The minister in charge of the state government's controversial council merger policy does not have a copy of the blueprint it is based on, it has emerged.
James Robertson is a Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.
The NSW opposition says it will back latest mooted major sale of state government owned asset - on one condition.
The NSW government will privatise the running of scores of bus routes, risking a major dispute with drivers.
The state government will net nearly $3 billion from the sale of the final piece of the states "poles and wires" electricity assets.
A Sydney real estate agent who embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from renters' bonds and trust accounts to make bets on sports has been jailed for 18 months.
The senior public servant is at the centre of a widening charity payments scandal currently under investigation.
A new MP could have escaped a police investigation for swearing an incorrect statutory declaration because of a simple typo.
Senior NSW public servant shared in $2.5 million payments from charity he directed.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has won plaudits from America for upping his rhetorical pressure on China to rein in North Korea after talks with American Vice-President Mike Pence focused on reaffirming American-Australian relations.
Accountability in politics can be a funny thing. The results in North Sydney will now be challenged in court.