Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has confirmed the sunshine state will reopen to greater Sydney on December 1.
Mitchell Van Homrigh
The iconic Freshwater Class ferry to Manly may be used in a different capacity after The Daily Telegraph launched a campaign to save the boats.
A Sydney mayor has slammed a council’s plan to monitor residents’ waste on bin day and leave notes for those who get their recycling wrong.
An online database listing the locations of train stations containing asbestos needs to be created immediately after a spate of rail workers coming into contact with the potentially deadly fibre, authorities claim. SEE IF YOUR STATION IS AFFECTED
Gladys Berejiklian has confirmed she didn’t isolate after receiving a COVID-19 test, undermining months of public health messaging.
A schoolboy has spent the night behind bars, charged over the alleged stabbing of his classmate at a Western Sydney high school.
Nick Hansen and Mitchell Van Homrigh
A man delivering takeaway food on a bicycle has died after being hit by a truck in Surry Hills – the fifth driver to die in three months.
See the full list of venues now required to electronically record patron’s details under new public health orders.
NSW residents will begin to receive their dining vouchers from the state government today, in an effort to stimulate the economy.
The $32 billion renewables roadmap has been slammed amid concerns the “gross” intervention in the market will push up electricity prices.
Clarissa Bye, Clare Armstrong, James O'Doherty and John Rolfe
Police are on the hunt for thieves who stole a $120,000 painting from millionaire John Singleton’s Central Coast home. See the artwork.
Mitchell Van Homrigh, Mark Morri, Richard Noone
There were scenes of joy and emotional reunions in the Sydney and Melbourne Airport domestic terminals as NSW opened to Victoria after 137 days.
Georgia Clark and Mitchell Van Homrigh
A cancer-stricken man accused of stealing a scooter from a disability pensioner earlier this month says he didn’t do it and has a unique alibi.
A NSW corruption investigation into disgraced former MP Daryl Maguire risked Australia’s relationship with a critical ally, a federal MP has warned.
Federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor has fired a broadside at NSW counterpart Matt Kean, taking aim at his renewable energy plan.
People in supermarkets, planes and in many other places are not being COVID safe, so why is the restaurant industry singled out, asks Luke Mangan.
Inner West residents are seeing red over fears that the White Bay Power Station will become the latest of the area’s historic buildings to be demolished.
Thousands of Australians are on the move as states remove coronavirus-induced border closures and social restrictions — and flights between Sydney and Melbourne resume.
Daniel McCulloch and Colin Brinsden
Eastern suburbs residents are seeing red over fears the White City tennis institution will become the latest of the area’s historic buildings to be demolished.
Ben Pike and Annette Sharp
There is a growing push from the hospitality industry to further relax NSW’s COVID restrictions, the toughest in the nation, as Victoria races ahead with rule changes.
James O'Doherty, Kaitlyn Hudson-O’Farrellm Anna Caldwell
A grandfather has revealed his pain at the loss of his son, who drowned at a popular Illawarra beach while trying to save his 10-year-old from a freak wave.
Derrick Krusche, Cydonee Mardon & David Barwell
The kidnapped dealers are allegedly being bashed and robbed as a furious bikie boss continues a brutal mission for the massive missing cocaine haul
A convicted paedophile who pretended to be pop star Justin Bieber to lure young girls is one of 28 criminals flown out of Australia during a special Border Force operation.
Every school teacher in NSW will be given mandatory mental health training to stop vulnerable kids falling through the cracks, in response to The Sunday Telegraph’s Can We Talk campaign.
Jack Morphet and Ben Pike
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