Leesha McKenny An Anglican minister whose historic church in the inner west was gutted by fire at the weekend said he suspected the blaze had been deliberately lit.
Ilya Gridneff Parts of Sydney's inner west were plunged into darkness tonight after a power blackout struck about 7pm.
Darren Goodsir Nine new light rail stations will be built after a long-awaited $176 million plan to expand the fledgling transport service was approved today.
Jacob Saulwick Rail lines to Sydney's south west and north west are the major transport projects to win funding in today's state budget, which also includes $30 million in planning funds for a new Sydney motorway.
Steve Jacobs The NSW government has bought the company that owns the light rail and the monorail and has announced it will be pulled down.
Josephine Tovey In a seat it has held for 101 years, Labor will fight a beachhead battle today, with Deputy Premier Carmel Tebbutt under extreme threat from the Greens..
Tim Barlass IN WAR they were enemies but two Sydney families have had a friendly, and timely, encounter.
Aaron Cook EVERY December they take over houses around Sydney, a creeping net of wires and glass that transform each dusk into a neon sunrise.
Jacob Saulwick THE state government is making only minimal changes to the proposed light rail line to Dulwich Hill, despite local councils and the Roads and Traffic Authority requesting more pedestrian bridges and...
Matthew Moore STATE cabinet has agreed to spend $286 million to build a pedestrian tunnel to link Barangaroo with Wynyard station.
Andrew West and Tom Reilly A PLAN to buy out the privately run stations on the airport rail line, and link inner western and south-eastern Sydney with light rail via Sydney Airport and the job-rich Mascot area, has gained...
Josephine Tovey SYDNEY should continue to build residential developments of medium- and high-density but only if the state government commits to provide enough buses, trains and trams.
Erik Jensen Voodoo dolls, pornographic text messages and fetishes made from the hair and underpants of a woman sexually assaulted during a series of prayer session were used to convince her she was cursed, the...
Andrew West TRANSPORT IT IS ONE of the few good stories the NSW government has to tell on public transport - yet it has refused traditional bragging rights, perhaps because of a struggle taking place inside the state's...
Brian Robins and Kelsey Munro WORK on the light rail extension to Dulwich Hill will begin by December and should be completed within two years, with the state government using more of the disused freight rail corridor for urban...
Josephine Tovey Commuters using new light rail between the inner west and the CBD will have to pay separate fares when changing to buses and trains, after the state government dashed hopes of integrated ticketing...
Kate Benson HEALTH THE death of a teenager injured in a school rugby match will be investigated by the state health watchdog.
Andrew West TRANSPORT A SPLIT has emerged among cyclists over one of the state government's key public transport promises.
Andrew West TRANSPORT LABOR MPs and councillors are stepping up pressure on the Keneally government to extend the light rail network beyond plans in the budget.
ANDREW WEST INDUSTRY and transport groups say the Keneally government missed the chance to spend its $101 million budget surplus on starting vital new transport projects, including the north-west rail link.