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Light rail tram gets stuck on overpass at Glebe

Bellinda Kontominas Light rail passengers have been left stranded at Glebe after the tram they were on became stuck on an overpass.

Unique Glebe WWI memorial gets timely facelift

Kim Arlington It was more popular with the people than with the arbiters of architectural style.

Glebe Island puts in Olympian effort to transform into gift fair

Leesha McKenny Along with the usual array of glassware, jewellery and at least one animatronic dinosaur, visitors to this year's Reed Gift Fairs will have to negotiate cyclone fencing, a purpose-built ferry...

Glebe Island exhibition centre gets mixed reviews after Reef Gift Fair

New Exhibition centre, Glebe Island.

Leesha McKenny As the doors closed on the first event at Sydney's temporary exhibition centre at Glebe Island, the press release declared it a "unanimous" success.

Battle to retain the old, broken Glebe Island Bridge and inner west's link to the past

Glebe Island Bridge 1870-1875.

Jacob Saulwick The historic Glebe Island Bridge might not be long for this world, after Transport for NSW released an analysis suggesting it should be torn down.

Pump-action shotgun found in Glebe house, police say

Megan Gorrey A man and woman have been charged after police say they found a pump-action shotgun in the bedroom of a Glebe house and a loaded pistol hidden in the yard.

Glebe Island Bridge at centre of NSW government wrangle over its future

Glebe Island Bridge.

Nicole Hasham, Jacob Saulwick Roads Minister Duncan Gay has criticised his government's decision to protect the Glebe Island Bridge and says demolishing the 110-year-old structure should be an option.

Glebe Island Bridge is rotting away

Glebe Island Bridge.

Nicole Hasham The historic Glebe Island Bridge is rotting and parts of it near collapse, according to a new report, fuelling debate on whether to demolish or restore the structure.

Love letter: Sze Yup Temple, Glebe

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Joyce Morgan Your scent drew me. I followed my nose past your brick wall topped with green fluted tiles, around a corner into a suburban backstreet. I stood before your red metal gate flanked by two ceramic lions.

Anger at Glebe housing proposal

Kelsey Munro PUBLIC housing residents have been moved out and demolition works started this week on a Glebe housing estate, but Housing NSW has not lodged a development application for the buildings that will...

Arrest over Glebe shooting

Nick Ralston and Erik Jensen POLICE were questioning a 43-year-old woman last night over the shooting of a man believed to be her father at a unit block in Glebe.

Inseparable Rozelle fire victims Bianka and Jude O'Brien buried in single casket

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 17:  John O'Brien, husband and father of the Rozelle blast victims Bianka and Jude O'Brien arrive to their Funeral service at St Joseph's Catholic Church on September 17, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Daniel Munoz/Fairfax Media via Getty Images)

Nick Ralston There was no place baby boy Jude O' Brien was happier than with his mother Bianka, his father says. 

Controversy over high-rise vision for western harbour

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Peter Munro A push for 20-storey towers across a prime stretch of Sydney Harbour, from Barangaroo to Glebe Island, has sparked alarm, ahead of high-profile business talks on the redevelopment of the area.

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New 'super precinct' needs better transport links, says lobby group

Barangaroo will need better public transport options, says a leading lobby group.

Sean Nicholls Billions of dollars worth of development which will see the Sydney CBD "pivot westwards" must be supported with better public transport options including new train and ferry routes and extended light...

Wentworth Park homeless raising ire of community

Homeless: Lenny Mitcherson and Leonie Valentine.

Michael Koziol Lenny Mitcherson and Leonie Valentine awoke to the sound of someone dismantling their home. From beneath a tarpaulin, they could hear and feel the council workers removing the steel bars keeping...

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The small stories of Darling Street, Rozelle, after the fire

The clean-up in progress at the now-crime scene.

Damien Murphy While much of Sydney was celebrating father's day breakfast, Balmain Town Hall was filled on Sunday morning with people who had their sense of place and certainty shattered.

Women, children injured as car crashes into dance studio

Dance studio crash

Two women and two children were injured when a car crashed into a building in Wollongong on Tuesday morning.

Double vision: planning debate caught in a maze of committees

Yes, minister: Pru Goward is under fire for setting up too many committees.

Leesha McKenny If in doubt, set up a committee. That is the increasing view among development and community groups of the government's planning strategies, six months from the state election.

Sydney weather: rain and wind lash city as roads closed, 700 calls for emergency help

Wild weather: City-bound lanes were closed on the Anzac Bridge on Monday afternoon after a car overturned.

Alexandra Back and Megan Levy Heavy rain and strong winds lashed Sydney on Monday afternoon as the commute home began.

The businesswoman, the politician and questions of influence

Attended fund-raiser: Former Liberal leader John Brogden.

Rachel Browne Education Minister Adrian Piccoli was not the first politician to enjoy the largesse of Maureen Houssein-Mustafa, owner of the private college which is under police investigation over alleged rorting...