March 2015

Published a story 30th Mar 2015 10:24 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 10:21 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 10:19 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 5:30 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.

Published a story 28th Mar 2015 3:11 PM

AS THINGS heat up in the NSW election, the task of peeling oneself out of bed calls for some high-protein sustenance … in the form of a “democracy sausage”.

Election heats up as the democracy sausages split the booths

AS THINGS heat up in the NSW election, the task of peeling oneself out of bed calls for some high-protein sustenance … in the form of a “democracy sausage”.

Published a story 28th Mar 2015 1:01 PM

THE Premier’s father has spent the morning handing out how-to-vote cards and singing his son’s praises outside a polling booth in Manly.

Premier's father now glad his advice was ignored

THE Premier’s father has spent the morning handing out how-to-vote cards and singing his son’s praises outside a polling booth in Manly.

Published a story 28th Mar 2015 12:18 PM

ANY sign of election-day jitters were firmly supressed when New South Wales Premier Mike Baird cast a vote for himself in Manly this morning.

Baird quietly confident of win but predicts close election

ANY sign of election-day jitters were firmly supressed when New South Wales Premier Mike Baird cast a vote for himself in Manly this morning.

Published a story 25th Mar 2015 5:12 PM

UNDERDOG to watchdog – that is the career trajectory one Greens candidate on the North Coast hopes plays out at Saturday’s election.

Greens may unseat Nats in Northern Rivers seats

UNDERDOG to watchdog – that is the career trajectory one Greens candidate on the North Coast hopes plays out at Saturday’s election.

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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.