Rachel Olding Two teenage schoolgirls who had been missing since Wednesday have been found at a north shore railway station.
Susan Wellings A CONTROVERSIAL new north shore apartment tower approved by the NSW Planning Minister, Tony Kelly, in the last days of the Labor government faces a major legal challenge by residents.
AMY LEE is conflicted. She knows transforming sleepy Roseville by lining the highway with five-storey apartment blocks will be good for business - she is the long-time assistant manager of the...
Alexandra Smith In Sydney's east, there is a hidden town that boasts tapas and wine bars, late-night cafes, a supermarket, medical services, free Wi-Fi for all residents and - just like any town - a post office.
Cosima Marriner Flawed demographic modelling led to the short-sighted decision to shut primary schools across the north shore 25 years ago, parents say, forcing the O'Farrell government to spend $70 million on new...
Alexandra Smith He loved to impersonate Elvis and even the odd prime minister but one of the country's longest serving mayors was happiest when he was wearing his mayoral robes and chains, and representing his...
The latest analysis by the North West Rail Link project team shows the Chatswood interchange will work effectively when the North West Rail Link opens, including at the busiest time of the day.
Jacob Saulwick When Barry O'Farrell and Gladys Berejiklian announced in June 2012 they would build the $8.3 billion north-west rail link as a privately-operated shuttle to Chatswood, they said it would be the first...
Jacob Saulwick Transport planners inside the state government are working on a fix for the crippling congestion along Military Road and to Sydney's northern beaches - by 2036.
Jacob Saulwick The O'Farrell government was told it would save $200 million from building the north-west rail link with smaller tunnels - a decision that will mean the new line will never be able to run double-deck...
Jacob Saulwick, Esther Han For the past five years, Simon and Caroline Rigby have shuttled their four children to weekend sports games, music lessons and drama sessions all over Sydney from their Gordon home.
A teenager will face court after he allegedly sped at more than 200km/h through Sydney's north then led police on a pursuit while drink-driving.
Alexandra Back NSW Fair Trading has warned people to be on the look-out for con artists dressed as Buddhist monks after dozens of smh.com.
Jacob Saulwick About half of all Sydney train passengers will be able to use Opal cards by the end of next week.
Alexandra Back A person is injured after being hit by a train at Roseville Station.
Jacob Saulwick The number of complaints about Sydney's train system increased by 7 per cent last year, with the largest share relating to the comfort and convenience of travel.
Jacob Saulwick More buses on major routes across Sydney will stop at fewer places, in an attempt to improve travel times.
Jacob Saulwick The cost of paper-based public transport tickets will rise from early next year, but the government will try to lure more commuters onto the Opal card by holding those fares steady.
James Robertson Fire crews are fighting more than 20 out-of-control blazes across NSW, after winds and high temperatures combined to cause havoc across the state.
Jacob Saulwick The smartcard makes its debut on Sydney buses next week.