Latest NSW news
Damien Murphy 6:07 PM Australia has but two mythical heroes; Victoria Cross winners and opening batsmen.
Peter Hannam 4:44 PM Time to start planning that picnic or an early-season dip into the ocean as spring draws to a near-perfect close.
Michael Koziol 5:19 PM Gay students, teachers and hospital staff should be granted the same legal protections as aged care recipients, the age discrimination commissioner says.
Alexandra Smith 2:39 PM More than 500 public schools in NSW have applied for funding for a chaplain for next year, but many are likely to miss out.
Megan Levy 8:47 AM She lived in same house for 30 years and loved lawn bowls. Police are stumped as to why Helen Dawson Key was killed.
Emma Partridge, Ben Smyth 6:49 PM The NSW Attorney-General has called for an urgent review after the former head of Bega Cheese was granted bail after admitting he sexually abused six underage boys.
Emma Partridge A Sydney mother has avoided going to jail after she hit and killed a six-year-old boy outside Carlingford Public School last December.
Sean Nicholls Large scale seizures of heroin, cocaine and amphetamines by police do not reduce the number of overdoses or arrests for possession and use of the drugs, a major Australian study has found.
Leesha McKenny Sydney has a new contender for the mantle of the city's tallest residential tower.
Scott Parker Paramedics took 15 minutes to reach Phillip Hughes at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday as he lay critically injured on the field, and it took two calls to triple-0 to get them there.
Michael Koziol The great Sydney tradition of searching for a place to park your car may soon come to an end, futurist Morris Miselowski will tell a Parking Australia business lunch on Thursday.
Anna Patty Counsel assisting the royal commission into trade unions has agreed that Julia Gillard's conduct as a lawyer may not have prevented her former boyfriend's misuse of a slush fund linked to the AWU.
"Mum, you have to yell out when I am on 63 so I can retire."
Premier Mike Baird is going to the March election with an enormous, albeit hypothetical, treasure chest.
Mike Baird's pitch on Tuesday can be summed up as: "Vote for me and my electricity privatisation plan or the infrastructure gets it".
The popular College Street bike lane is expected to be replaced by an inferior - and possibly more dangerous - alternative.
Last week's Bays Precinct summit seemed to echo the G20 in delivering stern international wisdom to the home team. Sadly, there's some doubt whether the home team was, well, home.
Online comments can spread within minutes says plaintiff Nick Polias who was awarded $340,000 after suing his former poker playing friends for defamatory comments made on Facebook.
Tributes from prime ministers past and present, team mates, cricket legends and more poured in for Test cricketer Phillip Hughes who passed away on Thursday from head injury.