On Sydney's southern tip at Burraneer, Harry Magiros and Vicki Weeks are engaged in what could be, statistically, Sydney's most epic neighbourly dispute.
James Robertson is a Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.
A much-trumpeted state government crackdown on property developers on councils has been described as useless after a councillor was able to declare he was not a developer despite running a company that has made nearly 100 development applications in three years.
Alan Beasley began researching the medicinal benefits of cannabis after his wife had a brain seizure.
The state government is resisting calls to make life jackets mandatory for all rock fishermen after another two men were swept to their deaths and says people must take responsibility for their own actions.
Has the answer to South Australia's energy future been found by two billionaires making a $100-million bet on Twitter? It mightn't be so simple.
When the GWS Giants train on Tom Wills Oval this season, they will be running out from the Westconnex Centre.
It sounds like the plot line of a cheap airport thriller: faced with authorities trying to launch stings against popular ride-sharing service Uber, the fledgling company set up fake versions of its app, populated with "phantom" cars that would never arrive.
The estimated damage from a hail storm across north-western Sydney last month has risen more than fivefold in a fortnight as residents face an uncertain wait for repairs.
Sydney is becoming a lopsided city as some suburbs approve thousands more new developments than required and others only a fraction of their share, a new analysis shows.
The Liberal company dubbed a 'washing machine' has made a record contribution.