Rose Powell Police wearing riot gear have raided a Newtown landmark early on Thursday evening.
Rose Powell Distressed at being forced out of the Hat Factory Social Centre, squatters say they could have at least been given proper notice.
Saffron Howden Chaos on a busy inner-Sydney street has been narrowly avoided after a crane toppled on a construction site on Friday afternoon.
Megan Levy Motorists and bus commuters in Newtown have been warned to expect major delays during Tuesday's morning peak hour due to emergency repairs on King Street that are expected to take several hours to...
Leesha McKenny Police are investigating two Anzac Day glassings that occurred within hours of each other on the same inner west street.
Of all the unusual sights to have graced Newtown's King Street, the vision of two runaway buffalo competing with cars for right of way is surely unique.
Kirsty Needham NSW Labor MP Penny Sharpe has won preselection for the seat of Newtown for the 2015 State election.
Sean Nicholls Penny Sharpe is no stranger to tight electoral contests, having worked as campaign manager for her Labor colleague Carmel Tebbutt to fend off a charge by the Greens to steal the prized seat of...
Nicole Hasham The Newtown markets will live to sell another lavender soy candle after Marrickville Council backflipped on a decision to shut them down.
Nicole Hasham In a suburb where hipsters outnumber hippies and grunge is fast giving way to glam, Newtown's eclectic Saturday markets were a last bohemian stand.
Adele Horin FIRST came the DINKS - Double Income No Kids - then came the gays. And before you could say ''sea salt'', organic grocers, fusion food, and candle shops had arrived in Newtown.
Damien Murphy ONLY in Sydney could pork pie hats, dreadlocks, tattoos and Bugaboo strollers vie with Gant slacks, Zegna linen jackets, Carla Zampatti creations and Audi four-wheel-drives in the belief they best...
Josephine Tovey It is a tribute to one of the 20th century's most renowned protests: a mural facing the railway tracks in Newtown showing two black medallists giving a defiant raised-fist salute at the 1968...
Jacob Saulwick Transport
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.
Harriet Alexander Babies haven't changed, but parenting has, a bit.
Louise Hall A father accused of using his car to tow his skateboard-riding son will face a hearing on charges of negligent driving and dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm.
Leesha McKenny If Wednesday morning feels like a grind, here could be your reason why: Sydney's traffic is at its worst heading into the middle of the working week, new data has found.
Saffron Howden A gas leak at a construction site in a shopping centre complex at Miranda has forced evacuations and road closure
Tim Elliott One day they were there and the next day they were not. Goths, that is. Not the Germanic tribes who dominated central Europe in the middle of the first millennium, but the sub-culture.