Stephanie Gardiner is a reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald. Email or tweet her with your news tips.
Stephanie Gardiner Friends and family of Gary Tweddle have pinned missing persons posters around the Blue Mountains as the bushland search for the young Sydney man enters its sixth day.
Stephanie Gardiner, Paul Bibby The mare named Walking Street was facing her first race when she started getting irritated and twitchy.
Stephanie Gardiner After being kidnapped at knifepoint and forced to take drugs, David Monlun sent his attacker a text message: ''Truth will set me free … I want to be like old friends''.
Stephanie Gardiner As Senior Constable David Rixon followed a car through residential streets of Tamworth, his dashboard camera recorded what started as an unremarkable and routine police job.
Stephanie Gardiner He assured the woman's friends ''I will take care of her'' after a party, only to viciously sexually assault her.
Stephanie Gardiner Tight security measures for the appeal of five men convicted of plotting a terrorist act have been raised in court, including the possibility of a helicopter hovering over the city centre.
Stephanie Gardiner ''Sorry, sorry, sir, sorry.''
Stephanie Gardiner Who shot Senior Constable David Rixon? One of the strongest pieces of evidence to answer that question is the number of shots the Tamworth police officer fired from his own weapon, a NSW Supreme...
Stephanie Gardiner Locals saw the two-year-old girl being hit, abused and dragged along a street. A neighbour heard sounds of whipping and a child's screams ringing out.
Stephanie Gardiner The last words Donna Deaves heard her two-year-old daughter scream were "no no no".
Stephanie Gardiner The man accused of shooting Tamworth police officer David Rixon was heard to tell his girlfriend he didn't fire the first shot, wished he didn't have a gun, and should have just caught a taxi home.
Stephanie Gardiner During 17-hour shifts at a brothel, four women were ordered to perform unprotected and demeaning sex acts, put up with rough clients and work through illness and pain.
Stephanie Gardiner Matthew Milat, the great-nephew of serial killer Ivan Milat, will have the appeal against his 43-year jail sentence for the axe murder of a teenager heard in December.
Stephanie Gardiner ''I am at war with the officers … they are trying to break me … to starve me … they play mind games with me.''
Stephanie Gardiner A truck driver has been awarded nearly $150,000 in damages, having been left with an "old man" walk after falling down stairs while wearing ice skates at a Sydney rink.
Stephanie Gardiner As Michael Allan Jacobs lay injured outside a block of flats in Tamworth, police heard him name Terry Price as the man who shot Senior Constable David Rixon.
Stephanie Gardiner Gordon Wood, who was acquitted of the murder of his girlfriend Caroline Byrne, is suing several media outlets for defamation.
Stephanie Gardiner Giuseppe Di Cianni insisted the only time he left his house on May 6, 2009 was to leave a gift of a bottle of homemade pasta sauce in his yard for his friend, Josephine Pintabona, to collect.
Stephanie Gardiner A Sydney taxi driver has been banned from working after he suggested a 17-year-old passenger should ''prostitute himself'' during a trip in the inner west.
Stephanie Gardiner Sitting slouched in the dock and wearing the same blank expression every day in court, Sean Lee King appeared unperturbed about his long history of violence.