Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has revealed the decision to ban greyhound racing in NSW was made before he was consulted
'IT IS rare for an opinion poll to make me want to spend a week in foetal position, but I cannot shake this urge to push my kneecaps into my eye sockets.'
A masseur accused of sexual assault and rape by some female clients has faced the District Court in Sydney.
THE Tweed Coast property market is the strongest it has been since the global financial crisis.
UNITS and houses are both pulling strong returns for Coffs Harbour region investors, as agents search high and low for properties to meet growing demand.
BUYERS are hungry to sink their teeth into the Clarence Valley housing market, and with demand outweighing supply it means properties are selling at top dollar.
EVERY home that hits the market in the Northern Rivers is almost guaranteed to receive interest from investors and sea-changers.
PREMIER Mike Baird denies meeting about selling the Wentworth Park greyhound track, but whether departmental staff have discussed a sell-off is less clear
OVERLOADED prisons and ballooning District Court backlogs have triggered a push to have break and enter cases heard in the Local Court.
COMMERCIAL fishers with non-English speaking backgrounds are reportedly struggling to comprehend far-reaching reforms being thrust upon the industry.
Chris studied journalism at the University of Queensland. Worked for the Western Star in Roma. He has worked at The Chronicle as a reporter since February 2011.