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Namoi News

20

Jul

2019

Beware history repeating as US drags us towards war

It is obvious to most that the Prime Minister is being "duchessed" into another Middle East war which will be at the expense of our relationship with China.
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20

Jul

2019

Fourth person arrested over alleged $100m money laundering syndicate, attempting to leave the country

Police have arrested a fourth person over an alleged $100 million money laundering syndicate, apprehending him as he attempted to leave the country at Sydney International Airport.
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20

Jul

2019

Sydney by the numbers: the changing face of our CBD

The light rail and metro might be the most obvious changes to the Sydney CBD, but the flows of commerce and technology have reshaped the city just as much.
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20

Jul

2019

Narrow streets pose challenge for $100m upgrade of Redfern station

An 'aerial walkway' to bypass one of the narrow streets next to the stations is one of the options transport officials are considering as part of the overhaul.
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20

Jul

2019

What's on in Sydney: July 21 to 27

A Shaun Gladwell exhibition, conversations with Omar Sakr and a Childish Gambino sideshow.
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20

Jul

2019

Folau's group's far from mainstream Christianty, leaders say

Israel Folau's religious views continue to fan a fiery debate, with his latest condemning nearly all Christians - including his ardent supports who gave money - to an eternity in hell.
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20

Jul

2019

Folau's group's far from mainstream Christianity, leaders say

Israel Folau's religious views continue to fan a fiery debate, with his latest condemning nearly all Christians - including his ardent supports who gave money - to an eternity in hell.
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20

Jul

2019

Farmers continue to battle the big dry

Ten months on from when the entire state was declared in drought, patchy rainfall has provided some relief. Yet 96% of New South Wales remains drought affected, with 14.7 percent of the state classified as being in intense drought. For those in the worst affected areas the situation remains dire.
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20

Jul

2019

Chance The Rapper pulls out of Splendour in the Grass

Festival-goers have called for refunds on their three-day tickets after the US headline act pulled out at the last-minute due to illness.
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20

Jul

2019

'Enough is enough': Festival victim's mother wants pill-testing implemented

Jennie Ross-King says the pill-testing debate is "getting beyond a joke” after getting a first-hand look at how it works at Splendour in the Grass music festival.
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19

Jul

2019

Private certification fails home buyers

How on earth can a developer that "has not complied with the development consent conditions sell them if remediation hasn't occurred?
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19

Jul

2019

Confessions of a ski-field 'drug dealer'

Jarrod lives Jindabyne and works for a ski resort. He’s also a drug dealer.
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19

Jul

2019

Ex-leader Daley welcome back on frontbench, says McKay

Michael Daley is respected and should be looked after, says new Labor leader Jodi McKay.
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19

Jul

2019

Teenager suffers 'significant' head injuries after being hit by car

Police are appealing for witnesses or dashcam footage after a boy was hit by a car while crossing the road in Sydney's south-west. 
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19

Jul

2019

'First city in the world': KFC to open drive-through-only restaurant in Newcastle

The development, which will have five lanes, includes new technology that will create an efficient operation, the fast food chain says.
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19

Jul

2019

Woman spared jail for aiding and abetting $13.6m methamphetamine importation

Rose Thomas, 26, drove her girlfriend to Kmart where they bought backpacks and screwdrivers later used to unpack a drug shipment.
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19

Jul

2019

'Climate of fear': Strip searches compared to sexual assault

An inquest into music festival deaths heard revellers who had been strip searched described the experience as "dehumanising and invasive".
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19

Jul

2019

Gallery: Sydney's early tattooist, Fred Harris

In 1938 tattoos were regarded as an oddity, even a sideshow event. Now a new collection of photos shows the work of an early Australian tattoo artist.
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19

Jul

2019

Police make quick arrest to remove child from harm of 79-year-old charged with 217 child abuse offences

A 79-year-old man has been charged with 217 charges of alleged child exploitation offences at his home near Penrith.
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19

Jul

2019

Bondi bus crash victim was awaiting sentencing over fraud ring

Amy Holden, 29, died at St Vincent's Hospital on Friday morning. She was awaiting trial over her alleged role in a fraud syndicate
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18

Jul

2019

Sydney's early tattooist leaves ink mark on history

In 1938 tattoos were regarded as an oddity, even a sideshow event. Now a new collection of photos shows the work of an early Australian tattoo artist.
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18

Jul

2019

Woman dies after being struck down by bus in Bondi

Amy Holden, 29, was rushed to St Vincent's Hospital with critical head injuries on Tuesday evening and died on Friday morning after being struck down in Bondi earlier this week.
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18

Jul

2019

Woman dies days after being struck by bus in Bondi

Amy Holden, 29, died in St Vincent's Hospital on Friday morning after being struck down in Bondi earlier in the week.
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18

Jul

2019

Hat found in search for Belgian backpacker missing from Byron Bay

The hat was found by a member of the public in the area where the last "ping" from Mr Hayez's phone was recorded around the Cape Byron Lighthouse on June 1.
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18

Jul

2019

Illawarra escapee arrested 600 kilometres away at Coffs: police

Sunjay Dayal allegedly absconded while doing maintenance work at a scout camp while on work-day release and caught a taxi to Sydney.
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18

Jul

2019

Truck flips and blocks M5 on-ramp causing disruption near airport

An overturned truck is threatening to cause disruptions to traffic near the airport on the final day of school holidays as emergency services work to clean up debris left on the road.
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18

Jul

2019

Truck flips and blocks M5 on-ramp threatening to cause disruption

An overturned truck is threatening to cause disruptions to traffic near the airport on the final day of school holidays as emergency services work to clean up debris left on the road.
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18

Jul

2019

Did Folau hijack St Paul or quote wrong passage?

