‘A pox on both houses’:voters turn on government and unions over train disruptions

‘A pox on both houses’:voters turn on government and unions over train disruptions

Voters are spreading the blame for rolling public sector strikes between the government and unions.

  • byAlexandra Smith

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NSW trade job inquiry forced to delay hearings due to fight over sensitive documents
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John Barilaro

NSW trade job inquiry forced to delay hearings due to fight over sensitive documents

Former trade minister Stuart Ayres will be called to an inquiry that is probing the state’s controversial trade commissioners when it resumes next month.

  • byLucy Cormack
‘Use them or lose them’:1.5m tourism vouchers still not redeemed

‘Use them or lose them’:1.5m tourism vouchers still not redeemed

NSW residents have been eligible for a $50 hotel voucher since February,but more than half of people are still sitting on theirs before the expiry in two weeks.

  • byMary Ward
New behaviour adviser to work across all schools as student conduct worsens

New behaviour adviser to work across all schools as student conduct worsens

The NSW government will appoint a specialist adviser to help all schools navigate increasingly difficult student behaviour.

  • byAlexandra Smith
North Shore seat in firing line of teal army mobilising for state election
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North Shore seat in firing line of teal army mobilising for state election

North Shore Liberal MP Felicity Wilson is the next confirmed target of a burgeoning movement aimed at unseating government members at the March state election.

  • byLucy Cormack
New polling gives Coalition underdog status before the NSW election

New polling gives Coalition underdog status before the NSW election

As the Coalition heads towards March,when it will ask voters to re-elect it for a total of 16 years in power,there is a gulf between the government and Labor.

  • byAlexandra Smith
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NSW Labor secures election-winning lead as voters abandon the Coalition
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Chris Minns

NSW Labor secures election-winning lead as voters abandon the Coalition

With the state election due in six months,Labor’s primary vote has hit 43 per cent,which,if replicated on March 25,would put Labor in majority government.

  • byAlexandra Smith
Minns unapologetic over decision to sack frontbencher

Minns unapologetic over decision to sack frontbencher

The NSW Labor leader has put his shadow cabinet on notice,saying he will not abide senior members using parliamentary privilege to launch “unsubstantiated” political attacks.

  • byLucy Cormack andTom Rabe
Tania Mihailuk sacked from Labor shadow cabinet after late-night political attack

Tania Mihailuk sacked from Labor shadow cabinet after late-night political attack

The MP for Bankstown will no longer be part of the shadow cabinet after NSW Labor leader Chris Minns sacked her.

  • bySarah Keoghan
Minns issues ultimatum to Mihailuk - stop attacking colleagues or be demoted
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Minns issues ultimatum to Mihailuk - stop attacking colleagues or be demoted

NSW Labor frontbencher Tania Mihailuk has been warned that her frontbench position is under threat if she continues to use parliamentary privilege to attack party colleagues.

  • byAlexandra Smith andKate McClymont
NSW public sector workers to get 20 days’ paid domestic violence leave

NSW public sector workers to get 20 days’ paid domestic violence leave

The state government will double the number of days of paid family and domestic violence leave for hundreds of thousands of employees,including temporary and casual staff.

  • byAlexandra Smith