Kate McClymont A man whose “insane jealousy” over suspicions that his wife was having an affair has been jailed after he billed his employer $44,000 for the services of private detectives he engaged to...
Kate McClymont The former general manager of Burwood Council, Pat Romano, who used $44,000 in council funds to spy on his wife and then lied about it at a corruption hearing, sobbed in the witness box during his...
Leesha McKenny Burwood deputy mayor ordered to pay almost $60,000 in fines and costs after his own council took him to court.
Saffron Howden A motorcyclist and an elderly female pedestrian have been rushed to hospital, both in a critical condition, after an accident on Burwood Road at Burwood.
James Robertson An inner-Sydney mayor with a history of taking ratepayer-funded trips to the Middle East has defended plans to spend $15,000 on a fact-finding tour of Gallipoli.
Peta Doherty A man was dragged off a train, assaulted, stomped on the head and left unconscious on platform 6 of Burwood station, after a violent assault that resulted in eight people being charged or cautioned.
A FORMER Sydney council general manager could face criminal charges after the NSW corruption watchdog found he misused council funds to have his wife and her colleague spied on, among other offences.
Kate Mcclymont DESPITE the prospect of being named adversely in a forthcoming corruption report, Labor's John Faker was elected mayor of Burwood on Thursday night.
Kelsey Munro RESIDENTS blocked access with a picket line and unions ordered a stop to work on safety grounds, but the demolition of a historic Burwood homestead is expected to be completed.
Kate McClymont THE general manager, Pat Romano, spied on people for his own purposes and then billed Burwood Council for it.
Kate McClymont BURWOOD Council is bracing itself for potentially embarrassing revelations as the Independent Commission Against Corruption prepares to hold a two-week public hearing into corruption allegations.
Michael Koziol Sydney's apartment boom is leading to a rise in mail theft and identity fraud, police say, with organised crime syndicates targeting mailboxes at high-rise buildings.
Jacob Saulwick The Baird government's plans for 50,000 new apartments along Parramatta Road will not be released until after the NSW state election in March.
Sean Nicholls Multiple Labor members listing the same Auburn PO box as their residential address raises branch-stacking suspicions.
Rachel Olding Security blunder is disturbingly similar to one involving Mohammed Hamzy's infamous cousin.
Melanie Kembrey Woman charged after a cannabis crop with a street value in excess of $200,000 was found in a Lakemba unit.
Jacob Saulwick The Member for Parramatta, Geoff Lee, is pushing for the state government to convert the Carlingford rail line to light rail, as part of a new connection between Parramatta and Epping and Macquarie...
Rachel Olding Farhad Qaumi was a busy man on his 31st birthday, according to police allegations.
Rachel Olding Four people will be charged with murder on Monday over the shooting deaths of two Sydney underworld figures last year.
Nick Ralston It began with a spray of bullets fired into a ute parked outside a home in the city's south-west one night in August 2012, and what followed was three bloody months in Sydney.