Esther Han A night of drag racing under the influence was cut short when one of drivers reversed his car into that of an innocent motorist, Hornsby police allege.
Heath Gilmore A Sydney council is investigating whether to privatise its childcare centres, reigniting fears that local authorities are looking to exit the sector.
Amanda Hoh Five people have been taken to hospital after a demountable building in which they were working flipped during the freak storm that hit Hornsby on Monday afternoon.
Peter Hannam The tornado that ripped trees out of the ground and collapsed a cinema roof in Hornsby left a trail of damage as much as three kilometres long, investigators from the Bureau of Meteorology found.
Natalie O'Brien, Michaela Whitbourn Waterfront homeowners can legally chop down trees which might be ruining a million-dollar harbour view in some of Sydney's most sought-after residential areas, under controversial new vegetation...
Leesha McKenny Rubbish collections have been suspended across Sydney after the one of Australia’s largest waste management companies grounded its entire fleet following an accident that has left a man dead in...
Leesha McKenny and Eryk Bagshaw Garbage services halted across Sydney are expected to begin to return to normal, after councils were advised that some of the trucks grounded by one of Australia’s largest waste management...
Matt Wade Forget the harbour and the beaches, shopping malls have a much bigger influence on how people spend their days in Sydney.
Jacob Saulwick The federal government needs to drop its opposition to funding public transport if Sydney is to continue driving the country’s economy, according to an influential private lobby.
Jacob Saulwick Some Sydney roads are so clogged that even building multibillion-dollar tunnels underneath will not make them faster to drive on.
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Jacob Saulwick About 1000 stores will begin selling the Opal public transport smartcard from next Sunday, Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian says, as the government prepares to retire 14 paper-based tickets.
James Robertson How many council workers does it take to pick up the garbage? That depends where you live.
Matt Wade Forget the harbour and the beaches, its shopping malls that shape daily life in Sydney.
Patrick Begley A truck fire on the M1 near Brooklyn has left northbound traffic banked back three kilometres, marring the first day of the school holidays.
Patrick Begley Families trying to get out town on the first day of school holidays faced a 14 kilometre traffic snarl on the M1 motorway after a large fire incinerated a truck carrying wine.
Jacob Saulwick Sydney Trains will embark on a pre-election blitz to spruce up another 28 train stations, including some that have only recently been the subject of multi-million dollar upgrades.
Louise Hall NSW criminal courts continue to be dominated by men aged in their 30s with just one in five defendants being female, new figures show.
Saffron Howden Police said the man became trapped beneath the train carriage when it pulled away from the station.
Megan Levy Witnesses to a fatal train accident in Sydney's inner west said they saw the victim lose his balance on the platform before falling between two carriages, police say.