Six months prison and fines up to $11,000 will await those who deliberately spit or cough on government employees during the coronavirus.
With many Australians out of work, and parliament shut down until August, why are our politicians still on full pay?
Parkes man Stephen Swindle has been found guilty of selling drought-stricken farmers hay that never existed, before spending the money on lingerie and theme park tickets.
Despite an inquiry believing that pill testing be implemented and drug dogs banned, Gladys Berejiklian has doubled down on her rhetoric.
In full view of the staff inside, a 22-year-old woman was strip-searched in front of a shop in broad daylight, an act indicative of the problem and the mindset of the NSW police.