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One-Day Ticket for One ($19), Two ($25) or Four People ($45) to the Sweet Expo, 26-27 Aug (Up to $96 Value)
Lovers of all things sweet can enjoy this expo which is filled with desserts, hourly demonstrations and the latest kitchen gadgets...
(was $24)
Whale Watching Cruise + Refreshments for 1 ($35) or 2 People ($67) with Go Whale Watching, CBD (Up to $160 Value)
Spot migrating whales and other sea life as well as sights of Sydney Harbour from the boat with an experienced crew; includes refreshments...
(was $80)
Two-Hour Trampoline Session for 1 ($19), 2 ($36), 4 ($64) or 6 People ($90) at Flip Out, 6 Locations (Up to $162 Value)
Visitors can choose from 6 locations to perfect their jumps, improve coordination and practise new tricks and flips at this trampoline park...
(was $27)
$44 for a Sydney Harbour Cruise and Buffet with Sydney Pearl Cruises (Up to $110 Value)
When not tearing up the dance floor, tuck into the gourmet buffet and sip on a sparkling cocktail before purchasing more drinks from the bar...
(was $44)
$44 for a Live ABBA Tribute, Strictly 80s or Tom Jones Experience Cruise + Buffet & Drinks with Sydney Pearl Cruises
Be a Dancing Queen on an ABBA tribute cruise, sing along to Delilah, or show off an air guitar with a night playing 80s tunes...
(was $44)


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The often-overlooked condition debilitating war veterans

Each day Brad Fewson experiences an "episode" that on a bad day can render him unresponsive but he didn't get treatment until US officials recognised he had what is proving to be a condition common among war veterans.

Miner engulfed by fire in workplace accident at BHP mine

Hunter Valley mine safety officials begin an investigation into an accident in which a miner was engulfed by fire and badly burnt.

GrainCorp closes NSW's Ariah Park, Boorowa and Matong silos

GrainCorp has announced it will not open grain receival sites at Ariah Park, Matong and Boorowa this harvest.

NSW 'on track' to virtually eliminate HIV transmission by 2020

Diagnosis of HIV among gay and bisexual men in NSW drops to its lowest level since the infection emerged — and it may be virtually eliminated by 2020.

Regional NSW councils add views to Australia Day debate

Local councils across New South Wales have mixed feelings as to whether the date Australia Day is celebrated should be changed.

Parramatta Light Rail consultation nears end as Government confirms homes to be lost

The final cost might still be unknown but Western Sydney residents have just eight more weeks to have their say on the details of stage one of Parramatta Light Rail.



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