"The life-long trauma from going to a school with the most evil teachers and flop cohort will never be worth it."
Sydney's asbestos crisis has been ongoing since January, when a child brought a piece of bonded asbestos home from a Rozelle playground.
Undercover police made online contact with the boy, who had an IQ of 71, to gather intelligence and evidence before charging him with terrorism offences.
“There's always a place for unseriousness in everything, not just in music.”
Vape store density was almost seven times higher in socioeconomically disadvantaged suburbs when compared to wealthier areas.
That a surgeon or doctor’s work amounts to art is indispensable for PR. Is there more to it than glossy platitudes?
Calls to boycott Woolworths, anti-Change the Date ads on social media, and claims Anthony Albanese is "waging war on Australia Day along with corporate elites like Woolworths and BIG-W", have joined the great January 26 pile-on.
NSW Premier Chris Minns Says Police Shouldn't Be Blamed for Disproportionate Indigenous Incarceration Rates
The premier's comments come as a series of damning reports into use of force by NSW police have thrown a spotlight onto the over-policing of Indigenous youth in the state.
On Christmas night, severe thunderstorms hit south-east Queensland, NSW and Victoria and caused flash flooding and fallen trees and leaving more than 120,000 homes without power.