‘People think it’s all over up here,but it’s not’:Flood volunteer’s stark message

‘People think it’s all over up here,but it’s not’:Flood volunteer’s stark message

Kerrie Gray,who helped run evacuation centres during the 2022 floods,was recognised for her contribution to the Northern Rivers community.

  • byAngus Thomson

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Can you tell between a year 6 student and AI? Teachers say they can
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Can you tell between a year 6 student and AI? Teachers say they can

Public schools have banned AI program ChatGPT,but private educators say they will allow it as they can tell students’ work apart. Can you? Test yourself in this article.

  • byChristopher Harris andAngus Thomson
For many,the pandemic is over. For Nicola,there’s no end in sight

For many,the pandemic is over. For Nicola,there’s no end in sight

Nicola West was about to sign the biggest deal of her life. The next day,a pandemic was declared and she hasn’t left her apartment since. The Herald’s series on the Sydney we don’t talk about continues.

  • byAngus Thomson
Sheridan McMahon has been to 126 Elton John concerts. Here’s why

Sheridan McMahon has been to 126 Elton John concerts. Here’s why

The Sydney lawyer’s first Elton John concert was in 1990. His performance at Allianz on Tuesday was her 127th,and one of her last.

  • byAngus Thomson
What is the injury that saw Kyrgios withdraw from the Open?

What is the injury that saw Kyrgios withdraw from the Open?

A torn meniscus is a fairly common injury,even for people who are not elite athletes. But what is it,exactly? And what’s a parameniscal cyst?

  • byAngus Thomson
In this Sydney suburb,one in three homes is empty. It’s not just a data error

In this Sydney suburb,one in three homes is empty. It’s not just a data error

There are 164,624 empty homes in Sydney,yet we have a five-figure waiting list for public housing. Experts say solving the city’s housing crisis will not be simple.

  • byAngus Dalton,Billie Eder,Millie Muroi,Anthony Segaert andAngus Thomson
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‘The apology was sincere’:Minns says voters will decide Perrottet’s fate

‘The apology was sincere’:Minns says voters will decide Perrottet’s fate

NSW Labor leader Chris Minns has refused to call for Dominic Perrottet to resign over revelations he wore a Nazi costume to his 21st birthday.

  • byAngus Thomson
Vinnies launches first inner-city shop in 10 years as vintage fashion booms

Vinnies launches first inner-city shop in 10 years as vintage fashion booms

The charity hopes the prime retail location in Surry Hills will help tap into growing demand for vintage fashion,particularly among Millennials and Gen Z.

  • byAngus Thomson
The people whose life choices will shape Australia for the next decade

The people whose life choices will shape Australia for the next decade

The new parents deciding the size of their family. The international student choosing to stay on. The graduate moving out of town. All shape the next 10 years.

  • byRachel Clun andAngus Thomson
Teen fights for life after alleged drunk learner driver crashes into tree

Teen fights for life after alleged drunk learner driver crashes into tree

The 17-year-old passenger was airlifted to hospital in Sydney after a red Subaru crashed on a residential street in Orange on Friday morning.

  • byAngus Thomson
The best TV shows of 2022 you probably haven’t watched

The best TV shows of 2022 you probably haven’t watched

We all binged the big hits like The White Lotus,The Bear and Severance. But here are a few more great shows you might have missed completely.

  • byMeg Watson,Angus Thomson,Kerrie O'Brien,Kate Lahey,Karl Quinn,Helen Pitt,Osman Faruqi andElizabeth Flux