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Lucy Cormack is a Herald reporter.
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.
Lucy Cormack Pubs across Sydney are starting to fill with bodies, bars and clubs are preparing for another night hosting the city's thirstiest.
Lucy Cormack Student who received misprinted section feels the error disadvantaged him but is loath to prepare to sit the whole exam again.
Lucy Cormack When two out of three safe Nationals seats go Green, there must be something in the air. How CSG touched the safe Nationals seats of the Northern Rivers region.
Lucy Cormack Ballina woke up under a green glow on Sunday, as Greens candidate Tamara Smith claimed victory over the long-held safe Nationals seat.
Lucy Cormack and Esther Han Under the red-hot midday sun, Grant Whatley from Mosman and his sons nine-year-old Ben and six-year-old Thomas will be among tens of thousands of cricket fanatics charging through the gates of...
NSW State Election 2015: Ballina candidates say coal seam gas means it will be too close for a result on election day
Lucy Cormack The Nationals enjoyed an unassailable margin in this northern rivers seat, but one issue has made it the Greens game.
Lucy Cormack A year after Typhoon Haiyan destroyed her home town in the Philippines, Michelle Baltazar is still working to aid recovery in the region.
Lucy Cormack Pensioners and those with limited internet access must be able to access government services without using mobile phones or computers, advocates say.
Lucy Cormack It may have been Marrickville's only chance to share the limelight with Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee. But a mysterious proposal from a developer who has built two museums in honour of the martial arts...
Lucy Cormack It wasn’t quite the Jaymes Diaz blunder, but when a Sydney Morning Herald reporter asked a Liberal candidate about the party’s hallmark policy, he was quickly shuffled off the podium.
Lucy Cormack Professor Brendan Gleeson has imagined a future Sydney full of vertical gardens and scoops hanging on the Harbour Bridge to capture rainwater.
Lucy Cormack The Book Bank pilot program is now running in nine NSW schools and has been well received by kids - to one, reading is a voyage of discovery; to another, for whom English is a second language, it's...
Lucy Cormack Philip Vassallo's family hope their new road safety program for teenagers will help prevent deaths like Philip's.
Lucy Cormack A man has died after being pulled unconscious from Pyrmont Bay on Wednesday evening.
Lucy Cormack An air of “insecurity” lingers at the Indonesian consulate in Sydney, after an incident in which red liquid was splattered at the gates of the premises, the Indonesian Consul General to...
Instagram account @themurdermall targets homeless and disadvantaged near Surry Hills Shopping Village
Lucy Cormack An Instagram account making light of homeless and disadvantaged people in Surry Hills has been described by Mission Australia as “heartless”.
Lucy Cormack When Brad Kelk and his family started building their new home last year they were faced with a decision.