When police nabbed a Sydney drag queen for urinating in a public place, it sparked an eight-month 'harassment' case unlike any other.
He built up his waste empire from scratch only to have two of his properties forcibly resumed. Now the waste entrepreneur is pursuing the government for more than $400 million compensation
Twice as many voters in Liberal-held marginals seats would support the Turnbull Government fully funding the Gonski schools package as those who oppose spending the extra $4.5 billion.
First they took it off the enrolment form, now it is a long process before parents are even told about ethics as an option.
The Greens have chosen a female native title lawyer to contest Tanya Plibersek's federal electorate of Sydney as the party prepares to target what it believes are five winnable lower house seats in NSW and Victoria this year.
Two Sydney Trains staff say they have suffered electric shocks, prompting accusations the Baird Government is failing to ensure quality standards in its huge infrastructure construction program.
Plans for a land-grab to house a new 55,000 seat stadium are putting the SCG Trust on a collision course with Malcolm Turnbull.
Labor's left faction will recommend an "inherently progressive" tax that won't "disproportionately punish low- and middle-income earners".
The state government has decided to extend a ban on all new pub and club licences in Kings Cross and Sydney's centre.
A former farming lobby head has warned the agriculture industry risks reputational damage akin to that suffered after the live cattle exports scandal if the state government proceeds with radical new laws.
Auburn councillor Salim Mehajer was not in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday as his attorney argued for against his suspension from duties.
There is little support in blue-ribbon Coalition electorates for using any extra revenue raised from a 15 per cent GST to cut company taxes, new polling shows.
A shift to private operation raised concerns four years ago. Now the results are in.
Woolworths has been penalised for selling faulty home-brand goods that injured consumers and for failing to meet recall requirements.
The first Muslim elected to the NSW Parliament is threatening defamation action against The Australian newspaper and reporter Sharri Markson.
It really ought to be one of those "yes or no" questions. But when it comes to council mergers, nothing is that simple.
Anti-coal seam gas groups have declared the Baird government's plans to develop a gas industry in the state "dead in the water" after energy giant AGL announced it would exit the controversial sector.
After costing taxpayers more than half a billion dollars, it could be gone in six months.
"The kids … they're never ever going to recover," said one protester who is a former refugee.
Do you live in one of Sydney's billion-dollar neighbourhoods? There are more than you might expect.
An entrepreneur has lamented the death of Sydney's nighttime economy at the hands of leaders with a "moralistic crusade".