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15

Sep

2019

Sunny weather to end as rain heads for Sydney

Sydneysiders will be reaching for their umbrellas as a shift in weather conditions is expected to bring rain and send temperatures plummeting for the remainder of the week.
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15

Sep

2019

Cyclist dies after swooping magpie causes bike crash

An elderly cyclist has died after a freak bike accident caused by a swooping magpie near an Illawarra beach on Sunday morning.
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15

Sep

2019

Brad leaves home at 6.30am to avoid the crush. Is it early enough?

An extra 1.3 million people in Sydney by 2030 is an enormous load on our roads and transport system.
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15

Sep

2019

Global design competition to transform Olympic Park into 'green space'

Almost two decades after Cathy Freeman lit up the 2000 Olympic Games, architects will compete to give the precinct surrounding ANZ Stadium a makeover.
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15

Sep

2019

Parking fines reap Sydney councils $650m in four years

Fewer than one in five of the city's councils have signed up to a government scheme to lower fines, almost a year after it was rolled out.
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15

Sep

2019

In the Herald: September 16, 1994

Andrew Peacock, the longest serving Liberal in federal politics, has resigned from Parliament.
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15

Sep

2019

North Sydney Olympic Pool design blow-out fuels information concerns

Councillors not part of the majority bloc on council have argued they have been denied information about the development of the pool project.
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15

Sep

2019

Getting away with it: councils hit hip pocket

The fees charged by councils vary wildly across Sydney with residents in some areas being slugged up to 13 times more for a permit than those across town.
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15

Sep

2019

How to electrify the school playground

Mr B decided something had to be done to take the edge off the extreme cold.
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15

Sep

2019

Berejiklian's agenda risks getting stuck in legislative 'graveyard': MPs

Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s political agenda could be at risk due to a deteriorating relationship with key minor parties, warn Liberal MPs.
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15

Sep

2019

Teenager dies, three critically injured in Central West NSW smash

Three teenagers are fighting for life in hospital after their Holden sedan hit a tree, killing one of the passengers.
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15

Sep

2019

Warning more trucks will be forced onto local roads in Sydney's south

Trucking groups say extra ramps from a new $2.6 billion motorway are needed to avoid trucks using local roads to get from a freight hub to Port Botany.
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15

Sep

2019

Sydney councils push to protect suburbs from high-rise apartments

Developers and councils are battling over a new set of plans that will direct the shape and form of development in Sydney's suburbs.
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15

Sep

2019

Tony Abbott: NSW abortion bill is 'infanticide on demand'

Mr Abbott and Nationals MP Barnaby Joyce joined thousands of protesters in Sydney’s Hyde Park on Sunday, as state MPs prepare to debate amendments this week.
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15

Sep

2019

They may have lost the Ashes, but the Brits know how to build pools

Parramatta will be waiting until 2023 for its new public pool, but in Britain the story would be different.
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14

Sep

2019

'Selfish selfie' visitors trample botanic garden's 'perfect' daisies

A "perfect" field of paper daisies at the Australian Botanic Gardens at Mount Annan has been trampled by people taking selfies, the horticulture director says..
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14

Sep

2019

How this Sydney teacher became one of the state's leading educators

Meg Bennett, who has been named one of NSW's 23 most accomplished teachers this year, became a maths teacher almost accidentally.
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14

Sep

2019

US cocaine trafficker faces life sentence after attempting to fool Australian authorities

Vardges Markosyan attempted to fool Australian and US authorities by "suspending" the drug in grease and hiding it in household goods.
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14

Sep

2019

'Compassionate conservative' an oxymoron

The term ''compassionate conservative'' is surely an oxymoron.
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14

Sep

2019

'Turning retail on its head': Inside the clothes shops with no clothes

Retailers are creating brand experiences and fostering communities of customers to stay afloat.
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14

Sep

2019

Why there's a man drought in Sydney's east and north shore

Women outnumber men from Vaucluse to Double Bay in the east, and from Kirribilli to Mosman on the lower north shore.
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14

Sep

2019

Why some Hills residents are angry, despite their brand new train line

After decades campaigning for a rail line, Sydney's north-west should be celebrating the new metro, but cuts to bus services have left many people unhappy.
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14

Sep

2019

Good samaritans' car stolen after stopping at crash in M5

A group of men involved in the crash allegedly threatened a driver who stopped to help with a knife.
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14

Sep

2019

'Disbelief and devastation' for family learning of police officer's sudden death

Senior Constable Nathan Deutschbein's dream job as a search and rescue officer with the NSW Police was tragically cut short in a hiking accident in November last year.
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14

Sep

2019

What's on in Sydney: September 15 to 21

From celebrations of art at White Rabbit Gallery and Sydney Contemporary to Fringe fun and a night-time bike ride, we have your week in Sydney covered.
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13

