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Esther Han is the consumer affairs reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sun-Herald. She was previously the food and wine news writer for Fairfax Media.
Esther Han A public uproar over the sale of a pair of black rhinoceros horns and two pairs of elephant tusks has forced a Sydney auction house to withdraw the items from this Friday's auction list - a critical...
Esther Han A Sydney auction house has withdrawn black rhinoceros horns from a sale scheduled for this Friday, just an hour after animal conservationists launched a social media campaign demanding the items...
Esther Han Animal welfare activists are outraged a pair of black rhinoceros horns and two pairs of elephants tusks will be auctioned in Sydney this week.
Esther Han More than 180,000 emergency calls made to triple-0 in June this year were deemed as "non-genuine", NSW Ambulance says.
Esther Han The Petersham street party, where guests have been asked to "wake the monster inside", is one of the growing number of community-building events in Sydney celebrating Halloween.
Esther Han Sticking with one of the four major banks for life will cost more than $82,000, a financial planning expert has warned, as banks redouble their efforts to sign up as many schoolchildren as possible.
Esther Han An elderly woman's bedroom has been destroyed after a mobile crane skidded off the road and into her home in Sydney's West.
Esther Han Police are appealing to the public for help about a man discovered unconscious with head injuries at Central Station last Friday morning.
Esther Han The name and shame register set to expose the state's dodgiest car repairers and dealers has become a "farce", claims the NSW Opposition, because it will not detail the breaches.
Esther Han Tens of thousands of families across NSW are being crippled by high energy prices, with mounting arrears, credit listings and disconnections, the Energy and Water Ombudsman NSW says.
Esther Han Now the exodus begins. About half of the 83,000 people who crammed into ANZ Stadium to watch the Rabbitohs reclaim premiership glory are expected to catch the train home.
Esther Han Firefighters lost control of a hazard reduction burn on Sydney's northern beaches on Sunday, calling in extra support and two water bombing helicopters to help contain it.
Esther Han Petrol theft data is now next to useless because of a NSW Police decision to begin relying on the antiquated fax machine, said the state's crime research body.
Esther Han Car dealers and mechanics with a history of substandard work will be publicly named and shamed on a government-run register from December, when new motoring laws are set to come into force.
Esther Han As daylight broke over Sydney on Monday, the Carnival Legend sailed between the Heads for the first time, signalling the start of what is expected to be a record-breaking season.
Esther Han Daring tricks and twists are part of the fun at Sydney's trampoline parks, but an alarming jump in traumatic injuries has sparked a major investigation and calls for a safety review.
Esther Han Monday's fatal crash is the second time a car has ploughed through a bus stop outside the Kogarah chemist on Railway Parade.
Esther Han Fresh laws over motor dealers and repairers will begin this year without the inclusion of any consumer-protecting recommendations made by a bipartisan committee in June, sparking fears motorists...
Esther Han A young family is fighting to keep its community chicken coop up and running at the end of a leafy street on the northern beaches.
Esther Han Tens of thousands of homes across Australia are at risk of catch fire because of faulty, non-compliant electrical cables installed in the past four years, the consumer watchdog warns.