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Friends comment on Sydney Snapchat crash 0

Friends comment on Sydney Snapchat crash

Friends and victims of a young Sydney woman, who died in a car crash after driving dangerously for social media videos, have spoken about the "horrifying" night that tore apart their lives.

Five drug supply charges at Syd festival 0

Five drug supply charges at Syd festival

Five people have been charged with drug supply and more than a dozen will front court for possession after allegedly being caught with illegal substances at a dance festival in Sydney’s west.

Mother opts to take part in Vic euthanasia 0

Mother opts to take part in Vic euthanasia

A mother with terminal cancer who feared a bad death says having the choice to end her life when she is ready under Victoria’s voluntary euthanasia laws is a huge relief.

Concerns for 2yo Tamil refugee’s health 0

Concerns for 2yo Tamil refugee’s health

Supporters in the tiny Queensland town of Biloela are concerned for the health of a two-year-old Tamil asylum-seeker held in detention for 15 months.

Two males wanted over Vic assault 0

Two males wanted over Vic assault

Two males remain on the run after allegedly kicking and punching a man in the head and chest near a train station in a leafy Melbourne suburb.

Two males wanted over Vic assault 0

Two males wanted over Vic assault

Two males remain on the run after allegedly kicking and punching a man in the head and chest near a train station in a leafy Melbourne suburb.

Western Sydney’s roads a NSW budget focus 0

Western Sydney’s roads a NSW budget focus

The NSW government is saving the best for the west in Tuesday’s budget, estimating the population of western Sydney will boom from two million to three million people over the next 20 years.

Western Sydney’s roads a NSW budget focus 0

Western Sydney’s roads a NSW budget focus

The NSW government is saving the best for the west in Tuesday’s budget, estimating the population of western Sydney will boom from two million to three million people over the next 20 years.

Dutton revives broader cyber powers plan 0

Dutton revives broader cyber powers plan

The Morrison government insists it isn’t considering getting its cyber spooks to spy on Australians at home but says it does need better capacity to fend off online attacks.

Public sector cuts expected in NSW budget 0

Public sector cuts expected in NSW budget

More than a thousand public sector jobs could be cut under a cost-saving measure to be announced in Tuesday’s NSW Budget.