Coogee

Man in induced coma after Coogee rock pool dive goes wrong

Police arrived to find a "naked, hysterical" woman trying to help her friend out of the water.

Coogee mums ready for run of their lives

2014 Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon. Members of the Coogee  Cougars pictured at Coogee Beach after their morning run. The two ladies on left are, Organiser, Jo Davison and Carolyn O'Brien. Photo: Peter Rae Thursday 24 April 2014

Amanda Hoh It began as a simple story. A bunch of mums get together for a few training runs in the hope of improving their times in the City to Surf.

Backpackers evacuated due to Coogee fire

Fire

A fire in a kitchen exhaust fan has forced the midnight evacuation of scores of backpackers and diners in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

Glassing, drink-driving incidents in Coogee

Police

A man has been glassed in the face with a broken bottle during an argument in Sydney's east.

Bikies linked to Coogee bombing

Coogee tattoo

Dylan Welch A TATTOO parlour in Coogee owned by two of Sydney's most notorious bikies has been gutted by fire after a petrol bombing, with the street gang Notorious the prime suspect.

Arrests over alleged sexual assault at Coogee

Rebecca Richardson Three men have been arrested after a teenage girl was allegedly sexually assaulted in Coogee last night.

Coogee protest against high-rise

MORE than a thousand Coogee residents yesterday rallied against a seven-storey redevelopment of the Coogee Bay Hotel they fear will turn their low-rise beach suburb ''into the Gold Coast''.

The Mother's Day that never happened: search for Richard Sajko continues

Richard Sajko

Rachel Olding Richard Sajko was usually a quiet, shy man but in the days leading up to Mother's Day in 1995, his mother sensed he was "very disturbed".

Record numbers cause headaches as medical interns battle for spots

Interns

Lucy Carroll About 100 NSW medical graduates are likely to miss out on internships this year, despite a record number of junior doctors landing jobs at the state's public hospitals.

Good news for Julie McCrossin as she takes to Coastrek

Julie McCrossin

Daisy Dumas For Julie McCrossin, walking a 10-kilometre stretch in Sydney's annual 100-kilometre Coastrek was her ultimate goal - and on Friday, the former broadcaster crossed her own finishing line.

Property: No pennies from heaven, just a mere $172,000 over reserve

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Stephen Nicholls A two-year search for South Coogee couple Daniel and Talya Lavner's first home ended on Saturday when they paid $1,172,000 - $172,000 over the reserve - for a three-bedroom home in Maroubra.

Deadly endings after relationships went so askew

Keelie Dutton, stabbed in Miller unit, partner David Murray charged, November 26. Image supplied.

Rachel Olding On the same day the media crowded into the Supreme Court to hear a judge find Simon Gittany guilty of murdering his girlfriend Lisa Harnum, Keeli Dutton lay dead in her apartment.

Life-saving lesson for migrants out of their depth in ocean

Daisy Dumas Thanks to the heavens opening, Coogee beach was all but deserted at midday on Sunday, save for a large and colourful group of swimmers and surf lifesavers.

Next stop: potential redevelopment for the Waverley Bus Depot?

Waverley Bus Depot

Daisy Dumas It is a property developer's dream: 21,000 square metres of prime Sydney real estate on the edge of the city's grandest park, 360 degree views across the entire city and harbour, zoned to build up to...

Sydney wetter than Darwin, but end of rain is in sight

Wet weather

Rachel Olding Continual rain has turned Sydney into the tropics with an unusual run of warm, wet days outdoing Darwin's wet season.

Bondi walk a step too far

The steep stairway on the coastal walk between Bondi and Tamarama where there are plans to add a wheelchair and pram friendly pathway linking parts of the existing coastal walk.

Lucy Carroll In a city where people worship the beach, the coastal path that connects Bondi to Bronte is prime lure.

Kings Cross venues want late-trading trials extended

Safer Sydney

Sean Nicholls Two of the largest venues in Kings Cross are asking the City of Sydney council to renew trials of late trading for two years amid debate about alcohol-fuelled violence and its relationship with...

Secrets of the family

Cult

Tim Elliott Peace, love and mind control - one Sydney couple's journey through the Twelve Tribes religious cult.

Restrictions may push Sydney street violence into suburbs, Clover Moore warns

A man is led away by police

Nicole Hasham A crackdown on central Sydney pubs and clubs risks moving the problem of alcohol-fuelled violence to nearby suburbs, Lord Mayor Clover Moore says.

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