Rachel Browne EITHER the people of Campbelltown are very lucky or they buy a lot of lottery tickets.
INNOVATION using electronic media has been a feature of Campbelltown City Council.
Jacob Saulwick The state government risks breaking election promises for 135 new and faster express train services for Sydney and surrounding regions and undermining the viability of the state's XPT service if it...
Nicole Hasham The state government is resisting calls to reveal details of its new train timetables after a leaked draft of the drastic changes sent commuters across Sydney into a spin.
Jacob Saulwick, Nicole Hasham Sydney's biggest train timetable change in almost a decade will include an extra 700 services a week - but some commuters will miss out when trains skip certain stations.
Kirsty Needham Almost 300 patients in need of immediate medical assistance waited more than 45 minutes for an ambulance to arrive last year, including 50 potentially life threatening cases when the patient waited...
Stephanie Gardiner Sean King will spend his 27th birthday on Thursday on trial for murdering the woman he says he loved.
Stephanie Gardiner Sean Lee King, who is accused of murdering his girlfriend, would sometimes become "full on" when he smoked ice, a longtime friend has told his trial.
Jacob Saulwick It is a very un-Sydney problem. Barry O'Farrell and Gladys Berejiklian were beaming when they took reporters to Leppington in the city's far south-west to inspect progress on a new rail line.
Esther Han Almost one in five Domino's Pizza stores in NSW have been slapped with fines for breaching food safety rules since 2008, figures from the Food Authority show.
Anne Tarasov A man arrested for trying to sell ecstasy to minors in the middle of the day near a police station in Sydney's south west was denied bail at Parramatta Bail Court today.
Stephanie Gardiner Playground rumours, squabbles about siblings and plans for a fight after school.
NSW Police have arrested a man in Goulburn and charged him over a number of sexual violence offences dating back more than 20 years.
Damien Murphy LIKE corporate executives who sleep rough one night a year to feel the plight of Australia's homeless, the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, plans to sleep in western Sydney to feel Labor's pain.
Sean Nicholls THE NSW government has caved in to community and political pressure over coal seam gas, announcing a ban on all activity within two kilometres of residential areas and industry clusters, such as...
Eamonn Duff A man was killed and another wounded in two shootings in Sydney's west on Saturday.
Jacob Saulwick, Anna Patty THE Transport Minister has foreshadowed the end of weekend trackwork interrupting commuters' lives as she announced the latest job cuts and changes to Sydney's train system.
Kathryn Wicks If your son or daughter attends a school with more than 88 kids in it, the chances are that one of those children has autism. There's a greater chance, though, you don't even know.
Nick Ralston and Lisa Davies A man has been charged with three counts of murder over the alleged stabbing death of his step-father, mother and brother inside their south-western Sydney home.
Police have seized nearly four kilograms of the drug ice with an estimated street value of more than $3 million after pulling over a car in south-west Sydney.