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One of the state’s biggest councils hasn’t carried out fire safety audits

ONE of the state’s biggest councils repeatedly snubbed Fire and Rescue NSW demands to ...

Thousands of Hunter home owners have registered for asbestos inspections as part of the State Government's Loose Fill Asbestos task force.

Almost 7000 Hunter residents have registered for inspections of their roof insulation over the past two months following the discovery of deadly...

Pollies off and running

WHILE the political race raged on in Canberra, federal minister and Brad- field MP Paul Fletcher was running for a different sort of prize at home...

Daffodil Day in Hornsby

Every year the Rotary Club of Hornsby get up bright and early to sell beautiful daffodils to the commuters at Hornsby Station for Daffodil Day.

'Not good enough': Electronic gadget sellers top complaints register

The quality of some products sold by the country's top electronic retailers, including Kogan, Samsung and Harvey Norman, is "not good enough",...

Tenants and unit owners stung in ‘cruel’ deal between developers and energy retailers

A “CRUEL” deal between property developers and utilities companies threatens to add hundreds of dollars more to new tenants and unit owner’s bills...

Luke Foley on notice to fix his numbers

Article by Andrew Clennell appeared in...

Warnings for dangerous cladding

Commonwealth State and Territory Building Ministers have supported new warnings signs against dangerous cladding after a ban was called on by NSW...

Getting to 25 million population gives cause for concern and reason to slow down

1 The single most important issue confronting us as a nation, longterm, is the population explosion.

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley about the Plumbing Detectives.


Space for play and learning for Mount Kuring-gai

Students at Mount Kuring-gai Public School will have a new protected space thanks to a grant from Member for Hornsby Matt Kean MP.

New powers for Fair Trading

Instead of going through a months-long tribunal process, consumers who cannot resolve complaints about items worth less than $3000 will soon be...