James Robertson A Sydney council says the state government is overruling its block on a developer's plans to build a 120-metre tower, despite it exceeding height restrictions by nearly 70 metres.
James Robertson Over twenty years, Wendy Whiteley turned those lunar feelings of grief and addiction into something green and beautiful.
James Robertson The Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority was quietly axed by the Baird government this week, an announcement buried in a plan for a glitzy revamp of Circular Quay. What was really going on?
James Robertson Up to $200 million of government buildings will be sold to fund a major redevelopment of the ferry wharves at Circular Quay.
James Robertson Australia and New Zealand have been at cold war for decades over the origins of a meringue and marshmallow pie. But now a new front threatens to emerge over the origins of the flat white.
James Robertson Barges drilling 80 metres below Sydney Harbour have made some unexpected discoveries.
James Robertson, Saxon Millar It isn't just journalists whose work Peter Phelps has been plagiarising.
James Robertson A Sydney councillor who pulled only one-quarter of the vote in the first round of elections has walked away as the city's latest lucky-dip mayor.
James Robertson James Packer's $1.5 billion casino project at Barangaroo continues to divide Sydney, according to newly released submissions from the public.
James Robertson The National Trust has objected to revised and scaled-up plans for a casino resort at Barangaroo south, as "contemptuous" of planning and conservation protocols and "usurping" public space without...
James Robertson A man has been attacked by a shark at a beach on Hallidays Point, north of Forster on the NSW Mid North Coast.
James Robertson Sydney fisherman Cameron Sutherland was out on an early morning hunt for snapper, when something much bigger came into view.
James Robertson Police raided a home in the Blue Mountains and came away with nearly 100 marijuana plants, packages of the drug for sale, and some rather expensive snakes.
James Robertson A proposal to redevelop six historic buildings on the south head of Sydney Harbour to host private functions is drawing opposition from local residents and even within the Baird cabinet.
James Robertson The state government's failure to fully implement a plan to send firefighters to treat critically ill patients in place of ambulances – is costing lives, experts say.
James Robertson Up to three storeys would be added to one of Sydney's most iconic sandstone buildings, in a state government plan to turn a government department office into a new hotel near Circular Quay.
James Robertson For nearly 150 years, a short ribbon of railway between Central Station and Darling Harbour was the main artery of Sydney. That link has lain largely dormant and disused for decades.
James Robertson As the Deputy Prime Minister officially declared Badgerys Creek an airport site, the excitement barely left the ground.
James Robertson The street home to Sydney's oldest and most important public buildings is quietly being prepared for a facelift, prematurely released government documents show.
James Robertson They have waited 10 years and spent tens of thousands of dollars. Yet the concrete is yet to be poured for a driveway to this Sydney home.