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Population growth has helped make NSW and Victoria Australia's strongest economies

New South Wales remains the top performing economy in Australia, edging out Victoria and the ACT in Commsec's latest State of the States report. To begin, here's how Australia's eight states and territories ranked in the past quarter. More »     

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NSW Liberals back Abbott's push to empower grassroots members

Former prime minister Tony Abbott emerges victorious from a NSW Liberal Party convention after his motion to give party members a greater say in selecting candidates is overwhelmingly passed.

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Abbott welcomes Turnbull's reform support

Tony Abbott has warned the NSW Liberal state council it will be defying Malcolm Turnbull as well as himself if it doesn't tick off on party reforms.

Yahoo 7 /
Ex-Labor MP Belinda Neal expelled

Controversial former MP Belinda Neal has been expelled from the Labor party over branch stacking allegations.

Yahoo 7 /
NSW woman charged over man's stabbing

A 28-year-old NSW woman has been charged after allegedly stabbing a man in the chest in what has been described as a domestic violence-related ...

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NSW man killed in 2015 by remote bomb

Police believe an explosion that killed a man near his mother's house two years ago was detonated remotely by a person, or persons, unknown.

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Search to resume for missing NSW man

A 52-year-old man is still missing after he disappeared off rocks in high seas in Sydney's south east.

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PM, Abbott 'on the same side' in NSW Liberals reform push

Tony Abbott says there is a contest between "factionalists" and "democrats" at play in the NSW Liberal Party, but he and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull are in agreement on the need for change ahead of a debate on how ...

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RNSW buys property for retired horses

Racing NSW has bought a 2600 acre property to set up a facility to retrain and rehome retired racehorses.

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Warning after airbags linked to NSW death

Drivers are being told to check whether their cars contain a faulty airbag following the first death linked to the products in Australia.

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NSW tenants with interstate landlords must settle disputes in court

Renters whose landlords live interstate are forced to go to expensive courts to settle disputes, as the NSW Tenancy ...

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Grattan: Abbott shapes up in fight for control of Liberals' NSW division

If Tony Abbott fails to get what he wants at this weekend's NSW Liberal Party conference, it is likely to encourage ...

The Brisbane Times /
Racing NSW defer decision on Canberra's eligibility in Highway Handicap

Racing NSW have deferred a decision on Canberra's future in Highway Handicap for three months.

The West /
NSW Airbnb hosts may pay for unruly guests (AAP)

NSW apartment owners who let out their spare rooms on Airbnb could be forced to cough up extra money into strata funds under proposed regulations.

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This is where the NSW Government wants to put six polluting smokestacks

Secret architectural designs, seen by the ABC and Fairfax, reveal the precise location of six polluting smokestacks planned for construction by the New South Wales Government.

The Brisbane Times /
Harness Racing NSW rejects whip ban and moves to rewrite rules

Harness Racing NSW has decided to maintain the whip in racing, rejecting a national ban.

The West /
Straight tracks could help NSW greyhounds (AAP)

A report has made 11 recommendations to the greyhound racing industry that will reduce animal injuries and deaths in races.

The Brisbane Times /
NSW judge seeks answers on possible Afghanistan war crimes

Answers to allegations about events during Australian Defence Force service in Afghanistan are being sought as part of an official inquiry.

The Brisbane Times /
Sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers: new UN plan met with scorn

In 2003, the UN declared sexual abuse and exploitation reprehensible. But an investigation has tallied almost 2000 allegations against its peacekeepers and civilian staff since 2005.

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Replica Mars rovers being used in schools to foster STEM interest

Students at a high school in the NSW Hunter Valley are building and coding their own Mars rovers, and fostering an interest in STEM.

The Brisbane Times /
George Pell's alleged victims welcome charges

Two men who claim to be sexual abuse victims of Cardinal George Pell say they have finally been heard after years of being too fearful to report their allegations to police.

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