Leesha McKenny What started half a century ago as a gesture of peace in a world torn apart by war - the bond of being sister cities across the globe - has become the source of blazing rows in local government.
Kim Arlington For thousands of high school graduates starting lectures and tutorials this week, university is a whole new ball game.
Jacob Saulwick Half-price concession tickets will be offered on Sydney's light rail line for the first time when the line's extension from Lilyfield to Dulwich Hill opens in March.
Mark Dapin I walked out of the pub and woke up in the back of an ambulance. I remember only a little of what happened in between.
Nick Ralston Disgraced footballer Ryan Tandy has been granted bail after a key witness sensationally showed up to the courthouse and backed the former NRL prop’s version of an alleged kidnapping.
Rachel Olding Some of Sydney's Muslim leaders are allegedly encouraging young Australians to participate in the Syrian civil war in a move authorities fear is exacerbating sectarian violence.
Jacob Saulwick When NSW Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian put the brakes on a greenway - a bush corridor, bike and walking track - through Sydney's inner west in 2011, she said she would replace it with a more...
Rick Feneley, Angelo Risso Just 28 minutes separated the births of Warwick Neylan and the future king of England (and perhaps Australia), Prince Whatsisname.
Nick Ralston It takes an hour and a half of questioning but finally Detective Superintendent Arthur Katsogiannis confesses.
Peter Munro By the bitumen on Fitzgerald Avenue is a mess of modern times: a child's pink-and-white plastic bike, a discarded desk chair and a broken washing basket atop a soiled mattress.
Sean Nicholls Barry O'Farrell has been called on to apologise for a perceived racial slur against the Labor frontbencher Linda Burney after he declared she hadn't achieved her career success on merit.
Jacob Saulwick Transport authorities say they are determining how to avoid the multiple failures that hit Sydney on Thursday, which turned a 45-minute power outage into a commuters' nightmare lasting several hours.
Damien Murphy Early on Friday morning three generations of the Bejjani family will set out on their Good Friday pilgrimage to Punchbowl.
Ilya Gridneff Jamil Hossain clearly remembers what he ordered for his five friends at the Red Chilli restaurant in Lakemba after celebrating Bangladesh's Independence Day on March 31.
Ilya Gridneff Don't believe the radio shock jocks, NSW has become a safer place to live according to crime statistics released on Wednesday.
Christine Sams They are the mothers in rugby league's heartland, watching their young boys play soccer. If the chief executive of the Australian Rugby League commission, Dave Smith, is to win over a new generation...
Lisa Davies The mother of Thomas Kelly fought back tears as she levelled thinly-veiled criticism at prosecutors after a murder charge against the man who fatally punched her son was dropped.
Rachel Olding, Lisa Davies, Nick Ralston The man accused of murdering Sydney teenager Thomas Kelly, 18, in Kings Cross this month went on a crime spree lasting more than an hour, punching four people in total, police said.
Geesche Jacobsen THE idea sharia could operate as part of Australian law was ''misconceived'' and minority practices that offend moral standards should be abandoned, the former High Court judge Sir Gerard Brennan...
Anthony Dennis THE latest mail from Leichhardt is in. The post shop has left the local shopping centre and sent itself back to its original address - the National Trust-listed building halfway along Norton Street,...