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Namoi News

20

Jan

2020

PM’s attack on Liberal colleague belies ‘broad church’

The Prime Minister's public criticism of the NSW Environment Minister points to deeper climate policy problems for the Coalition.
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20

Jan

2020

The Obeids' multimillion-dollar Port Macquarie property play

Eddie Obeid has been enjoying freedom on the NSW coast while his family has been making a fortune selling off swathes of nearby vacant lots.
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20

Jan

2020

In the Herald: January 21, 1910

Peopling the state, school slates, “two-up” at Paddington.
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20

Jan

2020

Zen and the art of e-commerce algorithms

It's about the town, not the flavour.
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19

Jan

2020

Man accused of kissing toddler on lips cited 'cultural differences', court told

Nikhil Bhatia allegedly approached a two-year-old he did not know at a Darling Harbour aquarium, grabbed his arm and kissed him twice. He intends to plead not guilty to intentionally sexually touching a child under 10 years.
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19

Jan

2020

Light rail drivers 'under immense pressure' to right 'flawed service': union

The transport union has accused the government of trying to shift the blame for sluggish journey times to its drivers rather than addressing fundamental problems.
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19

Jan

2020

'Angry and rowdy' meeting of Sydney go-kart club spurs defamation claim

A heated annual general meeting of the North Shore go-kart club resulted in a legal battle in the NSW District Court.
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19

Jan

2020

Massive dust clouds turn day into night in central NSW

Damaging winds have whipped up dust clouds that were so thick they blocked out the sun around Dubbo and nearby towns on Sunday.
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19

Jan

2020

Precedent is set: will fire funding allocation be fair?

Politicians should be kept at arm's length from decisions related to bushfire recovery funding.
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19

Jan

2020

'Vague and half-baked': Lagging CBD light rail set to speed up

Travel time on the light rail line from Circular Quay to Randwick was 50 minutes in December, prompting questions over the effectiveness of the service.
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19

Jan

2020

From the Archives, 1880: Death comes for Captain Moonlite

140 years ago today, the notorious bushranger Andrew George Scott - AKA Captain Moonlite - finally met his end by hanging at Darlinghurst gaol.
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19

Jan

2020

New fee website shows NSW pays up to 40 times more in out-of-pocket costs

The website reveals shocking disparities between what patients with private health insurance pay across the country.
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19

Jan

2020

'Angry, depressed': Owners in dire straits years after roof ripped off

The owners of a storm-damaged Sydney apartment building say proposed changes to building laws will offer them little help in seeking redress.
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19

Jan

2020

Seating plans for the knights of now

Nailing a bridge crossing with an oversize load.
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19

Jan

2020

Nice weather for ducks: Sydney's rainfall brings parched pond to life

Parks of Sydney have received more than 90mm of rain in the last week, reviving dried-up waterways.
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19

Jan

2020

The school that's making high school more like primary

To ease the transition into year seven, one Sydney secondary school is incorporating some valuable elements of primary teaching into its approach.
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18

Jan

2020

Ambulance boss urges venues to buy defibrillators after Wiggle's close call

Former Yellow Wiggle Greg Page might not have survived his cardiac arrest on Friday if it wasn't for Castle Hill RSL's defibrillator and an off-duty nurse willing to give it a go.
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18

Jan

2020

The world is watching our climate response

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18

Jan

2020

Bushfire death toll rises after injured man, 84, dies in hospital

The man's death, three weeks after the firestorm devastated the NSW South Coast, brings the state's bushfire crisis death toll to 21.
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18

Jan

2020

Rental managers struggle with insurance amid bushfire cancellations

Wingecarribee mayor Duncan Gair says the Southern HIghlands region is back open for business.
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18

Jan

2020

'Like any other international commerce': Mexican cartels make big business out of Australia's meth trade

When Australian Federal Police Detective Superintendent Conrad Jensen first visited an outdoor meth lab in Mexico last October, it was not the first he had seen like it.
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18

Jan

2020

Let's stop being a fossil on climate change

Your article points to positive steps forward from the PM. But he is still using his tricky language, which does little to alleviate my distrust of him.
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18

Jan

2020

Man charged after allegedly touching sleeping woman on train

The woman was travelling on an early morning train when she was allegedly assaulted.
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17

Jan

2020

Bush to Beach 2020

Around 40 indigenous kids from Brewarrina, Bourke, Weilmoringle, and Goodooga in far North West NSW have experienced the ocean, at South Narabeen, for the very first time.
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17

Jan

2020

Two injured in backyard shipping container 'flash-type explosion'

A middle-aged couple have been seriously burned in a blast south of Sydney.
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17

