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Grave fears held for baby taken by Merrylands mother

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Rachel Olding Grave fears are held for a one month-old baby taken from his western Sydney home by his mother on Monday night.

Youth stabbed in Merrylands party brawl charged with affray

Merrylands brawl. Stabbing victim who has now been charged. His name is Sayed Musawi (DO NOT IDENTIFY HIM - HE IS 17 SO WE ARE NOT ALLOWED). no names, face needs to be blurred. He has been charged with affray. Pics from Facebook.
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Rachel Olding He nearly died after being stabbed in the chest outside a western Sydney birthday party that descended into chaos.

Party host gloats after Merrylands brawl leaves guest in hospital with stab wounds

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Rachel Olding The host of a party that descended into a brawl on Friday night, leaving one teenager in a serious condition with stab wounds and a policeman in hospital, has claimed it was a good night.

Merrylands man critical after double shooting

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Emma Partridge A father of two is fighting for his life and a teenager has gunshot wounds to his stomach, chest and arm after the young man and his friends made a late-night decision to buy a mobile phone from an...

The week terror changed Australia

Killed: Numan Haider.

Damien Murphy Something happened. Australia awoke on Wednesday to a dead Islamic teenager and two knifed police officers.

Afghan Hazara refugees reportedly threatened with knife at soccer training in Sydney

Amy McNeilage A group of Afghan Hazara refugees was reportedly threatened at soccer training by a man wielding a knife in Sydney this week.

Terror raids target family homes of convicted criminals

Suspects' criminal records disclosed: Milad bin Ahmad-Shah al-Ahmadzai.

Nick Ralston and Emma Partridge A man jailed for threatening to slit the throat of a Commonwealth official and another who allegedly helped six people travel to Syria are believed to be the alleged leaders of the group targeted by...

Mechanic Ahmad Azaddin Rahmany arrested in terrorism raids free on good behaviour bond

''Do I look like a terrorist?'': Ahmad Azaddin Rahmany outside court.

Emma Partridge A mechanic arrested during Australia's largest counter-terrorism operation was given a two-year good behaviour bond after police found a stun gun and four rounds of ammunition at his Merrylands home.

Auburn Festival a long way from terror

United: Police officers were part of the diverse crowd enjoying Auburn Festival at Wyatt Park.

Georgina Mitchell It was Western Sydney on a Saturday afternoon, and it felt as if it could not be further from terror.

Teenager fights for life after being stabbed outside Sydney party

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Lisa Visentin A teenager was left fighting for his life and a police officer was injured after gatecrashers descended on a birthday party.

Party brawl: teen stabbed in wild melee

A 17-year-old was stabbed outside a party.

Lisa Visentin, Matt Bungard A birthday for two 18-year-olds and a 13-year-old girl descended into a wild melee that has left a 17-year-old youth in hospital with a stab wound to his chest.

Xie trial: Murder accused offered to adopt surviving relative of slain family, court told

Murder accused Robert Zie with his wife Kathy Lin.

Louise Hall The father of slain newsagent Min Lin says his son-in-law Robert Xie offered to adopt a surviving relative in the hours after the horrific murders were discovered.

Car wash king Anthony Sahade fined for underpaying hundreds of vulnerable workers

Louise Hall Car wash king Anthony Sahade has been caught underpaying hundreds of vulnerable workers at his chain of Crystal Carwash Cafes around Sydney to the tune of almost $180,000.

Lin family murder case like a 'jigsaw puzzle', court told

Louise Hall The murder case against Robert Xie is like a ‘‘jigsaw puzzle’’ with each piece of evidence fitting together to give the whole picture, Senior Crown Prosecutor Mark Tedeschi,...

Lin family killer used a key to their house, court told

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Louise Hall The violent murder of five members of the Lin family was motivated by ‘‘intense bitterness and hatred’’ and carried out by an assailant familiar with the layout of their North...

Thousands in Sydney join global Gaza protests

Pro-Palestinian supporters chant during a rally in Sydney against Israel's recent attacks on Gaza.

Inga Ting More than 4000 Sydney protesters joined hundreds of thousands gathered around the world on Sunday to demand an end to Israeli military strikes on Gaza.

Big increase in student expulsions, suspensions

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Alexandra Smith Students in NSW are being suspended or expelled from public schools at record rates, with the latest figures revealing a 35 per cent rise in the number of times students have been sent home for...

'Opal Man' campaign pushes public transport card in Sydney

Opal Man campaign for Opal cards by Transport for NSW.

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.

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Government does U-turn on $30m WestConnex access plans

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Nicole Hasham The state government has backtracked on a $30 million plan to ease congestion around the WestConnex motorway in an embarrassing move that will increase travel times for Parramatta workers and...