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Lucy Cormack is a Herald reporter.
Lucy Cormack Nine Sydney councils are getting ready to turn off the lights – 13,000 of them – to save more than $20 million.
Lucy Cormack The great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin failed biology in school, but now has a passion for the environment.
Lucy Cormack Traditional Polynesian canoe Hokule'a entered Darling Harbour on Tuesday, the wind-powered vessel's latest stop on its 47,000 nautical mile journey around the world.
Lucy Cormack Darling Harbour is the latest stop in a 47,000 nautical mile journey around the world – by canoe.
Lucy Cormack A fire has destroyed one shop and damaged three at Ourimbah on the Central Coast.
Lucy Cormack A man has been charged after allegedly threatening to set his female partner alight in a domestic violence incident near Mount Druitt on Friday.
Lucy Cormack An industry-led container deposit scheme being considered by the state government is "tokenistic and "completely inadequate in funding," Australia's leading recycling alliance says.
Lucy Cormack Anyone sidling past David Ellenby's office would think he spends an awful lot of time talking to himself.
Lucy Cormack In the dark, before dawn, Matthew Walker rolls out of bed and stumbles to find his computer. It is a Friday at 4am and that means one thing.
Lucy Cormack When it comes to player management fans will always say they know better than the chief executive – and in fantasy sport, they do.
Lucy Cormack Anzac day commemorations across Australia attracted record numbers with no security issues, despite concerns in the wake of last week's terror raids.
Lucy Cormack It was a sea of swags, beanies and soggy ugg boots, as attendees of Camp Gallipoli woke to a moving Dawn Service in Sydney's Moore Park on Saturday morning.
Lucy Cormack Everything a World War One light horse trooper needed to survive was carried by him and his horse, a lesson literally learnt by more than 25 indigenous students in the Northern Territory this week.
Lucy Cormack Even in the soil of the Royal Botanic Gardens, we will remember them. It was a sentiment echoed on Thursday as the NSW governor, General David Hurley, opened the Anzac flower bed lawn, planted in...
Nick Ralston, Peter Hannam, Lucy Cormack and Ella Rubeli The biggest storm to hit Sydney and the Hunter this century has battered the region, with at least three people dead, dozens of others needing rescuing and entire homes washed away in...
Lucy Cormack Premier Mike Baird is warning commuters to start heading home from work as soon as possible, ahead of expected worsening storm conditions.
Lucy Cormack Your guide to commemorating Anzac Day around Sydney and NSW.
Lucy Cormack Hadi Hosseini remembers the experience of living in detention like living in “a factory for making people crazy.”
Lucy Cormack The position of parliamentary secretary for renewable energy has been dissolved, prompting concerns.
Lucy Cormack Nic Nelson was wandering through a market one morning when he was made an offer to shift his life savings to a fossil fuel free super fund.