James Robertson John Singleton has delivered a withering character assessment of his long-time friend Andrew Johns over his role in the More Joyous affair, describing him as ''weak''.
James Robertson In some cultures, they say, it takes a village. But in Sydney's inner west a mother can call on some help from her housemates: Aunty Dan, Uncle Steve, Buddah, Buddy and Bird.
James Robertson Four men have been wounded in a shooting in western Sydney.
James Robertson Sydney mayors say they will reject a proposed reform to cut the number of metropolitan councils down to nearly a third of present numbers.
Julie Power, James Robertson Neighbours of a six-bedroom holiday rental in Terrigal are asking the NSW Land and Environment Court on Tuesday to stop the owner from renting out her property.
James Robertson The NSW Police Commissioner says that dealing with alcohol and its effects consumes about 70 per cent of a frontline police officer's time.
James Robertson In the afternoon sun, 500 muddy turtles were bogged in a race against time.
Rachel Olding, James Robertson As he posted on Facebook a picture of himself dressed ready for Mardi Gras, Jamie Jackson could not have imagined the evening would turn into ''one of the worst nights of my life''.
James Robertson The police have been accused of using heavy tactics during last weekend's Mardi Gras, allegations fuelled by a video and which have sparked calls for an investigation.
Bevan Shields, James Robertson THE rescue of a man who set out for a bushwalk with only potatoes, naan bread and matches is likely to have cost the state $10,000.
James Robertson Marrickville Council last night abandoned a controversial proposal to give concrete priority over trees when repairing council footpaths.
James Robertson A large fire is burning at a furniture factory in Sydney's inner west.
James Robertson Fire safety experts want to end a building code exemption that allows apartments lower than 25 metres to be built without sprinklers and other safety measures.
James Robertson FOR Catherine Dodd, moving back in with her parents after a decade, marriage and two children was about choice.
James Robertson The NSW government has spent $100 million on hotel rooms for homeless people since 2000, as public housing declines and shelters turn away those in need.
James Robertson A DISSIDENT Catholic bishop who criticised the church's ''authoritarian'' nature and doctrines on celibacy and female priests has resigned.
James Robertson PEOPLE converging on NSW's beaches in search of lost summer have made an unusually busy week for surf lifesavers, who have made 60 per cent more rescues since Christmas than in the same period last...