?s Hyde Park for the Don?t Kill Live Music rally to protest the NSW government?s live music regulations. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

Festival organisers, musicians and fans have turned out in droves to protest Sydney’s live music regulations at a rally in Hyde Park.

Triple murderer to walk from prison

Supplied Berwyn Rees is facing a a parole hearing this week in a bid for release

A triple murderer is set to be released on parole after almost 40 years behind bars. But one of his victim’s widows is convinced he’ll “kill again”.

Bus road rule sending drivers crazy

Bus rule. Picture: NSW Road Safety

Motorists have been reminded about important road rules as part of Bus Safety Week, but there is one really getting on driver’s nerves.

Confronting scene on Aussie roof

Snake's terrifying catch. Picture: Cathy Gall

A homeowner was left horrified after spotting a terrifying scene playing out before her on top of her house in northern New South Wales.

NSW Premier’s cringe-worthy presser

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian was caught on camera mocking a journalist after he questioned some serious flaws in an expensive project.

‘Give us our boys back you monster’

Missing Swimmers

As police scale back the search for two young men who went missing in NSW days ago, a friend has shared a heartbreaking photo.

Hospital reopens after dramatic lockdown

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A major NSW hospital has reopened after a police operation put it into lockdown and caused its emergency department evacuated.

Missing tourist mystery: ‘They could be alive’

Missing Swimmers

An abandoned rental car and personal items left on a beach are all authorities have to go on as a search for two missing tourists winds down.

‘Come quickly’: Intruder’s final minutes

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The panicked phone call between Johan Schwartz and triple-0 has been revealed, three days after the Sydney dad fought to protect his home.

Code Brown: Premier threatened with poo

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian (centre) with Minister for Health Brad Hazzard (right) during a visit to St. George Hospital in Sydney, Monday, February 18, 2019. The Berejiklian government has announced major upgrades for St. George and Ryde hospitals should they win government at State Election. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

The NSW premier is the target of a bizarre protest over her stance on pill testing, and police are pulling out all the stops to prevent it.

Search for missing backpackers suspended

Missing Swimmers

A desperate search has been suspended for now after two missing backpackers’ belongings and their car were found at a beach on NSW’s mid-north coast.

Intruder likely ‘confused’ during break-in

**ID CONFIRMED BY NICK HANSEN** Pictured is Brad Soper, a 35 year old Sydney man who died in a home invasion in Harrington Park (17/02/19). Soper was found in the family home of Johan Schwartz, 44, who confronted him. Soper died from his injuries and police are investigating the incident. Source - https://www.facebook.com/Reddy2Train/photos/rpp.525782357446653/2354969351194602/?type=3&theater

Friends of a bodybuilder who died during a break-in after the homeowner disturbed him have speculated about what he was doing there.

World going crazy for Aussie invention

Sydney's Darling Harbour Seabin launch

Two Aussie blokes made international headlines after quitting their jobs to build a device that tackles one of the biggest issues facing the world today.

Strongman’s struggle before fatal fight

Daily Telegraph

Personal trainer Bradley Soper, who died in a suspected home invasion, had reportedly been struggling with drugs and money.

Teacher’s ‘obscene’ history lesson


One of Sydney's most exclusive schools has found itself in hot water over a “distressing” lesson in Australian history.

Mental health staff promised for every school

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Two dedicated mental health staff will be sent to every public high school in NSW under a state government plan to help young people struggling with bullying and stress.

Uncertain future for ‘hero’ dad

Francois Schwartz confronted an intruder in his Harrington Park home this morning. A struggle ensured which resulted in the intruders death. These images were conformed by neighbours at the Harrington address. Source - https://www.facebook.com/blackfrank74

Johan Schwartz found a man hiding behind his couch. The home intruder died and now the “hero” dad is facing an agonising wait.

Festival to test pills after deaths

Back view of carefree women having fun while being on man's shoulders during music festival.

Festival-goers will be able to have their pills tested at a popular music festival after a spate of festival deaths.

‘There will be more deaths’

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The parents of children who died in separate incidents from drug overdoses after attending music festivals have shared surprisingly different views about pill testing.

Shark attack: ‘I heard his screams’

Photograph underneath a great white shark attacking. The mouth is open showing jaws and teeth. High contrast image of ocean blues and steel greys.

The mate of a surfer who was attacked by a shark this morning has described the frenzied scene as the incident unfolded.

Woman makes $104 from ‘fake date’

My Fake Relationship site set up by young entrepreneur Hanisa Mohamed.

It’s common for a bloke to pay the bill, but what if he paid you just to come to dinner? This simple idea could make one woman a motza.

‘Dark web’ drugs made to look like candy

Desktop and laptop computers on glass top office desk. Computer coding overlay on screens. No people. Various concepts: cyber attack, computer coding, programming.

A trio in their early twenties have been charged over selling and distributing illicit and pharmaceutical drugs worth $17 million dollars.

Fire crews gain upper hand on blazes

Burnt out cars are seen in Tingha in northern New South Wales, Thursday, February 14, 2019. Bushfires have burnt more than 17000 hectares of land around the region. (AAP Image/Dave Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

Firefighting crews appear to have scored crucial victories against three bushfires raging in the north of NSW but hot weather could spell the end of the reprieve.

‘Misunderstanding’ led to baby car death

Supplied Jone Radaniva from Chester Hill who died when he was left in the back of a hot car

A devastated mother has said a mix-up between members of her family led her baby son to be left to die alone in the back seat of a car on a scorching summer’s day.

Guard sacked over inmate ‘relationship’

Daily Telegraph

A bikini model and Sydney prison officer has been sacked and charged over an alleged “inappropriate” relationship with an inmate.

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