James Robertson and Leesha McKenny Does merging councils save money? It depends who you ask – not to mention who is doing the asking.
Nick Ralston, Peter Hannam and James Robertson After 48 hours the cyclonic winds and heavy rain conditions eased on Wednesday afternoon, further revealing the extent of the damage.
Melanie Kembrey and James Robertson Hundreds of homes were evacuated as the Georges River broke its banks on Wednesday night, after a day of heavy rainfall that caused flooding across the breadth of the city.
James Robertson Despite the easing of rain on Wednesday afternoon, commuters are facing a difficult journey home as large parts of the road and rail network remain disrupted by flooding and debris.
James Robertson Sydney's transport services were in chaos on Tuesday as storms led to widespread closure and delays across the city's ports, roads and public transport.
James Robertson Six months since the state government created a scheme allowing the terminally ill to possess marijuana, only a few dozen people have signed up, leading to charges it is dragging its feet on medical...
James Robertson One city intersection stands out as the most dangerous places for pedestrians in Sydney.
James Robertson Nearly a century since a Winged Victory statue commemorating the suburb’s war dead was first unveiled outside Marrickville Town Hall, a re-imagined version was lowered into the same spot on...
James Robertson Labor’s minority left faction will retain its hold on the party’s leadership positions in the lower house when the party’s caucus convenes on Wednesday.
James Robertson Three seats in the NSW election remained in close contention as counting continued on Thursday with about 85 per cent of the vote counted.
James Robertson The Greens' win in Newtown has been the subject of much post-game analysis. WestConnex appears to have been the decisive issue.
James Robertson The most mysterious figure in state politics has hinted at his backers and offered opinions about judges 'on meth'.
James Robertson Four seats in the NSW election remained in close contention on Tuesday night with about 83 per cent of the vote counted.
James Robertson Lucy Haslam, the mother of the late medical marijuana campaigner Dan, has criticised the state government for moving too slowly to provide access to the drug to the ill.
James Robertson Workers for the No Land Tax party say they are worried about being paid up to $1 million in wages owed to its thousands of election-day staff.
James Robertson On Monday night, the outcome in four seats in the state election remained close.
James Robertson The Greens have hailed the state election result not just for the four seats it may win but for its second-place showing in several others, where the party believes it is consolidating as voters'...
James Robertson The No Land Tax Party’s attempt to win a seat in the state’s upper house will come down to a last-minute battle with the Liberals and another microparty.
Melanie Kembrey and James Robertson 10 things a re-elected Baird government will do in the next year
James Robertson The thorny political issue of forced council amalgamations will be one of the first difficult policy decisions facing a re-elected Baird government in its first months.