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Truck drivers at FedEx are the latest in the parcel delivery industry to vote to take strike action Byron Bay has already been smashed by rolling lockdowns and border closures and now desperate business owners fear vaccine holdouts are risking what’s left of the holiday town. Residents in hotspot local government areas now have the same freedoms as…
 
It's semi-final week and the NRL has been turned on its head. Phil Rothfield, Michael Carayannis and Adam Mobbs debate whether Penrith will be labelled chokers if their season ends early and why the Teddy v Turbo clash is must-watch TV. Buzz and Mick are tipping potential boilovers - albeit in different games - and they disagree on who should be co…
 
Outdoor pools across NSW will open to the public from next Monday — including those in locked down council areas Shark-spotting drones — some operated by out-of-work airline ­pilots — will be deployed at 50 of the State’s most popular swimming beaches over coming weeks a A senior Rugby Australia executive has appeared in court after federal police …
 
It was supposed to be a take-down of major Colom­bian cocaine suppliers but it can now be revealed the operation was a shambles When Peter Dutton went down by five votes to Scott Morrison in 2018 Liberal Party ballot, he looked fated to be one of the nearly men of Australian politics. Size doesn’t always matter when it comes to the booming housing …
 
Australia's new nuclear powered submarines could be equipped with the newest versions of Tomahawk cruise missiles enabling them to strike enemy ships as far as 2000km away China has wasted no time in attacking the AUKUS deal to help Australia acquire ­nuclear submarines Summer school and tutors should be offered to struggling students to catch up o…
 
Billionaire James Packer has listed his Italian-built super yacht IJE for sale for $283m Government lawyers are working to draft rules that will ban unvaccinated patrons and staff from hospitality venues when NSW begins to open up An Aussie entrepreneur who created a tech start-up in her mother’s loungeroom with her then-boyfriend has cemented her …
 
The NSW Department of Education is continuing to list resources that promote the teaching of critical race theory in classrooms Restaurant and pub owners have angrily claimed they are facing a legal minefield if they are asked to be the gatekeeper of unvaccinated staff and customers A high-profile Sydney real estate agent has escaped with a $500 fi…
 
State and federal education ministers have slammed divisive third-party learning plans promoted by the NSW Department of Education Hospitality has become the fault line for Australia’s anti-vax debate New York is opening up again with a vaccine passport policy that is showing Aussies the way back to a new normal way of life. And He once earned just…
 
New laws that make it easier for authorities to hack into ­social media accounts and change data and posts will be used within weeks... to target child sex abusers, terrorists and organised crime gangs. Bondi Beach was bustling with Sydneysiders soaking up the sun yesterday... leading the chief health officer to express her “concern” that people we…
 
Doctors have raised serious concerns about the “hospital in the home” Covid treatment system after 13 ­people have died at home since August 1... Sydney's few available homes during lockdown has seen multimillion dollar ­prices for properties you cannot even live in. Boxer Harry Garside has emerged from his bronze medal boxing triumph at the Tokyo …
 
Television star Ian Stenlake has been charged with a number of offences over an incident in Sydney’s east earlier this year ….during which he allegedly verbally assaulted two police officers. New South Wales residents are one step closer to normalcy... with the onus now on us to get vaccinated to ensure pubs, restaurants and shops can open next mon…
 
Phil Rothfield, Michael Carayannis and Adam Mobbs analyse each of the week one playoff games and deliver their verdicts. The boys also tear apart the failures from this season, which teams are in for an even worse 2022 and what we're going to do without Thursday night footy. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph…
 
ICAC is preparing to hold new private hearings into Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s disgraced former boyfriend MP Daryl Maguire amid fresh scrutiny of a $5.5 million sporting grant he ­obtained for his electorate. The widow of one of Sydney’s most notorious gangsters has launched a last-minute legal bid to block a Channel 7 series about Pasquale Barba…
 
The NSW Treasurer has declared residents and businesses in Covid hotspot areas should get the same freedoms as parts of Sydney with low virus cases when restrictions ease. Gladys Berejiklian has four times refused to say if she is being investigated by the Independent Commission Against Corruption in relation to the activities of her former boyfrie…
 
NSW Police have zeroed in on a new person of interest who they believe is responsible for the disappearance and presumed death of missing boy William Tyrrell. Tears of joy and an incredible sense of relief at a remote property in the NSW Hunter ….after toddler AJ Elfalak was found by a chopper crew. The surfer mauled by a great white shark off the …
 
Horrified onlookers watched helplessly as a surfer – missing an arm – flailed in the water shouting “help me, help me’’ after being attacked by a shark on the NSW Mid North Coast on Sunday. Hundreds of searchers failed to find any trace of missing three-year-old AJ Elfalak near his Hunter Valley home yesterday as police seized a white ute from a ne…
 
Fans will be in the stands to watch a Socceroos World Cup match, a plan has been hatched to have crowds at The Everest race meeting, and pubs and clubs are gearing up to welcome back drinkers as NSW prepares for an ‘Octoberfest’ partial return to normal life. Nineteen children as young as six, were the target of a man and a woman in country NSW who…
 
