Drug rehabilitation charity shut down on weekends after councillor says "we've done our fair share of helping people".
Younger referees at junior league games will be equipped with small, shoulder-mounted video cameras to combat abuse from aggressive touchline parents, trainers and coaches in a trial to take place next season.
You've witnessed the abusive behaviour. Now get the T-shirt.
Rape victim Katrina Keshishian is pleased Victim Compensation Scheme reform inequities are finally being addressed but she's disappointed it has been such a difficult and long battle.
Is Sydney's new integrated public transport card already obsolete?
Patrons will be locked out of Newtown bars from 3am on weekends after publicans agreed to trial a suite of self-imposed restrictions designed to ward off late-night revellers and improve safety in the precinct.
A couple of important issues lie at the heart of the Bronwyn Bishop helicopter saga - and politicians' entitlements isn't the more critical one.
Love it or hate it, the verdict from certain quarters is in: Kings Cross is dead.
First the Sydney siege, then tax reform - and now Adam Goodes. Once again, NSW Premier Mike Baird has stood tallest in leading the community on important issues.
As Mark Salm and his daughter Tasha haul in trays of Sydney rock oysters from Tilligery Creek, they inspect their harvest with admiration.
A sexual abuse expert hired by the Jehovah's Witness Church told a royal commission the organisation failed to meet acceptable standards in its approach to child abuse allegations.
Former NSW deputy premier Andrew Stoner fears Alan Jones may try to defend a defamation lawsuit by resorting to "scandalous" and "irrelevant" material.
BHP Billiton got approval from the NSW government for what is believed to be the most aggressive coal mine ever attempted beneath the Special Areas at the core of Sydney's water catchment without an accompanying groundwater impact study.
It's a race between two tycoons across a one-kilometre stretch of Sydney Harbour for the title of owner of Sydney's grandest hotel.
Jacob Saulwick and Deborah Snow
NSW government suffers embarrassing defeat but says it will be ramping up its campaign against ride-sharing service.
Australia's early female convicts were once described as "the disgrace of their sex", but they're about to turn respectable.
Stephanie Gardiner, Louise Hall
Marcela Castaneda has been found not guilty of the manslaughter of her fiance Gregory Peck, after arguing she had acted in self defence when she fatally stabbed him.
A business park and family leisure destination - and the potential for knowledge jobs - is planned for an often overlooked part of the city.
A strong community response has halted plans to demolish the Alexandria Hotel.
A man has died in southern Sydney after an ambulance took more than half an hour to arrive after his family called triple zero, sparking calls for an independent investigation into the tragedy.
New DNA evidence and statements from new witnesses are among crucial pieces of evidence that led to the breakthrough arrest of the accused family court bomber.