Court allows Irish tourist Barry Lyttle to move closer to hospital where brother Patrick Lyttle recovering after Kings Cross fight
Louise Hall Irishman Barry Lyttle has been allowed to move closer to the hospital where his brother Patrick is recovering.
Paul Bibby, Louise Hall The final local court appearance of Man Haron Monis prior to the Sydney cafe siege was, with the benefit of hindsight, an agonising missed opportunity to get him off the streets and behind bars.
Louise Hall and Nicole Hasham Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis was released from custody on bail six days after controversial changes to the state’s bail laws came into effect in May.
Josh Dye, Louise Hall Two men have died and one man has been rescued after their boat capsized in Botany Bay on Sunday afternoon.
Louise Hall, Angharad Owens-Strauss, Tom Decent A pedestrian has died and a second has been taken to hospital after a car mounted the kerb on Victoria Road at Rozelle this morning.
Louise Hall The biggest terrorist cell in Australian history has been dealt a significant blow with a Sydney court dismissing an appeal by five men to have their convictions and sentences quashed.
Louise Hall Former NRL player Craig Field has been found not guilty of murder but guilty of the manslaughter of farmer Kelvin Kane outside a north coast pub.
Louise Hall Treasurer Joe Hockey's relationship with a Liberal Party fund-raising forum will be examined when he takes the stand in his defamation case against Fairfax Media.
Louise Hall An elderly woman has pleaded not guilty to performing female genital mutilation on two young sisters.
Louise Hall Tradesman Tony Halloun has been sentenced to at least 17 years jail for the murder of doctor's wife Shahnaz Qidwai inside her Sydney mansion in June 2012.
Louise Hall Jessica Silva might not serve any time in jail despite being found guilty of the manslaughter of her abusive, drug-affected former partner on Mother's Day two years ago.
Louise Hall Jessica Silva has been found not guilty of murdering but guilty of the manslaughter of her abusive, drug-affected ex-partner on Mother’s Day two years ago.
Louise Hall A man who allegedly told a police officer he was from militant group Islamic State and threatened to behead him has been denied bail in the Supreme Court.
Louise Hall A mother of a year 5 student complained to the Anti-Discrimination Board because his teacher made him sit up the front of the classroom and referred him to ESL classes.
Louise Hall A poker player awarded $340,000 in damages after suing four of his friends for defamation following comments they posted on Facebook about a trip to Las Vegas has warned people to "be very careful...
Louise Hall A female Catholic teacher has been awarded $350,000 in damages after an article wrongly identified her as having had sex with young male students.
Louise Hall Lawyers for a hospital cleaner whose trial for the brutal murder of his wife was pulled at the 11th hour want his legal fees repaid by the state government, claiming the case would never had gone...
Louise Hall The adult children of celebrated Australian artist John Olsen claim a 1964 painting being sold by Sotheby’s was stolen decades ago and is rightfully theirs.
NSW police officer Bryson Anderson killing: successful finance worker's descent into mental illness led to murder
Louise Hall Woman's descent into mental illness culminated in the murder by her son of a decorated police officer during a siege at a semi-rural property at Oakville, a court has heard.
Louise Hall Jessica Silva made a recording of her partner James Polkinghorne abusing her and sent it to her best friend so it could be handed over to police "in case anything happens".