Tim Elliott One night in July, 2005, then state Liberal leader John Brogden went for a drink at the Hilton Hotel. He was feeling good, "euphoric", in his words, and understandably so.
Tim Elliott If you think surfing can be dangerous, try sitting on the beach ...
Tim Elliott A magistrate dismissed an application by Sydney woman Noleen Pal for an AVO against her former partner, the Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis nine months before she was stabbed to death outside her...
Tim Elliott, Mel Kembrey Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis lived a privileged life in Tehran, where he ran several businesses and was well connected to senior government figures, a man who knew him there says.
Tim Elliott, Stephanie Wood It was eerily prescient, a mangled missive from a man who never felt he belonged to this world and didn't believe he would be here long.
Tim Elliott The Martin Place hostage taker has requested that police locate an Islamic State flag for him, according to a senior figure in the Sydney Muslim community.
Anne Davies and Tim Elliott Sydney's Muslim leaders were meeting with state a federal police when they heard about the Martin Place siege.
Tim Elliott It put fire in the sky and snow on the mountains; it shut down a morgue and drowned a train station; it snapped trees and chewed up beaches.
Tim Elliott There were no riots and no police, not so much as a burning effigy at a meeting called by Hizb it-Tahrir in Lakemba on Friday night.
Tim Elliott Premier Mike Baird knows NSW is a winning state - but is already betting on a clean sweep as the hotly contested football codes reach their crescendo from this weekend.
Tim Elliott ICAC’s revelations of corrupt behaviour from Newcastle state member Tim Owen and Charlestown MP Andrew Cornwell – of brown paper bags and back-room deals, of lies and counter-lies –...
Tim Elliott Rugby league fan, regular golfer, a humble man of refined humour and a dry wit, Cardinal Edward Clancy was warmly remembered in a service at St Mary’s Cathedral attended by hundreds of...
The Daily Telegraph editor Paul Whittaker sorry for putting Mike Carlton's head on Boston bombing victim's body
Tim Elliott The Daily Telegraph editor Paul Whittaker apologises "unreservedly" for Photoshopping image of terrorist victim
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 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 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.