The state government's sniffer drug dog program concentrates disproportionately in areas with indigenous populations, a new analysis has found.
James Robertson is a Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.
More than one-third of NSW schools are full and 180 are operating over capacity, a NSW parliamentary inquiry has heard.
It was meant to streamline the education department's administration software but the Learning Management and Business Reform project has been dogged by technical faults and delays for years.
Michelle Fernando is not the only gun control advocate who want the Port Arthur anniversary to remind us why John Howard changes the rules.
Some superbug patients could share ambulances with other patients or be transported by taxi, according to a policy directive.
Seven years after he delivered an apology to the stolen generation, Kevin Rudd has lamented Australia’s “meagre” progress on indigenous welfare.
A friend of a Bali nine heroin trafficker Myuran Sukumaran broke down in tears while conveying an emotional plea for mercy on his behalf on the ABC's Q&A program on Monday.
An emergency medicine expert has condemned a Sydney Hospital for leaving a patient in its emergency department for longer than five days this week.
Patients in western Sydney hospitals are waiting more than two days in emergency departments on a daily basis, according to a health department source.
As cars come packaged with more electronic devices, distracted drivers are contributing to more crashes across the state.