Anna Patty Parents and caseworkers are outraged the state government will abolish two specialist services that provide after-hours support for marginalised teenagers in Kings Cross and Cabramatta.
Rick Feneley Our window table is a lovely perch with a view over the canopy of Hyde Park's figs. As the autumn sunlight streams in to the Hellenic Club, it catches the sheen of a tear on Stepan Kerkyasharian's...
Ilya Gridneff Business is bad for former Telopea Street boy Bashar Ibrahim, who is selling his $4 million Vaucluse home.
Megan Levy A chef has been charged by police after he allegedly stabbed a customer with a metal skewer when he complained about the service at a restaurant in Sydney's west.
Ilya Gridneff Jamil Hossain clearly remembers what he ordered for his five friends at the Red Chilli restaurant in Lakemba after celebrating Bangladesh's Independence Day on March 31.
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...
Paul Bibby Some time on Friday Saleh Jamal will walk out of the South Coast Correctional Centre at Nowra as a free man.
Paul Bibby and Lisa Davies No sooner had he set foot outside the confines of Nowra correctional facility, Saleh Jamal bent to kiss the ground he was now free to walk upon.
Natalie O'Brien THE Lakemba Mosque has issued a fatwa against Christmas, warning followers it is a ''sin'' to even wish people a Merry Christmas.
Rachel Olding, Natalie O'Brien AUSTRALIA'S biggest mosque has backed away from its fatwa against Christmas after harsh criticism from the Muslim community and a tirade of racial abuse.
Rachel Olding A Taser and capsicum spray have been used to restrain a 55-year-old man who threw a police officer through the glass of a shop window in Sydney's west.
Police are pleading for public help to identify a man found critically injured on a busy road in Sydney's south-west.
Rachel Olding When he didn't show up for his mother's funeral, alarm bells started ringing. Mohammed Ayman Abouhait's girlfriend and family members started calling his phone constantly.
Stephanie Gardiner The mother of a young child who was seen holding a sign saying "behead all those who insult the prophet" during the Sydney riots has spoken to police, with authorities deeming her children to be safe.
Rachel Olding, Nick Ralston MUSLIM leaders in Sydney have broken ranks with their international counterparts to say there should be no more protests against the anti-Islamic film that has sparked violent riots around the world.
Nick Ralston, Rachel Olding TWO men have been charged after allegedly trying to recruit people to a violent anti-Islamic rally in Sydney's CBD this weekend in response to last Saturday's demonstration by Muslims.
Rachel Olding, Phillip Coorey POLICE say they are closing in on those responsible for the anti-American violence on the weekend, as the Muslim community and national authorities try to stave off a second wave of demonstrations...
Kelly Burke, Rachel Olding A MUSLIM man who once called Osama bin Laden a ''soldier of God'' participated in a brutal flogging of a man to impose his religious beliefs and his standing in the Islamic community, police have...
Anna Patty, Leesha Mckenny THE state government is seeking advice on new laws that would extend police powers to ask traffic offenders to remove a face veil for identification.
Alexandra Smith State Politics THE former community services minister Linda Burney will be elected NSW Labor's deputy leader today, and the former police minister Michael Daley will be shadow treasurer in the reduced shadow...