Sarah Whyte, Matt Carr A wild fire, with flames as high as a ''power pole'', ripped through a car park in Sydney's Olympic Park on Sunday, destroying more than 40 cars that were heard exploding, causing authorities to...
Megan Levy, Sarah Whyte, Matt Carr As least 43 cars were destroyed in a large fire that swept across a car park in Homebush in Sydney's west today.
Anna Patty A new $43 million bridge will be built across Homebush Bay to connect Rhodes to Wentworth Point.
PETER HAWKINS ROSEHILL may have hosted the Golden Slipper for two-year-old thoroughbreds yesterday but at the Royal Easter Show, Homebush, another type of horse was sending crowds into a frenzy.
Sean Nicholls The NSW government is preparing to use a valuation system described as ''unfair and inadequate'' to compensate owners of hundreds of homes and businesses marked for demolition to make way for major...
Alexia Attwood, Nicole Hasham Young father Joe Slakey had dreams of building a playground wonderland in his Haberfield backyard, and opening a restaurant in the nearby inner west.
Nicole Hasham The state government's landmark planning reforms are under serious threat after the NSW upper house blocked key parts of the new laws, in a move the developer lobby has described as a “disaster”.
Jacob Saulwick More than 100 properties through Sydney's west and inner west will be purchased to make room for the first stages of the O'Farrell government's WestConnex motorway.
Jacob Saulwick Motorists who now drive for free along the M4 will face tolls of more than $4 each way in four years, but the government cannot say how much time they will save when the road is widened.
Josephine Tovey Live updates from the frontline of the NSW bushfire crisis.
Jacob Saulwick Motorists who drive for free on the M4 will pay a toll of up to $4 a trip when the road is widened in four years, the O'Farrell government announced on Thursday amid more details of its promised...
Nicole Hasham Yards filled with rotting junk and overgrown grass are rampant and derelict buildings can blight a street for decades because NSW's waste laws are failing, councils say.
Kate McClymont and Sean Nicholls Richard Torbay has learned the hard way that you can't always get what you want.
Jacob Saulwick Sydney's train operator has failed to use $100 million rail facilities built five years ago that would make city train services more reliable.
Cosima Marriner Schools are being forced to fund basic resources such as extra teachers and pay for power bills from the money they raise from renting out their classrooms and playgrounds out of hours.
Jacob Saulwick Not even the transport minister can get a straight answer out of RailCorp about what is going wrong on Sydney's trains.
Jacob Saulwick, Nicole Hasham Sydney's biggest train timetable change in almost a decade will include an extra 700 services a week - but some commuters will miss out when trains skip certain stations.
Matt Wade Blue-collar strongholds in Sydney's west have shrunk dramatically over the past decade and some close to the central business district have vanished altogether as the city's employment profile...
Leesha McKenny Eight precincts have been earmarked for high-rise apartment blocks up to 30 storeys tall and increased commercial development as part of a state government plan to boost high-density housing and...
Linton Besser, Kate McClymont THE disgraced former resources minister Ian Macdonald stood to make as much as $4.6 million in kickbacks from deals between his mates and the departments he ran, according to sensational evidence...