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Sarah Whyte is a political reporter in the Canberra bureau, covering immigration, customs and the High Court. Previously, Sarah was the consumer affairs reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.
Sarah Whyte With hearing aids, long socks and sensible shoes, there's something different about the men's eight rowing crew on the water at dawn in Drummoyne.
Sarah Whyte At least one person has been taken to hospital and three others have been treated by paramedics after a chemical spill at the Australian Post International mail centre in Sydney.
Sarah Whyte Big alcohol companies will support Premier Barry O'Farrell's multimillion-dollar education campaign to address binge drinking, but will not formally commit money until they see the proposal.
Sarah Whyte Adam Horrock was experiencing drunken violence in Sydney's roughest areas so often, it compelled him to do something about it. He created a poster.
Sarah Whyte With a brief to reduce speeding among young men who were desperate to show off their burgeoning masculinity, a Sydney advertising agency took a daring angle: mock their penis size.
Sarah Whyte For months, members of the Indian and Muslim communities in Sydney tried to help a homeless Fijian Indian woman, Monika Chetty, who was found severely burnt on Friday night in Hoxton Park and is in...
Sarah Whyte As the sun rays creep across the Hawkesbury river shrouded in light mist, Gary Howard pulls in his third catch of the day on board his prawn trawler.
Sarah Whyte The Defence captain who authorised the detonation of explosives that led to the massive state mine fire in October has told an inquiry he would have approved more.
Sarah Whyte The peak national egg body has launched a website called "Hen Support" to help farmers reduce the risk of an outbreak of disease, after 450,000 hens that contracted bird flu were destroyed in NSW.
Sarah Whyte, Hugh Robertson Alcohol and soft-drink companies have been aggressively lobbying state MPs over the cash-for-cans scheme up to twice a week, concerned NSW and Victoria are considering joining forces to introduce a...
Sarah Whyte After a major disaster, the Rural Fire Service becomes the beneficiary of unsolicited advice about how it should really fight fires, including making use of thousands of goats, unmanned...
Sarah Whyte ''I only own four items in this whole apartment,'' Galina Globug said.
Sarah Whyte Police are urgently seeking public assistance to find a two-year-old girl and a man who have gone missing from a home in Sydney's western suburbs.
Sarah Whyte Sydney Swans star recognised for his commitment to community programs and for establishing and co-chairing the Goodes-O'Loughlin (GO) Foundation, which works with indigenous communities.
Sarah Whyte A small northern beaches brewery has found itself at the centre of a religious row after depicting Hindu deities on the labels of its alcoholic ginger beer.
Sarah Whyte Two of Australia's largest poultry producers have been fined for supplying Steggles, a major poultry company, with "free to roam" chickens that were in fact kept in cramped sheds.
Sarah Whyte If a shopping centre could reflect a type of personality, the newest entrant, Central Park, would be a well-dressed hipster with a short attention span.
Nick Ralston, Sarah Whyte and Peter Hannam The volatile nature of the bushfires still burning across NSW was again underlined on Thursday night, with two massive fires raging uncontained on the western side of the Blue Mountains flaring again...
David Wroe, Sarah Whyte An army training exercise caused a massive fire in the Blue Mountains that ripped through more than 47,000 hectares of bushland last week, a Rural Fire Service investigation has found.
Nick Ralston and Sarah Whyte A high-risk gamble by firefighters has paid off, with NSW escaping from one of its most threatening bushfire days on record mostly unscathed.