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James Robertson Approvals for new homes to be built in Sydney have reached an all-time high, and the skyline is increasingly dotted with cranes.
Josh Dye Cyclists came out in force on Sunday to protest against the state government's decision to remove a bike path from the city's central business district.
Corporate donors don't fear transparency because by-and-large they don't expect anything concrete in return for donations.
Electric cars have much going for them, but restricted model choice and incoherent government policies are limiting their take-up by Australians, a study has found.
When Sam and Rachel Callander lost their baby girl to a rare condition, it proved to be the beginning of a wonderful project.
Sydney's out-of-control housing market has claimed another victim, with the destruction of a property once owned by one of the city's best loved artistic figures.
As Sydney parents debate holding children back longer from school, the nation's leaders are considering an earlier start to school.
Bionic ear inventor says trials could help paraplegics, epileptics and also dramatically improve the bionic eye implant unveiled last week.
The NSW homicide squad arrest a man in relation to seven incidents targeting judges of the Family Court of Australia during the 1980s, including four murders and numerous attempted murders. Courtesy ABC News 24.
RAW VISION: Police arrest Leonard John Warwick in relation to a series of attacks in Sydney that targeted judges of the Family Court of Australia in the 1980s. Vision: NSW Police.
Organisers are claiming a worldÂ record for the most people dressed as Spider-Man gathered in one place with this throng of 440 men, women and children in Sydney's City Recital Hall.