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Megan Levy and Emma Partridge Two men have been arrested in Sydney as part of a counter-terrorism operation, police say.
Pallavi Singhal 4:30 PM Dear Santa, I would like a beach house at Batemans Bay, a credit card, a puppy and everything in the world since I have been a really good girl. From Roxanne
Pallavi Singhal The winds have shifted for Christmas Day weather in Sydney, with an updated forecast showing all-day showers across Sydney and thunderstorms in the west.
Sean Nicholls, James Robertson NSW Labor MPs will meet to anoint a new leader only weeks before next year's state election after opposition leader John Robertson resigned over revelations he signed a letter of request for Lindt siege gunman Man Haron Monis.
James Robertson The emerging contest for the Labor leadership is shaping as a battle between two MPs from opposing factions but who have been touted as future leaders for many years.
Rose Powell Property developers have doubled the value of 12 previously government-owned homes in less than six months by strong-arming out tenants who had been told they would be protected.
Caitlin Wheeler Sydney's Christian leaders have looked back in time for messages of hope amid a difficult lead-up to Christmas, marred by tragedy and violence.
Tim Elliott A magistrate dismissed an application by Noleen Pal for an AVO against her former partner, the Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis nine months before she was stabbed to death.
Josh Dye It's the iconic Sydney seafood sale that draws tens of thousands of people at all hours of the day - and night.
Jacob Saulwick The NSW government has already started to transfer rail infrastructure in Newcastle to a new owner, the Hunter Development Corporation, as it faces a legal challenge to its ability to shut the city's rail line.
Stephanie Gardiner, Emma Partridge Chief Magistrate Graeme Henson said Amirah Droudis, 35, posed an "unacceptable risk" to the community, given her prior convictions and the nature of her offence.
Tim Elliott, Mel Kembrey Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis lived a privileged life in Tehran, where he ran several businesses and was well connected to senior government figures, a man who knew him there says.
From last minute shopping to church services: here's your guide to the holiday fortnight.
The University of Sydney's Great Hall glinted with aqua on a stormy afternoon when family and friends of Katrina Dawson gathered to celebrate her life.
The bright sunshine did little to raise spirits at St Stephens Uniting Church as family and friends gathered to farewell Sydney siege victim Tori Johnson on Tuesday morning.
There have been at least 16 fatalities in Sydney Harbour from shark attacks in just over a century. How common are they now?
Bleary eyes, sunburnt shoulders and sleazy selfies will be the lingering evidence of schoolies for the thousands of weary Australian teenagers dragging themselves home this weekend.
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.