EARLY polling booth counts are looking good for The Greens on the North Coast, the party’s longest-serving MP said.
AS THINGS heat up in the NSW election, the task of peeling oneself out of bed calls for some high-protein sustenance … in the form of a “democracy sausage”.
THE Premier’s father has spent the morning handing out how-to-vote cards and singing his son’s praises outside a polling booth in Manly.
ANY sign of election-day jitters were firmly supressed when New South Wales Premier Mike Baird cast a vote for himself in Manly this morning.
PARTY leaders have hit the streets, phones and social media in a last-minute pitch to New South Wales voters.
UNDERDOG to watchdog – that is the career trajectory one Greens candidate on the North Coast hopes plays out at Saturday’s election.
LABOR leader Luke Foley claims the Chinese Communist Party has been more honest with its people than Premier Mike Baird has been with the people of NSW.
UNEMPLOYMENT has risen since the Coalition took office, but the Deputy Premier says the state will be home to 150,000 new jobs if the government is re-elected.
NSW Chief Magistrate Graeme Henson has seen the cycle of domestic violence repeated only too often. He says the courts alone cannot break it.
MINOR parties are threatening legal action after being omitted from the “above-the-line” section of the electronic ballot for the New South Wales election.
Chris studied journalism at the University of Queensland. Worked for the Western Star in Roma. He has worked at The Chronicle as a reporter since February 2011.