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2014/08/22 14:49
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Pride and protest ... last year's Mardi Gras parade. Photo: Getty Images MARDI GRAS organisers are battling to stop the strength of the Australian dollar and a hangover from last year's mistakes...
2014/08/22 14:49
2014/08/22 14:49
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2014/08/22 09:19
2014/08/22 09:19
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Hazzard gets bucket tipped on him THE NSW Liberal Party is going to water but it is not what you think. NSW Attorney-General Brad Hazzard became the latest victim of the ice bucket challenge on...
2014/08/21 08:55
2014/08/21 08:55
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The NSW corruption watchdog will be given more powers to investigate government ministers, and the ministerial code of conduct will be made the "toughest" in the country, Premier Mike Baird says. The...
2014/08/19 14:48
2014/08/19 14:48
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Stills of Roberto Laudisio Curti taken from security footage. Photo: Supplied An independent review of how NSW police investigate themselves has been disparaged as "factually incorrect" and...
2014/08/18 18:22
2014/08/18 18:22
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A wait of more than 18 months will come to an end for Coonabarabran residents as a coronial inquiry into the Wambelong Fire gets underway today. A wait of more than 18 months will come to an end for...
2014/08/18 03:26
2014/08/18 03:26
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ICAC: Maitland Liberal MP Robyn Parker says 'we refunded' developer's donation The member for Maitland Robyn Parker has told a New South Wales corruption inquiry a donation made by a property...
2014/08/16 14:50
2014/08/16 14:50
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Gloucester residents protesting against AGL. Photo: Newcastle Herald AGL's failure to make full and timely disclosures of its NSW political donations appears to extend to other projects beyond its...
2014/08/15 07:55
2014/08/15 07:55
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The Baird government has urged property developer Jeff McCloy to step aside as Newcastle mayor after a corruption inquiry heard he gave tens of thousands of dollars in illegal donations to Liberal...
2014/08/14 19:26
2014/08/14 19:26
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With a single photo of his seven-year-old son holding a severed head, Khaled Sharrouf has shot to global infamy. Arrest warrants have been issued for two Australian Islamic State fighters, after one...
2014/08/11 20:26
2014/08/11 20:26
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Cootamundra Road maintenance has been a casualty in some council areas, local governments say, as they deal with a funding freeze following May's federal budget. By Melinda Hayter and Laurissa...
2014/08/10 14:48
2014/08/10 14:48
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It's where Gatorade was swapped for beer, and the steady pounding of rubber on the road gave way to sand between the toes. Arriving at the finish line of the Sun-Herald City2Surf presented by...
2014/08/10 04:05
2014/08/10 04:05
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The man whose gift of an expensive bottle of red wine to former NSW premier Barry O'Farrell says he briefly thought of lighting a bonfire when he found the thankyou note. Mr O'Farrell resigned in...
2014/08/08 05:17
2014/08/08 05:17
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Liberal political casualties at ICAC LIST OF LIBERAL CASUALTIES AT NSW'S ICAC THIS YEAR: ARTHUR SINODINOS (NSW Senator) - Steps down in March as federal assistant treasurer over his dealings with...
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2014/08/07 01:26
2014/08/07 01:26
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MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in New South Wales has resumed and already two more Liberal State MPs have stood down from the party pending the completion of...
2014/08/05 22:41
2014/08/05 22:41
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PATRICIA Davis-Hurst AO, AM was arguably one of Australia's most highly decorated Aboriginal people, who left an indelible legacy behind for her people and everyone who knew her. PATRICIA Davis-Hurst...
2014/08/05 16:19
2014/08/05 16:19
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Columnist and commentator Andrew Bolt has said Australia is "being asked to assimilate to immigrant values" in response to Tony Abbott's decision to dump changes to the Racial Discrimination...
2014/08/04 11:05
2014/08/04 11:05
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NSW government whip Andrew Cornwell is due to give evidence when the state corruption watchdog's inquiry into the alleged funnelling of illegal funds into the Liberal Party resumes this week. The NSW...
2014/08/03 23:48
2014/08/03 23:48
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David Ipp at Bistro Moncur. Photo: Dean Sewell It is noon in Woollahra and David Ipp, dressed smartly in crisp shirt and sports jacket, is telling me about his tete-a-tete with a tattooed...
2014/08/01 15:15
2014/08/01 15:15
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It is noon in Woollahra and David Ipp, dressed smartly in crisp shirt and sports jacket, is telling me about his tete-a-tete with a tattooed construction worker in the lift at the Independent...
2014/07/31 23:41
2014/07/31 23:41
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PATRICIA Davis-Hurst AO, AM was arguably one of Australia's most highly decorated Aboriginal people, who left an indelible legacy behind for her people and everyone who knew her. PATRICIA Davis-Hurst...
2014/08/22 14:49
2014/08/22 14:49
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