Kate Hagan More than 50 per cent of parents are worried about the safety of childhood vaccines, Australia's first national survey of attitudes to vaccination has revealed, prompting concerns of childhood...
Clay Lucas Heather Thomas spends her weekdays at university and her weekends waiting on tables.
Jane Lee Three new judges will be appointed to the Federal Court this year to ease its workload.
Lisa Davies A Sydney woman is being interviewed by British police who are investigating sexual abuse claims made against Australian entertainer Rolf Harris.
Sydney Cup punters pose for Sun Herald photographer Mick Tsikas, during the days racing carnival. Selected Images available from www.fairfaxsyndication.com . Follow us at http://twitter.com/photosSMH
Thousands turned out to cheer the war veterans and young serving men and women through the streets of Sydney for the ANZAC Day March, whilst other Sydney siders took to the pubs and RSL's for a game...
Rachel Wells There are fears a gastroenteritis outbreak caused by contaminated oysters in Tasmania over the Easter weekend has spread interstate.
Huge swells from a solid easterly groundswell hit Sydney's shores. Selected Images available from www.fairfaxsyndication.com . Follow us at http://twitter.com/photosSMH
SMH photographer Kate Geraghty captures daily life images of candidates Michelle Rowland and Jason Clare as they visit residents of Western Sydney ahead of the federal election.
Catch the thrill of the game with these exciting images from The Age photographer Sebastian Costanzo.
The Sydney radio presenters behind the prank call that has been linked to a British nurse's death are said to be "fragile" and undergoing intensive psychological counselling.
Phillip Coorey NSW has become federal Labor's worst black spot, and the government would lose more than 10 seats - predominantly in western Sydney and some held by ministers - if an election was held soon.
A new strain of the winter vomiting disease norovirus has spread to France, New Zealand and Japan from Australia and is overtaking all others to become the dominant strain in Britain, health...
Nicky Phillips At 17 Robert Brand spent his summer holidays in Sydney wiring video and audio connections for NASA to relay Apollo 11's images from the moon to the world.
In the 1920's Sydney boasted one of the world's largest tram fleets. By 1961 they were gone. These images from the Fairfax Archives take us on a journey from 1901 through to the end of the tram era.
The Christmas cheer is enduring even if the wattage has been slightly dimmed as a result of high power prices.
Canberra Australian cities are some of the most expensive in the world to live in, with a new report ranking Sydney third behind Japan's Tokyo and Osaka.
A VOMITING bug sweeping through Britain, Europe and the United States could infect about half a million Australians this winter, warn scientists who identified the new strain.
James Robertson Sydney drivers have been pouring petrol money into the coffers of the supermarket giants, with new figures showing that revenues of Woolworths and Coles have skyrocketed since they entered the fuel...
Demonstrators sweep through Sydney CBD to protest against a US film about the prophet Muhammad. Follow us at http://twitter.com/photosSMH