April 2015

Published a story 1st Apr 2015 4:47 PM

THE New South Wales Government has undergone a cabinet reshuffle that will see TAFE taken out of the education portfolio.

New NSW cabinet announced: who made the cut and who got axed

THE New South Wales Government has undergone a cabinet reshuffle that will see TAFE taken out of the education portfolio.

Published a story 1st Apr 2015 2:24 PM

THE man who could hold the balance of power in the New South Wales upper house wants the legal drinking age raised to 21.

Pubs could be off limits to under 21s

THE man who could hold the balance of power in the New South Wales upper house wants the legal drinking age raised to 21.

Published a story 1st Apr 2015 12:39 PM

PREMIER Mike Baird has met with Christian Democrats leader Fred Nile to discuss “working together” to pass the energy privatisation plans

Baird and Fred Nile "working together" on privatisation

PREMIER Mike Baird has met with Christian Democrats leader Fred Nile to discuss “working together” to pass the energy privatisation plans

Published a story 1st Apr 2015 10:39 AM

A SATIRICAL website claiming The Greens tried to outlaw NSW election-day sausage sizzles has apparently been forced to shut down… on April Fool’s Day

Satirical site says it was just joking, threatens shutdown

A SATIRICAL website claiming The Greens tried to outlaw NSW election-day sausage sizzles has apparently been forced to shut down… on April Fool’s Day

March 2015

Published a story 30th Mar 2015 6:12 PM

ANTI-CSG activists Lock the Gate Alliance have claimed some of the credit for The Greens’ likely election triumphs on the North Coast.

Lock the Gate claims hand in Green swing

ANTI-CSG activists Lock the Gate Alliance have claimed some of the credit for The Greens’ likely election triumphs on the North Coast.

Published a story 30th Mar 2015 11:24 AM

THE NSW Greens may have performed so well they have to rethink their level-pegging structure and elect a leader.

Resurgent NSW Greens may need a leader

THE NSW Greens may have performed so well they have to rethink their level-pegging structure and elect a leader.

Published a story 30th Mar 2015 11:21 AM

PREMIER Mike Baird has been handed another four years in office with a convincing election win, despite strong swings against the Coalition.

Premier Mike Baird romps back in, despite swings

PREMIER Mike Baird has been handed another four years in office with a convincing election win, despite strong swings against the Coalition.

Published a story 30th Mar 2015 11:19 AM

A STRONG showing in the Upper House will be vital if Premier Mike Baird is to come good on his promise to privatise the state’s electricity grid.

Upper House vital if Baird is to privatise power grid

A STRONG showing in the Upper House will be vital if Premier Mike Baird is to come good on his promise to privatise the state’s electricity grid.

Published a story 28th Mar 2015 6:30 PM

EARLY polling booth counts are looking good for The Greens on the North Coast, the party’s longest-serving MP said.

Early North Coast booth counts look positive for the Greens

EARLY polling booth counts are looking good for The Greens on the North Coast, the party’s longest-serving MP said.

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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.