Stephanie Gardiner is a reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald. Email or tweet her with your news tips.
Stephanie Gardiner A Sydney train station guard has lost a lengthy battle to save his job, after he was fired for trying to punch a transit officer, and yelling at other officers "you don't know who you're f**king...
Stephanie Gardiner A man has been charged after he repeatedly groped a teenage girl on a bus, even as she tried to escape him, police allege.
Stephanie Gardiner Parents of deaf children are urging the government not to sell off Australian Hearing, fearing people in regional areas will not receive treatment, and services will suffer under a business model.
Stephanie Gardiner Anti-semitic flyers saying "wake up white Australia" and referencing a neo-Nazi group have been left in letterboxes in Bondi.
Stephanie Gardiner The only words Gareth Mullaya Lewis uttered after suddenly punching and stomping on a stranger were: "No one disrespects me".
Stephanie Gardiner Notorious former gynaecologist Graeme Reeves, who was jailed for mutilating a patient's genitals, will not serve more time behind bars, a court has ruled.
Stephanie Gardiner He was a baby brother with an "amazing heart", an adventurer, and "one in a million".
Stephanie Gardiner Alex Chapman✓ had been riding his motorbike on Sydney roads for less than a week, when a driver knocked him over and attacked him.
Stephanie Gardiner It might resemble a wispy, white cumulus, but Cloud Arch is designed to withstand cyclonic winds and even earthquakes.
Stephanie Gardiner Health authorities are warning anyone who has been in Leichhardt's busy shopping district and library to be on the lookout for symptoms of measles.
Stephanie Gardiner Media doyenne Ita Buttrose has achieved a lot in her 71 years.
Stephanie Gardiner "I had this huge need to feel loved," the sobbing woman told a Sydney court.
Stephanie Gardiner A Sydney artist has been allowed to keep a $50,000 defamation pay-out, after he was wrongly accused of stealing raw prawns in a north shore Coles supermarket.
Stephanie Gardiner It was a shopping trip for some dip that ended in a slip.
Stephanie Gardiner When Joshua Ravindran was just 14, he wrote to his mother to say he didn't want her in his life, didn't need anything from her, and that his father was his best friend.
Stephanie Gardiner Joshua Ravindran denied murdering his father. "I loved my father and I still do," he said.
Stephanie Gardiner As Kelly Stephens reached out and touched her seven-week-old son Bailey one morning, she cried out to her housemate: "He's dead, he's dead."
Stephanie Gardiner Leonard Rice says he has good neighbours.
Stephanie Gardiner Joshua Ravindran remembers waking one April morning to a loud bang.
Stephanie Gardiner Mr Rice, who suffers from an asbestos-related illness and relies on a walking frame and a mobility scooter to get around, gave some neighbours his PIN so they could use his bank card to buy him...