Leesha McKenny FEARS a multimillion-dollar cruise ship terminal could be built at Port Botany by its new private operator without development consent are the result of ''confusion'', the government said.
Sean Nicholls, Jacob Saulwick Nick Greiner has resigned as head of the state government's peak infrastructure adviser, declaring he is ''absolutely confident'' its major recommendation, the WestConnex motorway, will be built.
Heath Aston Radioactive waste and parts of Australia's oldest nuclear reactor will be trucked out of Sydney under plans to clean up the Lucas Heights nuclear facility and develop a national hazardous-waste dump...
Ilya Gridneff, Nick Ralston Alleged chicken shop robber's father says the quick-thinking staff did not go far enough in efforts to stop his son.
Leesha McKenny Local government is heading down the road to financial ruin, with a report projecting almost half the state's councils will be in ''very weak'' financial positions within three years.
Kirsty Needham A radical shake-up of NSW councils proposed this week would see two new powerbrokers join Sydney's lord mayor Clover Moore in presiding over metropolitan cities with revenue flows approaching, or...
Sean Nicholls The privatisation of Port Botany and Port Kembla will deliver $5.07 billion to the NSW government, to be spent on infrastructure projects including the plannned WestConnex motorway and an upgrade to...
Jacob Saulwick Plans to build a sunken motorway down the middle of Parramatta Road have been shelved after construction companies told the government it would be more expensive than digging a tunnel.
Emma Partridge A drunk man accused of threatening a taxi driver with a pair of scissors to avoid paying his fare in Sydney's East was expected to appear before Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday.
Julie Power Here's to you Mrs Robinson: Andrew Attard loves your turquoise Valiant more than you will ever know.
Natalie O'Brien Tests carried out on the contaminated water that surged through the taps of hundreds of Botany residents in late December have revealed that the cause was not bitumen, as Sydney Water claimed.
Leesha McKenny Pity the home builder in Hurstville, the developer in Willoughby and the renovator in Botany: the three council areas are among the slowest in the state in deciding development applications, a new...
Nicole Hasham It doesn't take long for a developer to spot a golden egg waiting to be laid on Sydney's waterfront.
Matt Wade Blue-collar strongholds in Sydney's west have shrunk dramatically over the past decade and some close to the central business district have vanished altogether as the city's employment profile...
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Megan Levy A man has been extradited from New Zealand and charged with the attempted murder of a man who was doused in petrol and set alight inside his home in western Sydney.
Jacob Saulwick Families driving the Hume Highway between Sydney and Melbourne will start to share the road with B-triple trucks - the O'Farrell government is preparing for a trial of the 35-metre road giants.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker UP TO two dozen illegal handguns - including some bought by Sydney crime gangs - passed through Port Botany after customs officers falsified paperwork to wrongly claim they had X-rayed the container...
Minus the sound, the federal police surveillance video reveals a seemingly innocuous scene - just two friends chatting in a Sydney street.
Louise Hall Hells Angels boss Felix Lyle has pleaded guilty to attempted fraud worth more than $2.1 million.