Harriet Alexander and Jane Lee
One area of Sydney has the nation's highest rate for the procedure, a study has found.
Leesha McKenny and Jacob Saulwick
The latest increase to development at Barangaroo "could be squeezing the lemon too hard," according to Paul Keating.
A potentially embarrassing situation of a long-serving senior female Labor MP being rolled for preselection by a male newcomer has been avoided.
They are rolling off the shelf but won't be ready to roll without the state government forking out an extra $1.1 billion.
An Auburn councillor has been sensationally expelled from the Labor Party after his failure to vote for his ALP colleague saw embattled deputy mayor Salim Mehajer re-elected.
When Gough Whitlam was dismissed, Sydney houses cost four times the annual income. It's now 12 times.
A company linked to Eddie Obeid has lodged a formal objection to plans by Korean power company KEPCO to develop a coal mine directly to the east of the family's cattle property in the Bylong Valley.
The NSW government is making no apologies new road penalties, saying "people are losing their lives and they're killing others".
About $8 billion will be poured into NSW infrastructure projects from the privatisation of high voltage electricity company Transgrid for $10.26 billion by the state government.
Female managers are paid 29 per cent less than their male counterparts - a gap worse than lower paid women. And bosses are failing to practise the family friendly work patterns they preach.
Australia is caught in an irrational, un-winnable war against drugs that is actually just a "war against its own children", according to health and legal experts.
GPS buoys will allow sharks to be hooked, tagged and released. But experts have raised concerns.
The new home of the Wallabies is planned to be built at Moore Park in the next 18 months.
The government will outsource the maintenance of more than 200 Sydney schools as it seeks to sell off part of the state's public works program.
A proposed refugee hub at Lilyfield's Callan Park was blocked on Tuesday night during a chaotic Leichhardt council meeting stormed by right-wing anti-Islamic extremists.
When a charity applied to build much needed low cost housing in Sydney's west, it was not prepared for a $500,000 bill from the local council.
From digicams to hovering drones, public schools are trying to out-film each other.
Stop talking, pause the movie, close the windows: a train is coming. The cost of living alongside a line notorious for "wheel squeal".
Almost 20 buildings in Sydney's CBD – some as high as 22 storeys – will have to be torn down for construction of train stations for the $10 billion-plus metro line.
They are the "forgotten" commuters of Sydney - set to have their direct train service to the CBD taken away from them.
Paul Keating has railed against the proposed expansion of the Art Gallery of NSW, calling the project a "land grab" entertainment complex "masquerading as art".