They are the words every locked down Aussie is desperate to hear – but rest assured, normal life will return. That’s according to social researcher Mark McCrindle, whose new report Australia Towards 2031 looks at what life will be like in the next 10 years. A botched rollout of mobile speed cameras has ­resulted in motorists in half of the state fa…
 
Boys and girls as young as three years of age should be asked which gender pronouns they prefer to use, according to an official guide produced by the NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has been condemned for “damaging public confidence” by misquoting Covid-19 death rate modelling and scaremongering abou…
 
It's been a massive week in NRL and Phil Rothfield, Mick and Adam Mobbs are here to pull it all apart. They break down the commentary around the Latrell Mitchell suspension and Buzz and Mick argue, once again, the case for and against a wildcard round as the solution after the mass resting of players cruels the integrity of the last round this week…
 
A high-profile Sydney lawyer has urged the community from his bed in a hospital Covid ward to get vaccinated after he was a week too late in getting his jab. Vaccine hesitant workers living in Sydney’s Covid-19 areas of concern who can’t work because they choose not to get the jab will still be able to pocket $750 a week in government support. A Sy…
 
Payroll tax cuts are set to be boosted for businesses with turnovers of less than $10 million until at least the end of the year as the NSW government stretches pandemic support into the summer. Most Australians want state borders thrown open during the pandemic despite the threat of Covid-19 infections, with vaccination the key to freedom. Notorio…
 
Lockdown-weary Australians are worried more about the pandemic’s toll on jobs and mental health than any surge in the Covid-19 virus. One of Australia’s most ­notorious criminals has denied he threatened the son of racing patriarch Bill Waterhouse to keep quiet about the cold case murder of Sydney horse trainer George Brown. To sport, Sydney forwar…
 
Health-care workers have little hope for the coming months after Premier Gladys Berejiklian urged citizens to pay no mind to the “rollercoaster of case numbers”. Two of NSW’s biggest prisons are in lockdown and 21 others on high alert. It is one of Sydney’s most iconic live music venues where a generation moshed and jived to everyone from Elton Joh…
 
People in Sydney and regional NSW are getting jabbed in droves, with 60 per cent of people now partially vaccinated in more than 50 local government areas. In the first of a series that reveals the lives of players after NRL, James Phelps tells how Beau Ryan went from journeyman winger to professional funnyman and TV celebrity. Neurosurgeon Charlie…
 
Controversial neurosurgeon Charlie Teo is considering walking away from the operating theatre, convinced the NSW Medical Council’s decision to “slap” him with restrictions is a sign his enemies are “going in for the kill”. Emily Seebohm opens up about her eating disorder to encourage a positive change in her much-loved sport. Property ­experts say …
 
Residents living around Western Sydney’s incoming aerotropolis will have a direct line to voice their concerns with the government. Two of rugby league’s most powerful Indigenous leaders have joined the push to get Australians vaccinated against Covid. A proposal to allow hairdressers to reopen in certain parts of Sydney was rejected by cabinet ami…
 
In this episode, one of the boys is served a slice of humble pie over his stance on Paul Momirovski. Elsewhere, Buzz, Mick and Mobbsy discuss the future of Canterbury's Adam Elliott after his 'kissing' incident with NRLW star Millie Boyle, Curtis Scott's contract termination, Andrew Fifita's emotional post-coma interview and why Cowboys coach has e…
 
George Burgess is alleged to have thrown a phone onto a road during a road-rage incident involving another man in Wollongong on Monday night. The state’s hospitals are crumbling under growing pressure from weeks of Covid outbreaks and rising cases that have led to hundreds of staffers forced into isolation In recent times of drought and flood, city…
 
The state’s Year 9 students have ­recorded their worst performance for reading in NAPLAN examinations since the tests began. A mother of three children has become the youngest woman to die from Covid in NSW, with the deadly virus also leaving her husband fighting for life in hospital. People of west and southwest Sydney are driving the state’s incr…
 
NRL star Andrew Fifita woke from an induced coma and ­instantly his eyes began darting across the ICU ward of the Royal Brisbane Hospital. NRLW star Millie Boyle says she was simply having a “kiss in the bathroom’’ with Canterbury’s Adam Elliott before they were kicked out of a restaurant by security. It is unlikely all students will head back to t…
 
The Narrabri Gas Project has been delayed by an appeal despite a stark warning about a looming gas shortfall for NSW. The worsening Delta outbreak has led to NSW residents getting jabbed at one of fastest rates in the world. Golfing world left stunned by a Blue Mountains amateur. D-Day has finally arrived for NRL expansion. For updates and breaking…
 
HSC exams will be held outdoors under new proposals to get students safely back to school. The Wiggles will double in numbers and take the children’s act into the 21st century with diversity. A mini series starring Isla ­Fisher has been slammed for filming in the Inner West during lockdown. Canberra Raiders star Curtis Scott has turned to Alcoholic…
 
