After 873 days in office and a week of flip-flop thought bubbles, Upper Hunter Nationals MP decides to support our policy for a new coal-fired power station.
Residents of Trundle and Peak Hill could be left in the dark for hours if their Essential Energy depots are closed.
Local Government Minister Gabrielle Upton has one rule on Council amalgamations for the city elites, and another rule for everybody else.
Did you know that the New South Wales Government's $4.5 billion budget surplus is built on a tax on nurses and paramedics?
Recreational hunting is under attack by the New South Wales Government, under the watch of the National Party and the Liberal Party. Here's our submission to fight for your rights.
The National Party aren't listening to community anger at forced Council amalgamations, they're just hiding behind the Liberal Party.
The Government has done everything they can to avoid anybody voting on forced Council amalgamations - but thanks to Philip Donato, that could change.
The only reason the New South Wales Government is backing down on Council amalgamations is because a bill from Philip Donato is due for debate next Thursday.
The national Party are increasing regulation on farmers allowing hunters access to their land, and this places $120 million and 860 jobs at risk every year.