Tim Elliott Clive Evatt set to defend Aboriginal surfer in defamation case against News Corp
Tim Elliott Former NSW premier Barry O'Farrell intervened in the community consultation process for a wind farm in the Southern Tablelands after being lobbied by the federal Liberal Party's chief business...
Tim Elliott One day they were there and the next day they were not. Goths, that is. Not the Germanic tribes who dominated central Europe in the middle of the first millennium, but the sub-culture.
Tim Elliott Stop the paper, halt the trucks; cut the power and padlock the gates - the Chullora printers have called it a day.
Tim Elliott Smells are smellier. Colours are brighter. Hearing is sharper. And, if you're lucky, your golf game will go through the roof.
Tim Elliott Millions of dollars in poker machine taxes taken from some of Sydney's poorest suburbs to fund "disadvantaged communities" have been used to pay for the state government's election promises.
Tim Elliott Before Wednesday's Watergate-style break-in, before the frozen bank account and the Supreme Court injunction and all the talk of nepotism and bullying, the NSW Parents and Citizens Federation was...
Tim Elliott High court ruled gender as non-binary at a landmark case brought by a 'non specific' person, Norrie. Nine News
Tim Elliott They are not a “she” or a “he” or even a “she/he”, not a “him” or a “her”, and certainly not an “it”. They are not “herself” and “himself”, and what is theirs is no longer “hers” or “his”.
Tim Elliott Vera* was Serbian originally. She is 67, and a widow now.
Tim Elliott Sydney is running out of sand. As the city continues to expand, the construction industry is scouring the region for raw materials, including on the ocean floor.
Tim Elliott For reasons that are entirely understandable, people tend to associate the Sydney Opera House with opera - Don Giovanni, Cosi Fan Tutti, fat men in funny wigs singing in Italian, etcetera.
Tim Elliott Peace, love and mind control - one Sydney couple's journey through the Twelve Tribes religious cult.
Tim Elliott Christian Grey goes to extraordinary lengths to control his lover.
Tim Elliott At 4.28pm on Saturday, horse trainer Gai Waterhouse sent an urgent text message to her bookmaker son Tom, in Melbourne.
Tim Elliott One afternoon eight years ago, Cathy Kezelman, now 58, found herself standing at The Gap, teetering on the edge. She saw herself falling, and visualised the landing.
Tim Elliott LILY was a "mystery blonde". Neil was a gynaecologist. Paul, who liked Porsches, ran a dating agency.
Tim Elliott EVERY dollar counts for the children's charity Stewart House, but the $1250 that arrived early last year had special significance.
Tim Elliott RESIDENTS in Freshwater, on Sydney's northern beaches, are celebrating the decision by a state government planning panel to reject a $53 million development that they feared would destroy the...
Tim Elliott IT HAS 300 litres of paint, 40 artists and an 81-year-old rapping pensioner, but stage two of the Great Southern Wall mural is finally complete.