NSW plunged into its harshest ever Covid crackdown. The United Nations Security Council is prepared to recognise the Taliban as the legitimate government of Afghanistan. A meditation guru could apply to have alleged home invasion charges dealt with under the mental health act. John Coates has given his first interview since the Olympic flame was ex…
 
The Star has turned around a Covid-induced $95 million loss in the past financial year to post a $57.9 million profit. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has told other states that they must learn to “live” with Covid cases that NSW has foisted upon them. Australia is scrambling to process visa applications for Afghan workers. It has now been 847 days sinc…
 
This week Phil Rothfield, Michael Carayannis and Adam Mobbs break down the Penrith v South Sydney blockbuster as they look back on their 2021 preseason predictions. They discuss Luke Thompson potentially leaving the Bulldogs in a shock move, and Buzz and Mick have it out over the buys of the year. And, of course, there's the dinner menu ahead of a …
 
Police say members of the notorious A-lamed-dine clan have been caught flouting public health orders in Covid hot spots,...despite some of their family and friends having already caught the virus Football NSW is offering up empty fields across Sydney for mass vaccination hubs... and reaching out to culturally ­diverse communities with multilingual …
 
US President choppered back to the White House to deliver a brief mid-afternoon address to explain that the total collapse of the Afghan government to the Taliban unfolded more quickly than anticipated. Health authorities have raised the white flag on identifying venues visited by Covid cases. The state’s Firearms Registry finally has a computer sy…
 
More than 250 Army and Air force personnel to Kabul to join Coalition forces in Afghanistan. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has backed away from her commitment to loosen restrictions once NSW reaches 80 per cent double-vaccination coverage. Cronulla officials are concerned front-rower Andrew Fifita may become the second Sharks player lost from a seriou…
 
Hundreds of Afghan workers who helped Australian troops will be evacuated from Kabul in a “last flight out of Saigon” moment for the nation, as the Taliban moves in on the capital. Australians are being put at risk by dodgy doctors amid revelations dozens of fakes, fraudsters and unregistered medics have been caught illegally treating patients. Pol…
 
Premier Gladys Berejiklian has backflipped on her incremental lockdown approach, announcing on Saturday afternoon the entire state will live under strict stay-at-home restrictions. Rapid antigen testing able to detect Covid-19 in less than 15 minutes will be rolled out in an aged-care facility in a Western Sydney hotspot tomorrow in a bid to keep S…
 
People will need a permit to travel to regional NSW while travel to second properties will only be allowed by one person to undertake essential maintenance or tend to animals under a tightening of the public health orders. Five minors allegedly ­laughed, smiled at a camera and taunted a 16-year-old boy while he pleaded for his life as Sydney’s stre…
 
Australia’s national statisticians have been blasted for adopting “radical gender theory” by stating in new guidelines that a person’s biological sex can change over a lifetime. A Sydney businessman and convicted criminal ­believed to be Byron Bay’s ‘‘patient zero’’ could be slapped with more charges as investigations continue into exactly when and…
 
Phil Rothfield, Michael Carayannis and Adam Mobbs discuss whether Matt Burton sold himself short by signing with Canterbury so early. The boys look at Parramatta's stuttering premiership campaign, contract issues and recruitment, they review the latest episode of the Tales from Tiger Town documentary and Buzz reveals his special burger recipe. To r…
 
Top cop Mick Fuller has been drafted to stop the state’s Covid chaos amid revelations health orders are too weak to be enforced and the community is in open defiance. Byron Bay’s patient zero is a Sydney businessman with convictions for drugs, burglary and forgery, who immigration authorities once claimed had arrived in Australia on a false passpor…
 
A million dollars has been spent by the Berejiklian Government on “PR spin” and community consultation for a project that is yet to receive the go ahead – raising the walls of Warragamba Dam. Christmas lunch with “everyone around the table” is the Prime Minister’s target for NSW, but there is a widening divide between the two people at the helm of …
 
Court documents have revealed single mum Kayla Dawson allegedly lured a 16-year-old boy to her Doonside home where he was bashed to death by a group of kids as young as 13 over a pair of stolen AirPods. Prime Minister Scott Morrison acknowledged Australians’ “pandemic frustrations” as the Moderna vaccine was approved for use in Australia. Australia…
 
The Brisbane Olympics may be a long way off but Aussie youngsters are brimming with confidence and enthusiasm for a golden future thanks to the nation’s spectacular success in Tokyo. Twelve suburbs in Penrith have now been placed under the strictest lockdown conditions in Sydney, as thousands yesterday flocked to Homebush to get vaccinated. Haircut…
 
Social media and big tech companies will be required to protect online users from cyber bullies and “digital lynch mobs”… or face being named, shamed and fined under a proposed new list of demands. Australia will have a third vaccine option within weeks with the country’s drug regulator set to approve the Mod­erna jab within a fortnight. Strike For…
 
Vouchers would be offered to councils to give to ratepayers on the condition they meet set vaccination targets under a plan to boost jab rates among NSW residents. Sydney’s housing boom isn’t done yet and there are multiple city pockets where budding property investors can still cash in on rising prices – especially in the city’s west and coastal r…
 
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