Bondi Beach

Car crashes on to Bondi Beach

Amanda Hoh, Emma Partridge A car has crashed on to Bondi Beach after plunging down the grass hill at the southern end.

Shark scare at Bondi Beach

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Gemma Khaicy Swimmers were rushed out of the water at Bondi when an alarm sounded for a possible shark sighting on Saturday afternoon.

Bondi beach lifeguards sound shark alarm

Thousands of swimmers who flocked to Bondi Beach had to flee the water when lifeguards sounded the shark alarm due to dangerous conditions on Saturday.

Gregory Cox cleared: man not guilty of Bondi Beach sex charges

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A millionaire British entrepreneur accused of forcing a woman to perform oral sex on him at Bondi Beach has been found not guilty.

Search suspended for missing swimmer feared drowned off Bondi Beach

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James Robertson The search for a man feared drowned off Bondi has been suspended due to poor conditions.

Gregory Cox forced woman on Bondi Beach to perform oral sex, court told

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A British tourist accused of forcing a woman to perform oral sex on him on Bondi Beach allegedly told her he had a lot of money and if she told the police it would not go anywhere.

Tsunami warning falls on deaf ears at Bondi Beach

Deborah Smith and Brian Robins ''IT'S going to be a ghost town soon,'' an excited nipper said to her friend after they helped lifesavers clear people from Bondi Beach yesterday morning. How wrong she was.

City's skating solutions still up in the air

Chairman of the board: Cameron Sparkes gets airborne at the Waterloo Skate Park, where a ramp has been replaced at a cost of $130,000.

Michael Koziol Sydney is poised to build a suite of new skate parks – but where they go and what they look like is up in the air.

Tamarama surfer death: Where were the lifeguards?

Hachette Australia chief executive Matthew Richell died at Tamarama on Wednesday.

Rose Powell The death of a surfer at Tamarama beach has the local community asking why they had to wait for a surf lifeguard to arrive from Bondi.

Police seize drugs worth $17m in two raids across Sydney

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Melanie Kembrey A haul of drugs estimated to be worth nearly $17 million have been seized and two drug labs shut down during separate police operations across Sydney.

Parramatta light rail moves step closer with $400m allocation

Nicole Hasham The Baird government has announced $400 million to be reserved for a light rail system in Parramatta, allowing construction to start when a feasibility study is complete.

NSW government must fund more light rail

Pressure on government to include Carlingford in light rail plan: Parramatta mayor John Chedid.

Nicole Hasham The cost of a light rail line through Parramatta would climb if it included the transport-starved suburb of Carlingford, putting pressure on the state government to fork out more funds for the...

James Packer, David Gyngell fight: pressure for charges

James Packer, sporting a black eye, being driven from his Bondi home.

Rachel Olding Pressure is mounting for charges to be laid over James Packer and David Gyngell's Bondi bust-up with police launching an investigation following outrage from community leaders, lawyers, ex-policeman...

Robert Xie trial - who's who

Louise Hall These are main players in the trial of Robert Xie who is accused of killing the Lin family in their home in North Epping, Sydney.

Smoking bans at Sydney beaches not being enforced

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Leesha McKenny When it comes to smokers, Sydney councils are opting not to fight them on the beaches.

Jesinta Campbell forgives boyfriend Buddy Franklin for crashing her car

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Jo Casamento Jesinta Campbell won the Miss Congeniality title at the Miss Universe pageant in 2010 - and her good humour served her well when her AFL star boyfriend crashed her car.

True grit: sand runners show their soft side

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Rick Feneley Here's the thing about soft-sand runners: there's nothing soft about them. The 350 or so runners who entered the Bondi Barefoot on Sunday are an especially hard-core bunch.

Warning as fake monks return to Sydney for Vivid festival

A man claiming to be a monk in Sydney's CBD.

Megan Levy A group of fraudsters dressed as monks have re-emerged on the streets of Sydney in a shonky campaign that could be timed to cash in on an influx of visitors to Sydney for the Vivid festival.

Waverley Council all of a twitter about picnic permits

Natalie O'Brien Thinking of organising a picnic at one of Sydney's eastern suburbs beaches? If it is in Bondi, Bronte or Tamarama, be careful about using Facebook or Twitter to invite your guests because you could...

Get set: entries for the City2Surf are now open

Daisy Dumas Entries for The Sun-Herald City2Surf presented by Westpac are now open, giving fitness enthusiasts the chance to book their place in one of the world's greatest fun runs.