There are calls for Chris Minns to explain why a council won’t be included in the scheme to drive high-density housing across Sydney.
- by Max Maddison
In the government’s first few weeks, newly minted ministers met with newspapers, TV, Ray Hadley and billionaire nonagenarians.
- by Angus Dalton and Simone Fox Koob
A commitment to modern rail networks is critical to building safer, low-carbon cities.
- by Caroline Wilkie
NSW Premier Chris Minns has sacked Skills, TAFE and Tertiary Education Minister Tim Crakanthorp for failing to disclose “substantial private family holdings in the Hunter region”.
- by Max Maddison, Michael McGowan and Carrie Fellner
Just four months in and Labor has suffered its first ministerial sacking over the smelly combination of property interests and improper disclosure.
- by Michael Koziol
The Northern Beaches Hospital has eight weeks to explain why children in crisis have nowhere to go more than a year after it was given $7.5 million.
- by Laura Banks
The NSW premier’s plans to let developers build higher and denser, in return for affordable and social housing, have been branded “impractical and unfeasible”.
- by Max Maddison and Michael McGowan
Transport Minister Jo Haylen met with a former Labor staffer whom she later hired as the state’s top transport official just days after the ALP won the election, raising questions about the hiring process for the job.
- by Michael McGowan
Taxpayers don’t want to be left carrying the can if builders and developers aren’t regulated properly.
- The Herald's View
Our communities are vulnerable and our streets are unsafe because the war on drugs policy empowers drug gangs rather than stopping them.
- by Cate Faehrmann
Internal NSW Liberal Party documents warn that lacklustre fundraising and “dysfunction” within the party could hamper its chances at the next federal election.
- by Max Maddison