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NSW begins fishing operation this long weekend

The NSW Department of Primary Industries will launch Operation Alpha Delta, to stop illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing activity.

Class action buzz as NSW beekeepers seek varroa payout

Beekeepers will seek millions of dollars in compensation in a potential class action against the NSW and federal governments after their hives were destroyed in a bid to stop the varroa mite.

Marine Rescue NSW launches 2 new vessels at Merimbula

Two new Marine Rescue NSW vessels have been commissioned at a ceremony at Merimbula on the NSW South Coast today ahead of what is expected to be a busy boating season.

More to be revealed on Cooma grandmother’s tasering: lawyer

The tragic circumstances that led to the tasering of a frail great-grandmother who later died are still being investigated, her family's lawyer says.

Ex-NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian speaks after corrupt finding

Former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian breached the public trust while in a secret relationship with another Liberal MP, a corruption watchdog has found.

Bungendore group want MP to back independent review into high school

Bungendore locals have called upon Steve Whan, the new MP for Monaro, to organise an independent review into the controversial High School.

Terry Campese steps down as Labor candidate for Monaro

Former rugby league player and philanthropist Terry Campese announced today that he will step down as Labor candidate for Monaro in the NSW state election next month.

NSW south coast communities demand ‘Fix the Brown’

The Fix The Brown community campaign says the Brown Mountain road is unsafe, unstable, unreliable, unsustainable and totally inappropriate for the 21st century.

Ex-minister misled public: Barilaro trade job report

Former NSW deputy premier and Member for Monaro John Barilaro's appointment to a lucrative US trade job was a "sorry saga" with all the hallmarks of a "job for the boys", a parliamentary inquiry has found.

NSW premier’s plan for cashless pokies in five years

Every poker machine in NSW will be cashless within five years under an ambitious plan to overhaul the gaming industry.

Final report from lengthy Barilaro-gate inquiry due

After months of examination and a dozen public hearings, a report is due to be handed down analysing how former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro landed a high paying overseas trade role.

John Barilaro’s office denied bushfire funds in Labor seats

The NSW Auditor‑General's report on bushfire recovery grants has found John Barilaro's office excluded Labor electorates from urgent funding.

NSW coalition government headed for election defeat: poll

A second opinion poll within days has pointed to defeat for the NSW coalition government at the March election.