Julie Power 12:15 AM Young Sydney-based architect and builder Natalie Haydon has a special stake in the $180-million Frank Gehry-designed UTS business school, which opens on Monday.
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James Massola, James Robertson and Adrian Nesbitt 7:20 PM Liberal Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s missteps have begun eroding the party’s standing in NSW, eight weeks before Premier Mike Baird faces the electorate and after a dramatic rout in Queensland.
Peter Hannam 6:02 PM The Baird government has moved to burnish its climate change credentials, becoming Australia’s first conservative government to sign up to The Climate Group.
Hannah Paine and Matt Burgess 6:17 PM King St was brought to a standstill on Sunday afternoon as 1500 locals made their way from Newtown station to Sydney Park in protest at the proposed WestConnex interchange at St Peters.
James Robertson 3:58 PM People will be able to visit a pharmacy for a flu vaccine under opposition leader Luke Foley's plan to take the pressure off general practitioners and emergency departments.
Eamonn Duff Strike Force Jooriland was launched to monitor a veteran reporter and hunt down the police whistleblower leaking critical information to him.
Lucy Cormack, Megan Levy On Friday morning Amy Rickhuss lay on a surgery operating table, with black markings on her chest outlining the breast augmentation she was soon to have.
Emma Partridge A family gang who trick the elderly and dementia sufferers into signing over multimillion-dollar estates could still be operating despite the death of the group's mastermind, police say.
Eamonn Duff A private investigator who gets paid by councils to have undercover sex inside illegal brothels has been fired after witholding information about a prostitute whom he met on a job.
Christopher Harris NSW Roads Minister Duncan Gay has ordered black number plates with red and blue lettering for review, because they have been flagged by NRMA and talkback radio as unreadable.
Nicole Hasham and James Robertson Stunning evidence to a parliamentary inquiry involving a police bugging scandal have exposed “alarming divisions” in the NSW Police force, NSW Labor says.
Declan Gooch It could be a property listing from any real estate agent, but this advertiser isn't asking for any money.
Louise Hall, Paul Bibby British police with experience in siege management will work with Queensland officers to review the way NSW Police handled the Lindt cafe siege.
Paul Bibby Providing just redress to victims of child sexual abuse could cost more than the $4.3 billion estimated by the Royal Commission, advocates say.
Justine van Mourik is the custodian of an unusual and eclectic 6000-piece art collection with an historical bent.
Sculpture by the Sea winner Stephen King's latest piece will show at Denmark's version of the exhibition.
Imagine an election fought on environment policy, not the law and order auction?
The controversy over whether Lyme disease exists in Australia is set to be inflamed by very recent research that has found no evidence of the specific bacteria responsible on ticks from around Sydney.
When political allies fall out the outcome is rarely good for the party itself. Those of us on the outside, however, can be afforded a glimpse into how political parties sometimes work.
When the push to hold a parliamentary inquiry into the Emblems bugging scandal first emerged last year, Premier Mike Baird was vehemently opposed.
For 15 years there has been a festering sore at the heart of the NSW Police Force.
The cost of building the new light rail from George Street to Kingsford is expected to blow out to $2.1 billion by the time it is complete in 2019. Eryk Bagshaw reports.
Compromising photos can be a liability in politics. But who would have expected a football lover, experienced female doctor and "an isolated shot of a senior asian man playing guitar" could be the embarrassment of the No Land Tax Campaign?
A Year 7 cohort of about 200 braved Sydney's wild weather on Wednesday morning as they filed through the gates at their brand new school.
Well, at least it didn't bother the contestants in the Great Sydney Swim.
RAW VISION: A young woman has been rushed to Westmead hospital after falling ill at a cosmetic surgery centre in Parramatta
A new high school, primary, and special needs campus worth $70 million has opened at The Ponds in Sydney's north-west.