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Sydney psychiatrist Robert Hampshire at bedside of critically injured son

Rick Feneley Sydney psychiatrist Robert Hampshire was at the hospital bedside of his critically injured son on Friday after the teenager fell about 10 metres from a hotel balcony in Queenstown, New Zealand.

Sydney lawyer who got Lockerbie victims $10m says MH17 families could get the same

Malaysian investigators along with members of the OSCE mission in Ukraine, examine a piece of the crashed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in the village of Petropavlivka, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine, Wednesday, July 23, 2014. Independent military analysts said Wednesday that the size, spread, shape and number of shrapnel impacts visible in an AP photograph of a piece of the wreckage all point to a missile system like the SA-11 Buk. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)

Tim Barlass The aviation lawyer who helped negotiate $10 million in compensation from Libya for families of the Lockerbie disaster believes the same could be achieved by relatives of those killed on MH17.

Art dealer Peter Gant tells court of gun threat over fake painting

'It looked like a Drysdale and smelled like a Drysdale': Art dealer Peter Gant.

Anne Davies Bankrupt Melbourne art dealer Peter Gant said an irate client, Robert Ojeda, had arrived at his business premises "with his henchmen and a big gun" to demand the return of $250,000 which he had paid...

Wicked Campers removes offensive slogans after Sydney mother's petition

Wicked Campers

Lucy Cormack A Sydney mother has won in the fight against a campervan company's "misogynistic slogans", as a petition she started gained more than 110,000 signatures.

Fireball over Sydney was a piece of space junk

Space junk

Esther Han Statistically, one person will be hit by a piece of space junk and killed in the next 50 years, scientists say. But there is no need to worry, because even that statistic is alarmist.

Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz packs out Sydney Town Hall

Michael Koziol A capacity crowd of two thousand packed Sydney Town Hall Tuesday night to hear Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz warn Australia away from emulating the US economic model.

My secret Sydney: Del Kathryn Barton

Nicole Elphick The artist says her home town is the perfect fit for her.

Tara Moss assaulted in Sydney CBD

Tara Moss says a drug-affected man hit her near Hyde Park in Sydney.

Emma Partridge Model and author Tara Moss is suffering from shock after she was randomly attacked by a man in the middle of Sydney’s CBD on Wednesday.

Son of China's former vice-president Zeng Qinghong remakes Sydney mansion

A Chinese buyer bought 10 Bay Street, Mosman, in 2012.

A. Odysseus Patrick Chinese forays into Sydney property are attracting international attention. Here's how the Washington Post reported it.

City 2 Surf - Sydney's iconic fun run

ken moore winner of the FIRST 1971 city to surf
used in SUN HERALD CITY 2 SURF 35th ANNIVERSARY TRAINING GUIDE SUPPLEMENT

Images of the colour, agony, triumph and the fun of the City 2 Surf through the years. Like these photos? Selected images are available at fairfaxsyndication.com. Follow us at http:twitter.

Murdered Sydney father John Gasovski had drinks with mates before vanishing

John Gasovski

Emma Partridge Friends of a murdered Sydney father said they shared a few beers with him at a local pub just hours before he left on a work trip he never returned from.

Sydney's night of sport nights

Sydney sports fans enjoyed a long night of festivities as the Soccerroos clashed against the Netherlands and NSW claimed victory in the State of Origin.

Mother stopped at Sydney Airport, charged with supporting terrorism

Airport security

Megan Levy A mother-of-four has been charged with supporting terrorism after she was arrested at Sydney Airport while trying to board a flight to Syria with her young children.

Debt levy not expected to dampen Sydney's auctions appetite

Mr O'Sullivan's home.

Larry Schlesinger Next week's Budget is being slated as one of the toughest in years. But it seems not even its threatened deficit levy, welfare cuts and asset testa for pensioners can dampen the appetite for Sydney...

Inner-city Sydney Aboriginal medical service in row over use of trainee GPs

Saffron Howden The country's largest Aboriginal medical service has been warned its Redfern practice is in danger of ''imploding'' and that its patients will suffer if it goes ahead with a radical shake-up of its...

Sydney's March in May protest

Protestors begin to assemble  for an anti government march.

People rally at the March in May in Sydney to protest against the government's budget last week. Follow us at twitter.com/photosSMH

ASIO chief David Irvine forced to testify in Sydney court

David Irvine.

Louise Hall, Daniel Flitton An Afghan man has successfully forced ASIO chief David Irvine to testify in a Sydney court in a bid to overturn a secret security assessment linking him to people smuggling.

Sydney's Vivid winter festival finds its feet

Annabel Ross It’s taken a while for the Sydney winter music, light and ideas festival to find its footing, but six years in, Vivid feels like an event firmly in its groove.

Castaways head to Sydney

Megan Washington in the film The Boy Castaways.

John The HIVE production fund is a rare collaboration in which filmmakers are hooked up with artists from other disciplines to produce a ''true convergence of arts and film practice''.

Sydney Rock Pools

Ignacio Palacios photographed every ocean pool from Palm Beach in the north to Little Bay in the south for his book, 'Sydney Rock Pools', launching June 10, Berkelouw Books ph: 9360 3200.