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Daryl Maguire admits accepting 'thousands in cash' as an MP, as Gladys Berejiklian survives no-confidence vote

SBS Wednesday, 14 October 2020
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has survived a no-confidence vote in Parliament, as her former partner Daryl Maguire made a slew of admissions to the ICAC in his first day of evidence.
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Gladys Berejiklian has confirmed NSW will ease a raft of coronavirus restrictions in time for the festive season

NSW has recorded no new local coronavirus cases for 18 consecutive days, with some restrictions set to ease from 1 December.
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Berejiklian's COVID isolation blunder

NSW Opposition Leader Jodi McKay says Gladys Berejiklian's explanation about not isolating after a COVID test is unacceptable.
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Gladys Berejiklian admits she failed to self-isolate while awaiting coronavirus test results

The NSW premier faced calls to outline the circumstances surrounding her COVID-19 test last week amid reports she failed to isolate.
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Gladys Berejiklian rejects claims she failed to isolate after coronavirus test

The NSW premier faced calls to outline the circumstances surrounding her COVID-19 test last week amid reports she failed to isolate.
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Fiery claims made that NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian didn't isolate after virus test

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian is under fire after allegations she kept working at Parliament and did not isolate while awaiting COVID-19 test..
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Return of heat, fire risk to NSW imminent

While the mercury has dipped across NSW after a record-breaking weekend heatwave, the state's inland regions are set for another scorching.
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Cool change arrives after Sydney and northern NSW endure record-smashing heatwave

A welcome cool weather change arrived in Sydney late on Sunday afternoon, but power outages due to strong winds are still being addressed.
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Cool change helps NSW sleep easier

A welcome cool weather change arrived in Sydney late on Sunday afternoon, but power outages due to strong winds are still being addressed.
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Cool change moves in after Sydney and northern NSW endure record-smashing heatwave

Sydney and large swathes of northern NSW have sweltered through a weekend heatwave which saw overnight minimum temperature records tumble.
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Homes in Western Sydney under threat as fires rage through suburbs

Families were evacuated and smoke was billowing from a home in Sydney's west this afternoon as emergency authorities issued an urgent watch and act warning for..
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When I take action they create ruckus in Parliament: Shah on Owaisi's illegal Rohingyas remark [Video]

When I take action they create ruckus in Parliament: Shah on Owaisi's illegal Rohingyas remark

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on November 29 reacted on Owaisi's remark 'If there're illegal Rohingyas here, what is Home Minister doing?'. He said, "When I take action then they create ruckus in Parliament. Tell them to give in writing that Bangladeshis and Rohingyas have to be evicted... who takes their side in Parliament?

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:29Published
PM Modi reaffirms stand on agri reforms as Punjab farmers intensify protests [Video]

PM Modi reaffirms stand on agri reforms as Punjab farmers intensify protests

Amid the raging protests by the farming community, mainly from Punjab, against the new agricultural reforms, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly radio show Mann Ki Baat on November 29 reaffirmed his stand on the contentious farm laws, stating that the new farm reforms have not only broken shackles of farmers but have given new rights and opportunities to them. "Parliament has recently passed farm reform laws after rigorous brainstorming. These reforms have not only broken shackles of farmers but have also given new rights and opportunities to them," said PM Modi. He further informed about a Maharashtra-based farmer Jitendra Bhoiji who, the PM said, benefitted from the new farm laws by getting good price from traders for the maize he produced. "You should know how Jitendra Bhoiji, a farmer in Dhule, Maharashtra used these new farms laws. He produced maize and decided to sell it to traders at the right price. The total amount agreed at was around Rs 3.32 lakh," said PM Modi during Mann ki Baat. Farmers, mainly from Punjab, have camped in and outside the national capital to intensify their protests against the new farm laws.

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PM attempts to head off rebellion by MPs over new tougher tiers [Video]

PM attempts to head off rebellion by MPs over new tougher tiers

Boris Johnson, who faces a Commons showdown with his own MPs over thestringent tier measures, urged the nation to “work together” with tiering,testing and vaccines. The Prime Minister is offering Parliament another chanceto vote on the restrictions early next year, saying the legislation will havea “sunset of February 3”.

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