Lane Sainty 2:16 PM Sydney may be on high alert in the wake of the Martin Place siege, but the man in charge of the fireworks spectacular is confident all will run smoothly.
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Anna Patty and Sean Nicholls 6:27 PM Luke Foley has announced he will contest the leadership of the NSW Labor Party.
Peta Doherty 6:38 PM Jennifer Matthews recalls the moment when the earthquake hit Newcastle 25 years ago at 10.27am.
Tom Decent 6:49 PM An 86-year-old man has been run over and killed by his own car at Rookwood Cemetery in Sydney's south-west on Sunday morning.
Daisy Dumas 4:36 PM Tensions are running high at Redfern's Aboriginal tent embassy after charges were laid against its founder, Jenny Munro.
Sue Williams 12:15 AM All 17-year-old Jaylee Booshand wants for Christmas is the chance to grow a little older. And it's a gift she's pleading for from the NSW government.
Tim Barlass 12:15 AM The family of teenager Daniel Christie, who died after a one punch in King's Cross last New Year's Eve, have condemned the relaxation of this year's lockout laws.
Angharad Owens-Strauss 70-year-old woman and a sympathetic vet save terrier from horrible death.
Angharad Owens-Strauss The oldest riding school in Centennial Park has been given one month to relocate to make way for a new riding school offering “out of the box” ideas such as a mechanical horse and coffee cart.
Sean Nicholls NSW Labor bosses are preparing to use national executive powers to install Luke Foley as the candidate for Auburn at the state election as it becomes likely he will win a ballot to become party leader.
Rose Powell, Jacob Saulwick The investment group that bought and sold 12 cottages in Homebush and asked long-time tenants to leave, is owned and run by some of the wealthiest people in the country.
Raymond Gosling has run his Gentlemen's Hairdresser shop for decades. And he knows all the locals' secrets. Explore the old shops of Sydney.
It's been a tough year for Tony Abbott and the country as a whole - a year defined by the worst and best of ourselves taking its toll.
Every morning before the throttle of the work day takes hold, Justin Hanby goes for a swim. In February next year, he will compete in his fifth Cole Classic.
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Alexa Moses won't be rushing to Sydney's crowded shores this summer. She has never liked the beach. She imagines she is part of a tiny group of Australians of about one in a 100, to whom the beach has never appealed.
A former Catholic brother has fronted Parramatta local court on facing 252 child sexual assault charges after being extradited from New Zealand.
A self-proclaimed Isis supporter has been charged after being found with documents allegedly designed to facilitate a terrorist attack against potential government targets in Sydney.