Jan

2020

Open your hearts and wallets for bushfire victims

Donating to charity is wonderful but what people most need now is cash, not goods, which are hard to sort and distribute.
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17

Jan

2020

Daylight armed robbery at inner west brothel

Two men armed with knives have allegedly threatened staff at a brothel in Sydney's inner west on Friday afternoon.
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17

Jan

2020

History not on Hockey's side

Sorry, Joe, we all know how that ended. But good luck anyway.
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17

Jan

2020

Beauty is meaning: How our choice of fork contains our world view

Beauty creates meaning, forming a relationship that elicits our best selves. So it’s no mere nice-to-have. Beauty is a core human value.
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17

Jan

2020

Bushfire victim with 55 per cent burns who lost it all wants to go home

With heavily bandaged legs and red, raw arms and hands that “just don’t bend,” Roy Annesley asks the bank to waive late payment fees because he has “had a bit going on”.
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17

Jan

2020

Parramatta City Council drops Australia Day fireworks display

Parramatta's Australia Day fireworks have been cancelled, with the city opting to donate to the Rural Fire Service instead.
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17

Jan

2020

Fancy cars, luxury brands and multimillion-dollar property: agents ready for Chinese New Year

Sydney's luxury property agents are bringing forward listings and splashing out on marketing ahead of Chinese New Year and a rebound in foreign interest.
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17

Jan

2020

Greens draft bill to overhaul strip-search laws

The bill would limit the circumstances of allowing a strip search to where there is an immediate and serious risk to the life and safety, and specifically prohibit police asking people to "squat and cough".
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16

Jan

2020

Trial zone: Speed limits drop to as low as 30km/h in pedestrian areas

Councils are introducing slower speed limits to make neighbourhoods safer and more liveable.
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16

Jan

2020

Violent pub baron who narrowly escaped jail caught drink-driving

Phillip De Angelis, 39, was ordered not to drink or take drugs while serving an 18-month intensive corrections order for assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
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16

Jan

2020

NSW to spend $20 million on bushfire recovery for 178 schools

NSW Education Minister Sarah Mitchell welcomed additional mental health funding and support payments for bushfire-affected students announced by the federal government on Friday.
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16

Jan

2020

'Cancel your trip to Bali': the tourist towns crying out for visitors

As the threat from bushfires subsides, NSW south coast towns are welcoming back tourists in the hope of fending off an economic crisis.
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16

Jan

2020

Eastern suburbs sex worker found dead in her apartment

The homicide squad is investigating the death of Kimberley McRae, 69, who was found dead in her apartment on Tuesday.
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16

Jan

2020

Lunch with RFS boss Shane Fitzsimmons: Tears on the darkest days

The commissioner talks of a childhood of family violence, the loss of his father to fire, and how volunteering kept him on the straight and narrow.
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16

Jan

2020

Eastern suburbs woman found dead in her apartment

The Homicide Squad are now investigating the death of Kimberley McRae, 69, who was found dead in her apartment on Tuesday.
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16

Jan

2020

La Boheme walk on roles for sale

Opera Australia is selling walk on roles in La Boheme for $5000
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16

Jan

2020

Sydney has its wettest day in months as severe thunderstorm warning issued

Sydney is experiencing its wettest day in four months, while light rail services across the city have been suspended due to flooding.
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16

Jan

2020

Daylight execution of Bandidos president in his own home

Shane de Britt, the president of the Bandidos Central West chapter, was fatally shot in the head on Tuesday.
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16

Jan

2020

Forget Port Botany for cruise ships, even the Red Cross supports Garden Island

Botany Bay doesn’t make the best of statements for passengers arriving in Sydney. Never has done, it seems, if we cast our minds back to 1788.
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16

Jan

2020

Turning a profit out of aged tests means less care

Governments and bureaucrats should look outside their current agendas and develop more innovative ways to deliver aged care effectively and efficiently to individuals.
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16

Jan

2020

In the Herald: January 17, 1944

Meat rationing begins today, State Lottery "Humbug", and a tornado in Campbelltown .
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16

Jan

2020

The peril of the round table

Return of the duck.
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16

Jan

2020

Wind, hail and storm warnings but largest rainfall in months expected over weekend

Storm warnings are in place for almost the entire state on Thursday evening after a steady dose of rain across most of New South Wales. 
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16

Jan

2020

Two more measles cases in Sydney

Nine people have now been diagnosed wiith the disease since Christmas, as health authorities urge adults to check their vaccination history.
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16

Jan

2020

Bushfire relief grants: how do they work?

If you've suffered in a bushfire, what are your options for compensation? How does it work?
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