NSW

NewZ about the Cockroaches otherwise known as New South Welshmen

November, 2021

  • 30 November

    A buoyant Victory and a busted Sydney – just what the A-League Men’s needed

    A buoyant Victory and a busted Sydney - just what the A-League Men’s needed

    Go on, admit it. You loved everything about the Melbourne Victory’s win over Brisbane Roar on Sunday afternoon at AAMI Park, didn’t you? Of course you did. It had everything the home fans and the league owners wanted;

  • 30 November

    Post-lockdown blitz finds millions laundered through poker machines

    Post-lockdown blitz finds millions laundered through poker machines

    As regulators admit they cannot see details of poker machine gambling at Star casino, the NSW government has been urged to institute an independent inquiry into pubs and clubs.

  • 30 November

    Checkout fight hits court

    Checkout fight hits court

    In the NSW Supreme Court defamation and contract dispute case, Morrow claims that Murray – after selling his Checkout interest to Morrow for $50 – then torpedoed the show’s revival in letters and conversations with ABC management,

  • 30 November

    Others benefit from Australia-China rift

    Others benefit from Australia-China rift

    "Australia's strategic friends have offered useful rhetorical support for Australia's predicament," a new report by the Australia-China Relations Institute of the University of Technology Sydney says.

  • 30 November

    Forensic searches to be conducted as inquiries continue into 1994 disappearance of Revelle Balmain

    Forensic searches to be conducted as inquiries continue into 1994 disappearance of Revelle Balmain. . NSW Police will execute three forensic s

  • 30 November

    Road safety for kids: Mum’s sad warning after losing 4yo son

    A 40-plus degree day, cicadas blaring and the first day of a beachside family holiday at Macmasters Beach on NSW’s Central Coast. Michelle McLaughlin remembers the day her son died in a car accident with brutal clarity.

  • 30 November

    The away day football experience: Following the Jets to Western Sydney

    The away day football experience: Following the Jets to Western Sydney

    An away day with your football team will always produce a few eventful moments, both on and off the field of play. A combination of COVID restrictions and work commitments hadn’t allowed me to pay a visit to the new Parramatta Stadium,

  • 30 November

    Matildas focus on strong start in US clash

    Matildas focus on strong start in US clash

    Coach Tony Gustavsson says the Matildas learned a harsh lesson about being switched on from the opening whistle in their first friendly against the United States and expects a stark contrast in their second clash in Newcastle.

  • 30 November

    NSW confirms Omicron variant in four cases

    NSW confirms Omicron variant in four cases

    NSW health authorities are watching for more potential cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant after confirming four infections so far. Genomic testing confirmed two international arrivals on a Saturday night flight from Doha were infected,

  • 30 November

    Inquiry warned of soldier stereotype risk

    Inquiry warned of soldier stereotype risk

    The Australian military ideal of a soldier as "a big, strong, boofy bloke" prepared to use lethal force is dangerously out of step with the needs of modern warfare.That's one of the messages presented to the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide by University of NSW associate professor of …