Michael Koziol The cafe owner who refused to employ a black man has closed its doors; the man he wouldn't hire has found full-time work.
Michael Koziol He wouldn't hire a black barista - now the backlash has put Steven Hu out of business.
Alexandra Back The Fair Work Ombudsman is investigating the owner of a cafe who refused to hire a barista because he is black.
Megan Levy The state government is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the 1993 death of Crispin Dye.
Deborah Snow and Nick Ralston Just after 7 pm last Sunday, former private schoolgirl and daughter of a Labor legend, Harriet Wran, was captured on CCTV footage walking through the lobby of a rundown housing commission block in...
Emma Partridge At the end of last year Harriet Wran opened up to close friends about the drug addiction that plagued her and was determined to claw her way back onto the right track.
Alexandra Back and Megan Levy Heavy rain and strong winds lashed Sydney on Monday afternoon as the commute home began.
Nick Ralston A Sydney bar that sold drinks marketed as "Moonshine" out of jerry cans and a pub manager who offered to shout the bar if NSW was ahead at halftime in State of Origin are among scores of venues...
Harriet Alexander Babies haven't changed, but parenting has, a bit.
Amy McNeilage Missing just one day of school has negative consequences for a student’s academic achievement, the first major study linking poor attendance to lower NAPLAN results has found.
Tim Barlass Rats from Barangaroo are moving back to Millers Point as the elderly are evicted, a United Nations aged care conference was told.
Alexandra Smith Parents have urged Education Minister Adrian Piccoli to consider using empty government buildings such as the births, deaths and marriages office near Central Station for a new inner city high school.
Michael Koziol The office of liquor and gaming has received six applications for exemptions to the lockout, five of them for the pokies room only.
Alexandra Smith School counsellors in independent schools fear students will avoid seeking help or talking openly about their problems because principals can now demand access to their confidential files, the peak...
Nick Ralston It's 1:20am Sunday on Darlinghurst Road in Kings Cross and the panic sets in.
Anna Patty Hospitals and police reported a reduction in serious assaults over the weekend after the introduction of new 1.30am lockout and 3am last drinks laws for licensed venues.
Nick Ralston It's 1.20am on Sunday on Darlinghurst Road in Kings Cross and the panic sets in.
Megan Levy A man has been charged after allegedly dousing his partner in lighter fluid and attempting to set her alight in Potts Point.
An ex-dermatologist allegedly photographed semi-naked patients at Sydney skin cancer clinics, assuring them the pictures were for "clinical purposes".
Rachel Olding When police contacted Sydney women who they allege had been sexually and physically assaulted by their eastern suburbs dermatologist, most had not made a complaint.