Sep

2019

'Trust women': Protesters call for abortion bill to pass with no amendments

About 1000 people rallied in Sydney's Hype Park to support the NSW bill to decriminalise abortion.
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13

Sep

2019

Out-of-control bushfire jumps highway near homes in northern NSW

An emergency warning has been issued for a bushfire that has already razed nearly 51,000 hectares near Tenterfield.
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13

Sep

2019

Alleged gunman arrested after brothel shot up in Sydney's west

The heavily tattooed 28-year-old was sporting the word "karma" in ink on his neck.
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13

Sep

2019

Newington teacher said he accessed child abuse material for book on cloning, assassins

Reinier Jessurun's 422-page novel includes a "top-secret" human cloning laboratory, characters called Myrtle Honeysausage and Tarzan Simba, and a protagonist who is the daughter of a wealthy mining family.
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13

Sep

2019

Sydney man charged over $2 million penthouse drug bust

Cocaine and an assault rifle were discovered in a fake air conditioning unit above the penthouse, police allege.
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13

Sep

2019

Second measles case diagnosed on Sydney's northern beaches

The infected person visited a number of locations including a local high school, hospital and mall.
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13

Sep

2019

Dessert, anyone? It's a piece of cake for Charlotte Ree

Cookbook author Charlotte Ree delights in the joy – and humour – that comes with baking.
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13

Sep

2019

‘Blown away’: Indigenous chefs the toast of Irish food festival

The drone of the didgeridoo instantly silenced excited diners jammed into the Lookout seafood restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Baltimore in Cork, Ireland.
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13

Sep

2019

'Hypocrisy' exposed in defence of Liu

The Coalition government has succeeded in generating community apprehension over China.
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13

Sep

2019

Occupational therapist arrested over alleged sexual assault of woman with disability

It's alleged the occupational therapist groomed the 38-year-old over an eight-month period and encouraged her to have a sexual relationship.
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13

Sep

2019

Off-duty police officer charged after allegedly sexually touching a woman

The senior constable, who has not been suspended over the allegations, is expected to face a Sydney court in October.
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13

Sep

2019

'Appalling act': Fallen officers memorial in Sydney CBD defaced

The damage to five panels of the NSW Police Force Wall of Remembrance was caused by a blunt object, police said.
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13

Sep

2019

Woman with epilepsy jailed after car crash that killed mother, son

Athena Vibert, 52, sobbed as the judge read out the details of the accident that claimed the lives of Julie Bullock, 49, and her seven-year-old son Hudson.
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13

Sep

2019

Police release image of man sought over fire that destroyed luxury yacht

Police are seeking information after a Sydney woman was allegedly assaulted and her boat set on fire following the death of her husband's who left a business debt.
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12

Sep

2019

John Ibrahim waxed man's eyebrows as punishment, court hears

A video of the former Kings Cross club owner grinning while holding up the eyebrows of another man has been played to a jury.
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12

Sep

2019

Former Newington teacher jailed for possessing child abuse material

Reinier Jessurun claimed he downloaded thousands of images of child abuse material because a character in a novel he was writing asked him to.
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12

Sep

2019

Sydney identity Tom Domican settles for $100,000 over John Ibrahim's memoir

The former ALP and building industry figure sued the former Kings Cross club owner over his bestselling memoir, Last King of the Cross.
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12

Sep

2019

Land clearing increases ignore climate emergency

The Berejiklian government must not be allowed to further increase clearing of native vegetation.
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12

Sep

2019

In the Herald : September 13, 1940

Anti-aircraft barrage shields London, new Public Library embellishments and bushfires a greater danger than ever.
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12

Sep

2019

From the Archives, 1976 : Sir Robert Helpmann bows out, full of fire

Stating it was abundantly clear his expertise was not wanted by the arts in Australia, Sir Robert Helpmann arrived back in the country to wind up his affairs.
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12

Sep

2019

William Tyrrell photos from the morning he went missing released

The never-before-seen images show three-year-old William playing on the morning of his disappearance, five years ago today.
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12

Sep

2019

New hospital may yet have a very good year

And the wait for a deliverance of coral.
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12

Sep

2019

Former strip club boss denies planting gun at Sarah Budge's house

One-time Dreamgirls operator Michael Amante has given evidence in the gun-possession trial of model Sarah Budge.
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12

Sep

2019

Fictional character told former teacher to access child abuse material, court hears

Reinier Jessurun has pleaded guilty to possessing child abuse material and using a carriage service to transmit child pornography material.
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12

Sep

2019

ASIC uses new powers to crackdown on 'predatory' payday lenders

Payday lenders who charge exorbitant interest and fees are in the sights of ASIC's new intervention powers.
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