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Apr

2020

Jubelin guilty of illegally recording conversations during Tyrrell case

The former homicide squad detective made the recordings during the investigation into William Tyrrell's disappearance.
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Apr

2020

Home schooling: Calling all NSW students

The Sydney Morning Herald is asking NSW school students to write letters about how their experience of home schooling for a special letters page.
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Apr

2020

Premier details chance to relax social restrictions 'down the track' as NSW death toll reaches 18

The Premier says there is a "chance down the track" that social distancing restrictions will be lifted but stressed that the next six months will be hard as the death toll in NSW reaches 18.
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Apr

2020

Pandemic has exposed the fatuity of neo-liberalism

In times of real national need, citizens look to government, not the free market, for assistance and solutions.
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Apr

2020

Spectre of police state is becoming as worrying as the virus

After a few days of meticulous social distancing at the grandparents' place, I caught my husband hovering over his phone, looking worried.
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Apr

2020

Councils bleed revenue as costs from coronavirus surge

Compounding the growing financial pressure, councils face a large increase in ratepayers seeking to defer rates due to hardship.
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Apr

2020

'Crumbling around us': Owners in dire straits from WestConnex cracking

Christine Wong Wan Po fears every time she looks up, she will see more cracks in her ceiling.
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Apr

2020

'Obsolete scum of white Australia' behind anti-Chinese sentiment, says NSW Labor MP

A new opinion piece by NSW MLC Shaoquett Moselmane has one former MP describing him as 'an absolute disgrace to the Labor Party'.
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Apr

2020

A huge deficit looms but NSW should not rush to repair the budget: economists

The state's budget will plunge deep into the red.
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Apr

2020

Elbows, and shoulders, return to their rightful place

Even chickens can't escape travel restrictions.
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Apr

2020

One of the most crucial aspects of containing COVID-19 is overlooked

Coronaviruses may last up to nine days on some surfaces, raising concerns about the adequacy of cleaning in places where people have been sick.
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Apr

2020

NSW coronavirus death toll rises to 16, with 2580 confirmed cases across the state

The coronavirus death toll in NSW has risen to 16, with four new deaths reported overnight.
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Apr

2020

'I felt violated': Virus vigilantes record and dob in neighbours over virus rules

Anger, resentment and shame are tearing apart communities apart as residents call the police on each other.
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Apr

2020

Don't deny students their social lives

Mark Scott sees an opportunity to change the way we teach, with COVID-19 as the catalyst.
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Apr

2020

Coronavirus in Sydney - 3rd of April, 2020

Coronavirus in Sydney
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Apr

2020

NSW changes restrictions, warns apathetic young people of 'severe consequences'

NSW Chief Medical Officer Kerry Chant said there are 41 people in ICU. Twenty-three of them are on ventilators and four are in their 30s.
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Apr

2020

We need to know who let the genie out of the bottle

Everyone is running for cover over the now fatal Ruby Princess debacle.
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Apr

2020

Man jailed for 1989 murder of Sydney bookmaker Charles Skarratt

The children of a Sydney bookmaker who was gagged, bound, bashed, robbed and stabbed to death in his Sydney garage had to wait more than 30 years for justice to be done.
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Apr

2020

Childcare centres report surge in bookings as school kids stay home

With the Morrison government waiving childcare fees and school children staying home in droves, parents are confused by mixed messages on education.
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Apr

2020

Ruby Princess to remain off Sydney amid police investigation

Five other cruise ships will briefly enter the Harbour on Saturday and Sunday to swap crews before heading into international waters.
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Apr

2020

Andrew Constance accused of backflip over toll price criticisms

The NSW Transport Minister criticised tolling giant Transurban for going ahead with quarterly price increases on its roads, calling it a "terrible" look during the crisis.
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Apr

2020

Mick Fuller, the man managing the movement of 7.5 million people for 90 days

A week ago he was simply the state's top cop. Now NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has an even more serious role.
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Apr

2020

Jobs not homes: NSW to push ahead with planning approvals

Planning Minister Rob Stokes wants to speed-up development approvals to propel NSW's economy into the "roaring 2020s" after the coronavirus outbreak.
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Apr

2020

Man 'attempts to deliver drug' in fruit box to quarantined traveller in luxury hotel

The 37-year-old man arrived at the Sheraton at Sydney's Hyde Park shortly after 1pm on Thursday, carrying a fruit box which he claimed to be delivering to a man inside the hotel.
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Apr

