Category: Sydney

‘It’s our best shot’

The AJN has partnered with the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies on a new campaign to encourage as many people as possible in the Jewish community to get vaccinated during August.

‘It’s our best shot’

The AJN has partnered with the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies on a new campaign to encourage as many people as possible in the Jewish community to get vaccinated during August.

Alleged sex offender reveals why she went on the run

A woman who is alleged to have kidnapped a 14-year-old girl and sexually assaulted her went on the run after being charged because she “had a panic attack” after her name was published, a court has heard.

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New York imposes Covid pass as virus returns to China’s Wuhan

New York on Tuesday announced the introduction of a de facto vaccine pass for some public spaces, as China’s Wuhan said it would test all 11 million residents after the coronavirus returned to the place where it first emerged.

Chinese gran facing deportation over baby formula racket

The mastermind of a million-dollar baby formula export racket is fighting a deportation order after her visa to stay in Australia was cancelled.Chinese grandmother Lie Ke, 51, has been in Sydney for 17 years on a permanent resident visa but her “likely…

Desperate travellers’ $21k border mistake

Canadian officials have charged two American travellers and fined them more than $A21,000 each for providing fake Covid-19 vaccination documents.

Tuesday Noticeboard

The poncy, history-cheapening Sydney Morning Herald faux-bloke has fallen in love with the Messianic line “people my people”.

Chance to bid for 100 affordable homes in city’s north

Close to 100 new affordable homes will be built in Sydney’s northwest for key workers including nurses, childcare and retail employees as part of a multimillion-dollar plan by Landcom and Link Wentworth.

Thunderbirds push Vixens to all-time low

The Adelaide Thunderbirds have underlined their status as a team on the move, ensuring they will not finish with the Super Netball wooden spoon after a 59-50 win against defending premiers the Melbourne Vixens.

Collingwood prepares for AFL all-time first

For the first time in their 129-year history, the Collingwood Magpies will play a game in Tasmania this weekend.

Former home of late serial killer sells again

The Mosman home where the late serial killer John Wayne Glover resided has been sold again.

Mayor calls for Gold Coast to be excluded from lockdown

MAYOR Tom Tate has sensationally called on the state government to release the Gold Coast from its Covid lockdown, arguing the city was free of the deadly Delta strain.

Home prices jump $20k in lockdown

Sydney home prices have continued to grow even during lockdown.

Shock stat reveals Aussie rental crisis

The rental property affordability crisis is hurting the people we’re relying on the most, with an apartment costing at least one-third of an essential worker’s weekly income in 87 of Australia’s 104 geographic regions.