A man who armed himself with a sword during an argument at a unit block in Sydney's inner west has been charged after another man was assaulted.
Megan Levy A man has suffered horrific leg injuries after being struck by a train at Marrickville railway station.
James Robertson Marrickville Council last night abandoned a controversial proposal to give concrete priority over trees when repairing council footpaths.
Josephine Tovey MARRICKVILLE Council's controversial push for a boycott of Israel was quashed at a tempestuous, crowded meeting last night.
Josephine Tovey MARRICKVILLE Council's push for a boycott of Israel is likely to be quashed at a meeting tonight despite an attempt by the mayor, Fiona Byrne, to soften the move by calling for an in-principle...
Josephine Tovey In a seat it has held for 101 years, Labor will fight a beachhead battle today, with Deputy Premier Carmel Tebbutt under extreme threat from the Greens..
Josephine Tovey THE Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu has penned a letter of praise to Marrickville Council over its support for a boycott of Israel, almost two months after the policy was abandoned amid an angry...
Kelsey Munro URBAN AFFAIRS OPPOSITION to an expansion of the Marrickville Metro mall is growing after the council moved to block the developer's plans to buy an adjacent road.
Sean Nicholls THE NSW upper house MP, Sylvia Hale, has failed in her bid to contest the seat of Marrickville for the Greens after the deputy mayor of Marrickville, Fiona Byrne, beat her in a preselection ballot.
Rachel Browne Former Greens politician Sylvia Hale is giving $500,000 to Bridge Housing, which provides affordable accommodation to the homeless and those at risk of homelessness.
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...
Daisy Dumas Devotees to the victory rolls, red lips and winged eyeliner of the post-war decade will gather at Rose Seidler House on Sunday.
Daisy Dumas As far as comments on modern day excess go, there can be few more logistically challenging than editing one's life to fit neatly into a home that can be crossed in two paces.
Michael Koziol Illegal warehouse parties have proliferated since the state's new liquor laws were introduced, according to club owners and music promoters, with partygoers trying to escape 1.
Tim Barlass It is a scene from a byegone era. A big top tent, lions walking along planks, a performing monkey (rhesus macaque) riding on a miniature horse and camels doing a turn.
Daisy Dumas Raymond Ingram and Tali Tabuai pace Marrickville’s Henson Park oval as the sun sets on one of their last training days before next Sunday’s City2Surf.
James Robertson The state government appears to have quietly doubled its projections for the number of new houses that will line a major redevelopment of land around Parramatta Road.
Alexandra Smith Parents have urged Education Minister Adrian Piccoli to consider using empty government buildings such as the births, deaths and marriages office near Central Station for a new inner city high school.
Esther Han If you want to buy fresh, seasonal produce, support local growers and cut your carbon footprint, farmers markets are the place to be.
Leesha McKenny London or New York might salivate at the prospect of reviving an inner-city heritage landmark, but in Sydney it seems we’d rather swap it for a car park.