John Tait's article raises the interesting argument that Biblical passages are always reinterpreted and misused according to different contexts.
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18

Jul

2019

From the Archives: Peace Day celebrations mark the end of the war

One hundred years ago on July 19, 1919, about 750,000 Sydneysiders thronged the streets to celebrate Peace Day.
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18

Jul

2019

Those small towns can be murder

From Badger's Drift to Lavender Hill.
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18

Jul

2019

Sydney cladding crisis would take $1 billion to fix, strata body warns

The state's peak strata body organisation has warned that apartment owners will foot the bill for building defects unless the NSW government spends hundreds of millions to fix the "systemic crisis".
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18

Jul

2019

'Stuck in war on drugs', says NSW Health music festivals consultant

It comes as a senior NSW Police officer told the inquest he wanted to see music festivals shut down.
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18

Jul

2019

Man jailed after Facebook video shows him shooting at cockroaches with replica gun

The 35-year-old Sydney man pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing an unauthorised firearm and two counts of possessing a prohibited weapon without a permit.
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18

Jul

2019

Former Sydney tip owners awarded $50 million compo for WestConnex site

The NSW government has been ordered to pay more than $50 million compensation to the former owners of a tip site that it acquired for WestConnex.
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18

Jul

2019

High-tech cameras to nab motorists catches eye of Privacy Commissioner

A trial of 'world-first technology' that snapped photos of every single driver who passed cameras on several Sydney roads was carried out early this year.
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18

Jul

2019

'Systemic crisis': states responsible for fixing cladding problems

NSW has struck a deal with the states to pursue national building standards but will be responsible for fixing hundreds of buildings with flammable cladding.
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18

Jul

2019

Neglect, crime, sex: 24 children out west removed because of ice

An experienced social worker has painted a devastating picture of hungry and neglected children living in filthy conditions who were exposed to sex and violence.
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17

Jul

2019

'Significant doubts': Gene expert calls Kathleen Folbigg infanticide claim premature

An internationally recognised expert argues a genetic variant justifies reopening the case against convicted the baby killer.
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17

Jul

2019

Rail line closures to force 100,000 commuters a day to catch buses

Authorities plan to put on more than 200 buses a day to ferry about 100,000 people during the first four days of the closure.
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17

Jul

2019

Spring in the air: Mercury likely to exceed July average by up to 7 degrees

Warm weather is about to set in for the coming week after a series of cold fronts across the state that was barely felt by the city.
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17

Jul

2019

Staff at fatal festival sent to Bunnings for fans on 35C day

FOMO festival reveller Alex Ross-King died after consuming up to three MDMA capsules before entering.
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17

Jul

2019

It's OK for Dick Smith, but retirees are in a very different place

It's not the government's money: it's yours Dick, as it represents pre-paid tax.
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17

Jul

2019

Former council boss forced to hand over 'misplaced' phone, iPad

The sacked chief executive of Parramatta Council says he 'misplaced' a mobile phone and tablet device he failed to return to his former employer.
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17

Jul

2019

'The largest ever claim': WestConnex might be opening, but the legal fights rage

For the past five years, the former owners and operators of the tip on which the interchange is being erected have been waging a series of labyrinthine legal battles with the government.
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17

Jul

2019

In the Herald: July 18, 1969

Half-way to the moon, communications lifeline and shooting begins on Ned Kelly.
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17

Jul

2019

Neil Armstrong makes way for Menangle trots

And whatever happened to old Hoot Gibson?
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17

Jul

2019

Children's hospital doctors fear jobs are on the line after warning

Doctors say they are fearful about speaking out on patient safety after they were reminded of the code of conduct.
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17

Jul

2019

'Concerning': Sydney businessman allegedly paid nanny $2.33 an hour

Sydney-based mortgage broker Tony Lam is facing the federal court after he paid a nanny just $12,574 over a year to cook, clean and care for his children for up to 17 hours day.
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17

Jul

2019

'Please someone': inquest hears of tragic teen's cries for help

The NSW Coroners Court heard Alex Ross-King, 19, opted to "double dump" MDMA rather than be caught by police.
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17

Jul

2019

Housewife dropped kids at school then overdosed on ice, inquiry hears

ice inquiry hears the amphetamine doesn't discriminate between rich and poor, old and young. Many recreational users think they can control it, but many fail and become addicted.
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