Paul Bibby A Bathurst boilermaker accused of ruthlessly bullying a teenage apprentice who later committed suicide says he was an "approachable" and "responsible" supervisor and that verbal abuse was "not in my...
Paul Bibby A Bathurst train builder has admitted spraying a teenage apprentice with flammable liquid while he was welding, knowing it would catch alight, but denies the youth was being picked on.
Amy McNeilage A NSW primary school has banned girls from wearing shorts and made the wearing of dresses mandatory against the wishes of a number of students and their parents.
David McCowen, Andrew Maclean Mark Webber could be set for a return to Bathurst alongside an Olympic champion and a Hollywood star.
Megan Levy and Sarah Whyte The fire that ripped through a 26-storey building in Bathurst Street in Sydney's CBD has now been extinguished, authorities have confirmed.
Leesha Mckenny A FORMER priest at St Stanislaus' College in Bathurst who pleaded guilty to four counts of gross indecency with a male aged under 18, has been jailed for 15 months.
Paul Bibby The workplace bullying that teenage apprentice Alec Meikle was allegedly subjected to "appeared to be the sole contributing factor" to the severe depression that ultimately led to his suicide, the...
Paul Bibby Apprentices at a Bathurst train manufacturing plant, where a teenage worker was allegedly subjected to relentless bullying, were given little or no training in how to deal with bullying and...
Paul Bibby A teenage apprentice killed himself after allegedly being subjected to relentless, violent bullying by his work supervisor and colleagues that turned him into "a hollow boy", the Coroner's Court has...
Paul Bibby A teenage apprentice who killed himself after months of alleged workplace bullying was told his life would be made "a living hell" if he reported the abuse, the Coroner's Court has heard.
Anna Patty The controversial foetal rights bill known as Zoe's Law has been passed in the lower house of the NSW Parliament despite opposition by some government ministers and MPs.
Megan Levy Concerns for Jason Naylor's safety after the 15-year-old went missing in Bathurst nearly a week ago and has not been seen since.
Nick Ralston 60 bushfires burning, 15 out of control State Mine Fire near Lithgow still at Emergency Warming rating Firefighters have joined two major fires in the Blue Mountains Winds of up to 100km/h expected...
Josephine Tovey Live updates from the frontline of the NSW bushfire crisis.
Heath Aston A woman who stepped into a partially-covered drain in a pub car park, fracturing two toes, has been awarded nearly half a million dollars by a court.
Julie Power Police fined 770 pedestrians for jaywalking and cautioned 7000 people in Sydney's CBD for dangerous or unsafe behaviour in the first year of a road safety campaign that reduced crashes by 30 per cent.
Jacob Saulwick Hundreds of trees will be cut down, car parking spaces will disappear and in some places pedestrians will have to walk on narrower footpaths.
Paul Bibby Five Sydney men each sentenced to more than two decades in jail for plotting a series of terrorist acts will claim in their appeal that the jury which convicted them should have been discharged...
Stephanie Gardiner The jury in the trial of Keli Lane, convicted of murdering her baby Tegan, should have been allowed to consider the lesser charge of manslaughter, her appeal has been told.
Stephanie Gardiner It has been almost 17 years since newborn Tegan Lane vanished, and two years since her mother, Keli Lane, was jailed for her murder.