Australians will save hundreds of dollars a year on more affordable medicines from October 1. A person with diabetes, osteoporosis, high blood pressure and gastric reflux would, for example, save $35 a month and $410 a year, for example.
Emma Partridge A young woman who was raped by a man who advertised a room for rent says she had never felt more powerful and strong after staring her attacker in the face as he was sentenced to six and half years' jail on Friday
Esther Han, Consumer Affairs Editor An injury reporting system designed to keep the public safe is now a target of retailers and toy manufacturers.
Matt O'Sullivan A proposal to shed guards on new intercity trains highlights an increasing automation of the state's rail network.
Han Nguyen Dog owners are urging Georges River Council to stop work on a $1.5 million shared cycle and pedestrian path at Lower Gannons Park in Peakhurst.
Ava Benny-Morrison Three workers have been taken to hospital after a crane collapsed and they were left suspended 60 metres off the ground in North Sydney.
Rachel Browne The $22 billion National Disability Insurance Scheme means improved financial freedom for participants and their families.
Harriet Alexander Natalie Hazlewood has come a long way since she turned to her mother in the car and acknowledged she would have to stop competitive swimming.
Sean Nicholls More than two-thirds of searches done last year in NSW did not find drugs
Matt Wade Mike Baird's $77 billion state budget is more than double what his predecessors had to spend just 15 years ago.
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