Kate Coughlan ‘ Ricky Miller, who busks as Goldman the Viking, was charged with assault after a fight with a security guard in the alley behind Foto Supplies on Thursday.
Stephanie Gardiner, Lauren Farrow It was a spontaneous street fight between two acquaintances that left one man dead and the other convicted of murder.
Nicole Hasham Two national culture giants will lead a world-class indigenous centre at Barangaroo, amid warnings it could become a "dry monument" for overseas tourists.
A man has been sentenced to a maximum of 16 years in prison for the murder of a man he punched during a Sydney street fight.
Julie Power Jews and Muslims will share the last available burial space at Rookwood Cemetery to avoid a critical shortage that would have caused the Muslims to run out of space to bury their dead within three...
Rachel Browne The president of the NSW branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia, Don Rowe, has accused RSL clubs of exploiting the Anzac legend.
Paul Bibby and Stephanie Gardiner A Sydney man has been found guilty of murder over a drunken fight in which he punched and stomped on a man who had a potentially fatal, hidden brain defect.
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Melissa Davey PUNISHING hotels and clubs for the drunken behaviour of patrons by introducing mandatory closing hours would be unfair, says the Australian Hotels Association, responding to a study that high-risk...
Rachel Browne EITHER the people of Campbelltown are very lucky or they buy a lot of lottery tickets.
Stephanie Gardiner, Ben Cubby, Peter Munro THE zookeeper critically injured by a Taronga Zoo elephant is known for her unusually intense relationship with the animals and had told colleagues she could talk with them telepathically.
Louise Hall An appeal by union boss Kathy Jackson against a court decision to place the Health Services Union East branch into administration has been expedited and is likely to be heard next month.
Bomb threat victim Madeleine Pulver says she is "very relieved" after the arrest in the United States of an Australian man accused of fastening a fake bomb around her throat.
Nick Miller and Peter Mitchell in Louisville CHILLING details were revealed in a US court today about how finance executive Paul ''Douglas'' Peters allegedly broke into Sydney schoolgirl Madeleine Pulver's family home and strapped a fake bomb...
Sacha Molitorisz IT MAY be Bondi Beach's best-kept secret. Given the locals' taste for baring it all, it may be the suburb's only secret. And that is: the famous strand is at its best in autumn.
Saffron Howden Crime A SIMPLE shower cubicle does the job; a garden shed, garage, or suburban kitchen is even better.
Jacob Saulwick THE NSW government will go to the state election without a plan to handle the massive growth in container freight expected for Sydney, despite promising one.
Harvey Grennan SEVENTEEN of the 106 country town water supplies in NSW fail to comply with water quality standards, says a report that threatens to remove their control from local councils.
Malcolm Brown THE cost of fixing roads and bridges after three weeks of flooding across about 60 NSW local government areas could reach $1 billion.
Louise Hall THE state government is refusing to release cabinet documents despite passing a 10-year publication embargo because they reveal personal opinions of ministers at the time.