Heath Aston Former Labor minister Cherie Burton will quit politics at the next state election after 16 years as the Member for Kogarah.
James Robertson, Jacob Saulwick It is one of the busiest stations in Sydney, in the middle of a suburb with multiple hospitals, high schools and large businesses.
Nick Ralston A self-styled sheikh who sent offensive letters to the families of dead Australian soldiers has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman during "spiritual healing" sessions in western Sydney.
Emma Partridge A mother and and stepfather have been arrested for allegedly torturing two boys in their care with ropes, sticks, a gas soldering torch and a hammer.
Matt Wade The dearth of jobs in greater western Sydney is causing huge commutes and limiting women's participation in the workforce.
Rachel Olding A coroner has called for a limit of two minutes on all high-speed police pursuits in Sydney following the "avoidable" death of a 21-year-old motorbike rider.
An ex-dermatologist allegedly photographed semi-naked patients at Sydney skin cancer clinics, assuring them the pictures were for "clinical purposes".
Rachel Olding When police contacted Sydney women who they allege had been sexually and physically assaulted by their eastern suburbs dermatologist, most had not made a complaint.
Jacob Saulwick Students travelling to school and HSC exams are being warned that new train, bus and ferry timetables will apply from next week, in the wake of recent Sydney public transport failures.
Harvey Grennan Eight councils have signed a long-term contract with Veolia Environnement Australia that is expected to reduce household waste going to landfill by 60 per cent across greater southern Sydney, with...
Jacob Saulwick, Lucy Carroll, Ed Bodkin Almost all of Sydney's trains ran to time on Monday morning, the first peak hour under the O'Farrell government's new public transport timetable, but commuters across the network were divided about...
Glenn Jackson, Manuel Mitternacht Online scalpers may become the biggest winners of the State of Origin decider on Wednesday.
Kelsey Munro Deep beneath the quaint timber grandstand at Leichhardt Oval, former Tigers player Peter Duffy recalls the ground's glory days.
Jacob Saulwick There will be few if any extra train services in Sydney at weekends when a new timetable is introduced in October, despite the city's rapidly worsening weekend road traffic.
Paul Bibby A former rugby player accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend to death has been granted bail for the third time despite breaching his bail conditions on two previous occasions, and despite new evidence...
Jacob Saulwick Sydney's train operator has pleaded guilty in its first prosecution by the rail safety authority over a 2010 death in which a track cleaner was struck and killed by a train while he was working at...
Jacob Saulwick The state government risks breaking election promises for 135 new and faster express train services for Sydney and surrounding regions and undermining the viability of the state's XPT service if it...
Natalie O'Brien The alleged death threats that have rocked a south Sydney council have ended up in court, with a Rockdale councillor obtaining an interim apprehended violence order against the brother of a fellow...
Nicole Hasham The state government is resisting calls to reveal details of its new train timetables after a leaked draft of the drastic changes sent commuters across Sydney into a spin.
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.