Kate McClymont and Stuart Goodman
Police have raided a series of houses connected to failed financial guru Anthony Ghalloub.
A report into suicides and self harm has found that ongoing care is non-existent for an alarmingly large number of patients.
Sydney University gets $1 million private donation to encourage students to teach STEM subjects to curb teacher drought.
The state government is considering buying out the owners of ANZ Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park, the Sports Minister says.
They are graduating from NSW law schools in numbers greater than their male counterparts, but women still make up just over 20 per cent of barristers, spend fewer hours in court and get paid less.
There was an eerie click as the shotgun's hammer dropped, followed by the thud of a dummy cartridge hitting the courtroom floor.
A second young woman has been rushed to hospital after suffering complications during a breast enlargement procedure at The Cosmetic Institute.
AGL is storing water produced from its coal seam gas wells without proper permits, anti-CSG activists claim, as protests at the energy giant's headquarters marked 100 consecutive weeks.
Adoption numbers are not improving and fewer children are being restored to their birth families, says a report into the 20,000 kids in the state's foster care system.
Stephanie Gardiner, Paul Bibby
A former Hurstville deputy mayor and dentist engaged in "callous and systematic exploitation" of elderly people for extra money. Now he has pleaded guilty to more charges.
NSW emergency departments are facing huge increases in the number of seriously ill patients, with doctors saying the system cannot cope without more beds and more money.
The Presbyterian minister who led an attack on the screening of a film about children with gay parents at a Sydney high school had his scripture classes at the school dramatically slashed last year.
The trade union royal commission's spotlight turned back to alleged corruption in the national construction union a day after commissioner Dyson Heydon dismissed the call that he stand aside.
The first stocks in an unusual bank won't help their female donors, but they may hold the cure to health problems for future generations.
The powerful El Nino continues to intensify in the Pacific and is now the strongest since the record-breaking 1997-98 event, the Bureau of Meteorology said.
Sex slaves, forced illicit drug use and links to organised crime can all arise from poor regulation of the state's brothels, the NSW Police deputy commissioner says.
Anna Patty and Jacob Saulwick
NSW transport costs for private contractors, overtime, consultants – and even actors – have "blown out" at the same time public sector jobs are being cut, according to the Opposition.
A new economic comparison tool, the "Stateometer", shows NSW is in an enviable position.
Nikki Quinn does not know why she was the one to survive childhood cancer when so many of her friends did not, but it eats her up.
A mother and daughter who were injured when Salim Mehajer lost control of his $300,000 Ferrari are suing the Auburn deputy mayor for damages in a Sydney court.
Few multi-million-dollars fraudsters are allowed to walk free on bail while they await their appeal, but Luke Moore's case borders on 'unique'.