Ben Harvey: Arrogant EPA has no place in climate wars

If the bureaucrats running the Environmental Protection Authority want to shape public policy then they are welcome to run for Parliament. As elected MPs they can fight like hell for policies to reduce the amount of carbon pollution generated by industry. But as non-elected members of a State Government authority, …

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Match Preview – Lincoln vs Yeovil

Last Updated: 07/03/19 5:27pm Lincoln winger Danny Rowe could return to action in the home game against Yeovil. Rowe has been sidelined due to a thigh strain but returned to full training this week and is back in contention. Boss Danny Cowley expects to have Michael O’Connor available after the …

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Stadiums dominate NSW election campaign

The NSW government’s controversial decision to demolish and rebuild Allianz Stadium continues to dominate the election campaign despite attempts to drown it out with big-ticket school and hospital announcements. Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Thursday announced $619 million to upgrade The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and $500 million over four years …

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Match Preview – Tranmere vs Crewe

Last Updated: 07/03/19 5:07pm Skipper Steve McNulty is nearing a return ahead of Tranmere’s home game against Crewe on Friday night. McNulty has not played since the end of January because of an Achilles problem, but the veteran defender may bolster a Rovers squad that moved into the play-off positions …

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Husar repays $2300 for travel expenses

Labor MP Emma Husar has repaid more than $2300 to taxpayers after an audit of her travel expenses. She referred herself to the Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority last year after claims were made about her interstate travel. An investigation found she owed $2334 to taxpayers, mostly for incorrect use of …

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