THE Rudd government has conceded the homeless crisis has worsened since the Prime Minister declared war on a problem he described as being a "national obscenity"
POLICE acted properly in a chase after two alleged armed robbers that left a toddler dead in a Sydney highway crash, Assistant Commissioner Dave Owens says
A SPECTACULAR fireworks show soaring from the tops of Melbourne skyscrapers made it all worthwhile for those who braved soaking rain, lightning and thunder to usher in 2010
WITH an explosion of colour, Sydney led the world into the new decade with the promise of blue skies ahead
Showers are tipped for Sydney on New Year's Eve and more rain will develop over inland NSW as a second low pressure trough promises a wet and stormy start to 2010
DEADBEAT parents owe their children more than $1 billion, despite a crackdown on mums and dads who don't pay child support
AUSSIE-first fireworks technology will leave Sydney's New Year's Eve revellers amazed by brilliant colours and perfect timing - if the weather holds out
THE Government will improve its tracking of street-level drug trends and better catalogue the number of drug-related deaths under a $4 million grant
THE explosion could be heard kilometres away and the heart break will continue today. Two young sisters, aged 11 and 13, and a truck driver died when his fuel tanker exploded into flames
FLOOD warnings have been issued for several rivers in northwestern NSW and on the state's north coast as a low pressure weather system continues to bring heavy rain.
POLICE want members of the public to ring Triple-O immediately if they see a man in a hooded jumper on the state's north coast
THE theft of dangerous detonators on the NSW south coast has sparked a public-safety alert from police
A LONE red-light camera has collected more than $1 million in fines for the NSW Government, snaring a record 50 drivers every week