Leesha McKenny Sydney's past will feature in some of Barangaroo's emerging landmarks, after the Geographical Names Board confirmed five new place names for the precinct's foreshore.
Leesha McKenny A Sydney mother has lodged a formal complaint with Jetstar after another passenger struck her 12-month-old child "on purpose" with a reclining seat.
Leesha McKenny Would-be homebuyers desperate to break into Sydney's booming property market are being warned about "burn and run" developers keen to cash in on some of the city's fastest growing suburbs.
Leesha McKenny A proposal to replace public land at Moore Park with an $800 million stadium has been slammed as "fundamentally inappropriate" by the head of the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust.
James Robertson and Leesha McKenny Does merging councils save money? It depends who you ask – not to mention who is doing the asking.
Damien Murphy and Leesha McKenny In 1978 Sydney's first Mardi Gras became a melee and 53 were arrested - with shockwaves still being felt 37 years later. Damien Murphy and Leesha McKenny report.
Leesha McKenny and Peter Hannam In the highly contested field of urban planning and with the need to balance heritage and growth, NSW's new Planning Minister, Rob Stokes, believes he will have to walk a fine line.
Leesha McKenny The plans to transform one of Sydney's worst roads into a tree-lined boulevard surrounded by apartments is "bland", "poorly publicised" and "cannot by any stretch of the imagination be considered a...
Leesha McKenny Three Australian-based companies have been selected from seven parties that registered their interest to build a new ferry hub.
Leesha McKenny The biggest storm in recent memory will be declared a natural disaster by the state government, which has promised financial assistance to the worst-hit areas now contemplating a massive clean up.
Leesha McKenny The uncertain fate of a 55-year-old outdoor facility in Sydney's north west has raised questions about whether the simple formula of 50 metres of water, sunshine and chlorine is still enough for the...
Leesha McKenny The 4.45-hectare Newmarket site at Randwick has been rezoned for mixed-use development and at least 5000 square metres of public open space.
Leesha McKenny It is still four months until the public will get its first chance to visit Barangaroo's headland park, but the area appears to have passed what might be its toughest test.
Leesha McKenny Protection of land and properties in the inner city will mean emerging businesses and industry are not pushed out of the area. Leesha McKenny explains.
Leesha McKenny Waverley Council will consider whether replacing four heritage-listed terraces, a block of flats and a car hire yard with two 38-metre towers is an effective way of telling eastbound motorists they...
Leesha McKenny, Rachel Olding A series of prominent public figures who offered character references for a convicted rapist have been slammed by Australia's first Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
Leesha McKenny A prestigious Sydney private school has failed to overturn the rejection of its expansion plans due to the "unsafe and risky" behaviour of parents.
Leesha McKenny Sydney's "misplaced" fixation on apartments risks squeezing out other types of housing that might make for a better city, according to the author of new study into density.
Leesha McKenny For an independent contesting what – federally, at least – is a notionally Liberal seat, Alex Greenwich cut a relaxed-looking figure while visiting inner city polling places on Saturday.
Leesha McKenny Students could miss out on competitions after schools were presented with a bill of almost $23,000 to use Centennial Parklands.