Anne Davies It’s quite a transformation. The Botany Bay local government area has gone from industrial heartland and barren port landscape to a new boom housing area in less than a decade.
Natalie O'brien After more than a year of residents around Port Botany being told the night time noises they were complaining about did not exceed "sleep disturbance criteria", the Environment Protection Authority...
Anne Davies Former Labor planning minister Tony Kelly made changes to a planning policy designed to protect land around Port Botany for port uses.
Kirsty Needham Botany Bay National Park is to be included on the NSW heritage register, recognising not only the importance of James Cook's landing to Australian history but the devastation that followed for...
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.
Megan Levy Firefighters have found a body after a fierce blaze tore through a home in Sydney's south-east.
Natalie O'Brien A senior NSW Health official encouraged his staff to ''go for the jugular'' in an attack on an academic who publicly disagreed with the official government explanation for the Sydney Water tainted...
Jacob Saulwick Plans for a motorway interchange to be built near congested local roads in Sydney's inner west are "absurd", the says shadow federal transport minister Anthony Albanese.
Jacob Saulwick A vast road interchange will be built at St Peters, just south of Sydney Park and Newtown, to cater for tens of thousands of cars using new motorway tunnels to be built to Sydney's south-west.
Emma Partridge Police have no idea what happened to a woman found floating in her swimming costume off a southern Sydney bay two days ago.
A man has been charged with trying to kidnap two women in Sydney's eastern suburbs after he allegedly tried to drag them into his car in two separate incidents.
Nicole Hasham The potential damage wrought by coal seam gas mining in NSW is not well understood and "things could go wrong" with water quality, one of the state's top environmental bureaucrats has warned.
Emma Partridge Police say they are not blaming online dating sites or discouraging people from using them after the possible drink spiking and rape of a tourist in Sydney's CBD at the weekend.
Megan Levy Police have have launched a two-day operation in Sydney targeting the safety of distribution trucks following Tuesday's horror crash at Dee Why, in which an out-of-control truck ploughed into a line...
James Robertson and Peter Hannam Sydney’s beaches should again be safe for swimming this weekend after the biggest storm in years sent pollution levels soaring.
Emma Partridge A woman who told police she was gang-raped after meeting a man through mobile dating app Tinder has withdrawn her statement and police are no longer investigating.
James Robertson A new report ranking NSW’s beaches has found Botany’s Foreshores Beach is Sydney’s most polluted, but that generally swimming spots around the state are becoming cleaner.
Anne Davies and James Robertson The former high-profile mayor of North Sydney, Genia McCaffery, has warned her former mayoral colleagues to think twice about rejecting council amalgamations, saying it is inevitable it will occur in...
Emma Partridge Police are warning online daters to be "very careful" following the gang-rape of a tourist in Sydney who met a stranger through mobile dating app Tinder at the weekend.
James Robertson The NSW Government says it will remove 10 speed cameras from the state's roads after an audit found they were doing little to improve road safety.