Bellinda Kontominas Light rail passengers have been left stranded at Glebe after the tram they were on became stuck on an overpass.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kim Arlington It was more popular with the people than with the arbiters of architectural style.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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...
Alexandra Back and Megan Levy Heavy rain and strong winds lashed Sydney on Monday afternoon as the commute home began.
Tim Barlass Life's tough when you are living on the streets. It's tougher trying to find a bed for the night when you have a dog in tow. Most hostels don't welcome canine sleepovers.
Peter Munro The sun is rising as the party starts at 6.30am for these strangely sober people, dressed in glitter, lycra and little else. So many sweat bands and high-cut leotards.
Louise Hall The head of an eating disorders foundation has welcomed a coroner's findings that a young woman who took her own life had anorexia nervosa.
Nicole Hasham Prized harbourfront land in Sydney’s inner west will be opened up to developers as the Baird government pursues the state's largest urban renewal program since the Olympics.
Nicole Hasham They are ''not pretty'' by any measure, but without the greasy barges, cranes and tugs that occupy its bays, Sydney Harbour would grind to a halt, marine operators say.
Nicole Hasham A state government agency set up to serve private interests will run a massive redevelopment of state-owned waterside land, despite an official report saying the area must remain in public ownership.
Kim Arlington Had the 1980 Miracle Mile ended in a less dramatic fashion, the new residents of Harold Park could have found themselves living in a precinct known as Paleface Adios.