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12:43 AM A woman is dead and an 11-year-old boy is badly injured after they were hit by a car in Sydney's west.
Georgina Mitchell, Peter Hannam and Pallavi Singhal 1:07 AM Storms hit the Sydney region, bringing hail and damaging winds.
Antony Lawes and Camille Bianchi The minister in charge of Fair Trading called it 'disrespectful', but that didn't stop sellers from making millions.
Pallavi Singhal A grenade has been found buried in a backyard in Sydney's east, with specialist police on site.
Damien Murphy A record 30,000 crowd gathered in Sydney's darkened CBD for the Anzac Day dawn service as organisers remembered it as the largest gathering since the days after World War II.
Premier Mike Baird could face a backlash within his own party if he agrees to anti-corruption chief Megan Latham's request to give ICAC more teeth.
Of the two man purses Fernando Barraza owns, only one comes in lurid green leather with pony-hair polka dots. His other "murse" is more demure. Then there are his tote bags, messenger bags, laptop bags, gym bags, overnight bags, backpacks and a bright-coloured coin purse.
Probably the last thing politicians and disaster-hit communities want to think about is whether climate change will make tempests more frequent and more intense.
it’s fitting that the painting that has won the Gallipoli Art Prize looks like it’s being viewed through a pixelated screen.
If mosquitoes love the taste of your blood, you can probably thank your parents for that.
Aerial vision shows the devastating damage left behind by the April storms in the Hunter region, where flooding and property damage were still widespread on Wednesday. Vision courtesy of the Newcastle Herald.