2020

NSW coronavirus numbers stabilise with 2389 cases

Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the number of new cases has continued to stabilise, but NSW is "in it for at least six months".
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Apr

2020

Final stage of Sydney's CBD light rail opens

The final stage of Sydney’s controversial $2.9 billion CBD light rail quietly opened on Friday morning.
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Apr

2020

In the Herald: April 3, 2000

Fury over stolen children, Keating like 'fallen dictator', and goodbye CDs, hello Super CDs
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Apr

2020

Happy to hibernate but long-term cost is high

I have enjoyed my time in isolation, yet the latest news that this will continue for 90 days has sent me into a downward spiral.
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Apr

2020

From the Archives, 1968: Easter show parachute stunt goes wrong

At the Royal Easter Show, two cameramen were smashed to the ground as a parachutist towed by a truck swooped over the Sydney Showground.
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Apr

2020

Dogs dreaming of lazy days past

An embarrassment of goodwill in response to a reader's lament.
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Apr

2020

Premier says Ruby Princess staff may have misled NSW Health

The Premier's position comes as Australian Border Force and healthcare providers boarded the Ruby Princess on Thursday, moored off Botany Bay.
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Apr

2020

'You're not alone': Anxiety help goes online to ease coronavirus panic

Psychiatrist Mike Millard has a message for anyone feeling anxious, sad or depressed in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic: "You're not alone."
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Apr

2020

Fears of college closures for students with nowhere else to go

The students left at residential colleges have nowhere else to go, but worry their home-away-from home will be shut down
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Apr

2020

Homeless with nowhere to go told they can't sleep rough

NSW's peak homelessness body fears the vulnerable could face police action after a car window washer was fined under tough new measures.
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Apr

2020

A family in the time of Coronavirus

In this strange time of Coronavirus a family slowly moves towards lockdown.
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Apr

2020

One in three seriously ill COVID-19 patients under 60, NSW Health

Eleven patients among the state’s hospitalised coronavirus cases are under 40 - a stark warning to younger people who believe the virus is only a danger to older generations.
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Apr

2020

Two fatalities within minutes on Sydney's roads

A motorcycle rider and a cyclist have both been killed just minutes apart from one another in two separate accidents on Sydney's roads on Thursday afternoon.
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Apr

2020

Weathered posters now echoes of our vivid former lives

Instead of promoting upcoming gigs, music festivals or products, walls of posters around the inner-west have been reduced to a soggy mess.
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Apr

2020

Oatlands driver to face 14 fresh charges over crash that left four children dead

Samuel Davidson will be charged with aggravated dangerous driving occasioning death under the influence of MDMA and aggravated dangerous driving occasioning death going more than 45 km/h over the speed limit
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Apr

2020

NSW records 116 new coronavirus cases, state tally hits 2298

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the acceleration of cases is not growing, but we have to remain "vigilant".
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Apr

2020

May positive policymaking catch on post-COVID

Every family has had to cut down. No one should complain when the government also dices tax cuts.
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Apr

2020

From the Archives 1919: Mask theories in the influenza epidemic

In the 1919 influenza pandemic, there were complaints about the mixed use of face masks and calls for children to use “inhalatoriums” at school daily.
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Apr

2020

Saving the Einstein of Wall Street

Trading blows with COVID-19.
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Apr

2020

Focus on maths and literacy, and don't beat yourself up, says Minister

Education experts say stressed-out parents do not have to run six hours of lessons a day, and focusing on maths and literacy for primary-aged students is enough.
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Apr

2020

'Respond to the new reality': Rozelle residents plead for Westconnex reprieve

Residents are asking the government to alter the schedule of the nearby road project as noise while they are working from home is too much to handle.
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Apr

2020

Wife of ex-Liberal mayor and estate agent calls to ban his trade in council

Tina Ayyad, whose husband is former mayor Ned Mannoun, wants to disqualify property developers and real estate agents from running for council.
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Apr

2020

Coronavirus in Sydney

Coronavirus in Sydney
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Apr

2020

From gin to hand sanitiser: giving doctors vital supplies

Poor Toms co-founder's phone has been beeping non-stop for several days, but Jesse Kennedy's clients aren't after a bottle of gin. They're after hand sanitiser.
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Mar

2020

Fire at derelict bowling club in Sydney's inner west

Emergency services were called to a structure on Hythe Street at 1.30pm. 
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Mar

2020

Three microwave meals and no snacks: Travellers resort to stealing food as hotel allowances cut

For hotels where guests in quarantine had an extra allowance, many were using the funds to purchase alcohol.
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