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New South Wales is celebrating, winning the opening State of Origin game in enemy territory overnight.

Queensland crossed for a try in the first five minutes at Suncorp Stadium then New South Wales gained control finishing with the final score 12-8.

The Blues are now just one win away from ending eight years of Queensland dominance.





Sydney university student Jamie Gao was in trouble with the law, facing court a week before his alleged murder.

According to Fairfax, the 20 year old appeared in the Downing Centre Local Court charged with kidnapping a man with two others at Carlton in Sydney’s south in January.

Former detectives Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara have been charged with Gao’s murder.

Sydney could be facing a housing crisis, with the population expected to boom by 1.6 million in the next twenty years.

An extra 600,000 homes will be needed in that time according to State Government figures.

The number of people aged over 65 is expected to triple, and planners are worried we could face trouble if older households don’t downsize.

Despite funding cuts to the ABC in the Federal Budget, politicians and parents are banding together to save Peppa Pig.

ABC boss Mark Scott said yesterday the much loved children’s cartoon character may not be safe from programming changes.

However, there is plenty of support for Peppa, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants to save her bacon.




Singer George Michael has reportedly been rushed to hospital after collapsing.

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