Paul Bibby It was August 3, 2010, and Kristi Anne Abrahams stood before the television cameras sobbing uncontrollably.
Stephanie Gardiner A man accused of the stabbing murder of a teenage boy at Bankstown station told him, "I run Bankstown, I own Bankstown", about two hours before confronting him with a large knife, a court has heard.
Stephanie Gardiner A man accused of the stabbing murder of a teenage boy at Bankstown station told him, ''I run Bankstown, I own Bankstown'', about two hours before confronting him with a large knife, a court has heard.
Paul Bibby, Lisa Davies Roger Kingsley Dean sits in the Mount Druitt police station, his white shirt singed and stained with soot, and tells police: ''It was like Satan saying to me that it's the right thing to do.
Paul Bibby As Robert Smith, pale and pasty, was taken away by Corrective Services officers on Friday to begin more than a decade in jail, a member of the gallery screamed at him: ''I hope you rot in hell.''
Rachel Browne Thousands of people using Anglican emergency relief services in NSW are cutting their children's meal sizes to make food go further, and many children are going without for more than an entire day.
Leesha McKenny Planning Minister Brad Hazzard has refused to say where Sydney's 545,00 new homes should be built, declaring that the marketplace should be given a far greater say in the decision.
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...
Josephine Tovey, Daniel Hurst, Amy McNeilage The latest NAPLAN reading scores for primary schools show a wide gulf of performance between Sydney's east and west, data visualisation shows.
Eamonn Duff Two heavily pregnant women were turned away from a western Sydney maternity ward within 48 hours - giving birth in a home and the hospital car park - amid claims by midwives of a sick health system...
Eamonn Duff A man was killed and another wounded in two shootings in Sydney's west on Saturday.
Emma Partridge A man accused of shooting a man dead in front of his wife and child in Sydney's west was refused bail at court on Saturday.
Jacob Saulwick MORE groups are emerging in support of a second airport in Sydney's west, including community bodies and veterans of the mid-1990s airport debate who say there is no alternative to building an...
The case against a Sydney woman accused of murdering her six-year-old daughter is circumstantial, a judge has been told.
Stephanie Gardiner A black Audi driving erratically in the middle of the night in Sydney's north-west, bundles of cash spotted on the driver's seat, a car chase and $10,000 thrown out of the window.
Paul Bibby A woman accused of murdering her daughter, six-year-old Kiesha Weippeart, has been committed to stand trial.
Saffron Howden The stepfather of a six-year-old girl allegedly murdered in western Sydney more than a year ago has pleaded guilty to her manslaughter.
Rachel Browne, Saffron Howden and Neil Mercer with Jenna Daroczy, Ilya Gridneff and Tim Barlass THE man charged with the Quakers Hill Nursing Home fire that killed five elderly residents was interviewed by police on another matter just hours before the blaze was lit.
'A firefighter's worst nightmare' as multiple deaths confirmed after fire breaks out in nursing home
Glenda Kwek, Stephanie Gardiner and Saffron Howden A blaze that tore through a Sydney nursing home at dawn, killing three people, was sparked in two places and police are treating it as "suspicious".
John Huxley It might have had an unusually wet start and a decidedly soggy centre, but yesterday's Sun-Herald City2Surf produced a thrilling home run as Liam Adams outran some 69,000 finishers sprinkled with...