Sean Nicholls Former NSW Premier Morris Iemma has blasted Labor head office and opposition leader John Robertson as "hypocritical" over plans to sideline branch members to install their preferred candidate Jihad...
Nicole Hasham Premier Mike Baird declared himself a “friend” of thousands of worshippers at Lakemba mosque, but has refused to be drawn on the government’s handling of a major row that engulfed...
Anna Patty The NSW ALP says it is moving away from the preselection of election candidates who have worked for unions and politicians in favour of people who have had "real jobs" as teachers and nurses.
Saffron Howden The residents of a quiet suburban street in south-western Sydney were shocked to see their diminutive, 85-year-old neighbour arrested by police after a man was shot on Thursday night.
Megan Levy, Saffron Howden An octogenarian in his hospital bed has been charged with shooting with intent to murder after an argument at a strata meeting in south-western Sydney.
Natalie O'Brien and Leila Abdallah Muslim leaders have expressed concerns that pilgrims travelling to Saudi Arabia during the traditional Hajj season which starts next month may be caught up in the new terrorism checks at Australian...
Celebrated principal Jihad Dib to be parachuted in as ALP candidate despite John Robertson's democracy claim
Sean Nicholls Celebrated school principal Jihad Dib will be installed as Labor's candidate for the state seat of Lakemba amid accusations the move undermines opposition leader John Robertson's commitment to...
Megan Levy A woman has been charged after allegedly stabbing a man during a road rage attack in Sydney's south west.
Josephine Tovey A Western Sydney school has changed under Jihad Dib's leadership, writes Josephine Tovey.
Nicole Hasham An independent review of how NSW police investigate themselves has been disparaged as "factually incorrect" and "misconceived", casting serious doubt on state government efforts to improve confidence...
Rachel Olding More than a decade after their arrest, the most comprehensive terror cell in Australian history continues to menace the country with the same messages of violence and anti-western hate being spread...
Michael Koziol The nightly Ramadan meal at Musher Saleh's Lakemba home is a thoroughly modern, family affair; toys litter the floor, the television is glowing but muted, there are tantrums and spillages to manage.
Nicole Hasham They gathered in their thousands in the rosy morning light. Children in their best clothes, teenagers in sneakers.
Megan Levy The man whose nose was bitten off in a vicious attack in Sydney's inner west has been identified as Hells Angels member Peter Zervas.
Saffron Howden The man who allegedly bit off Hells Angels member Peter Zervas’ nose on Tuesday has been arrested and will likely be charged.
Melanie Kembrey A man has been charged with biting off the nose of a Hells Angels bikie in Leichhardt in Sydney's inner west.
Jacob Saulwick At a cost of about half a million dollars, the state government has come up with a Lycra-clad man with a card around his head to promote its new public transport ticket.
Anne Tarasov An 85-year-old man charged with shooting with intent to murder after a dispute with his strata manager was denied bail.
Rachel Olding Within seconds of arriving at a Bankstown unit block inferno, fire crews knew it was something they had never encountered.
Sean Nicholls Two men with a history of violence have been banned from large venues in Kings Cross for a year under the first use of special powers introduced following the death of teenager Thomas Kelly.