SYDNEY Water will permanently seal the broken water main that flooded parts of Paddington and damaged scores of vehicles.
Aaron Cook IT was a radical proposal to solve the parking woes in one of Sydney's most affluent suburbs. Faced with mounting demand for street parking in Paddington and a perceived lack of public transport, two...
A man who slammed an Audi into a Sydney home was driving while almost three times over the legal alcohol limit, police allege.
Josephine Tovey If the property prices didn't give it away, the impending arrival of the first small bar would have: gentrification is engulfing Marrickville.
Emma Partridge Thieves used a stolen car to ram-raid a popular men's clothing store in Sydney's eastern suburbs in what is believed to be the third attack on the business.
Stephen Nicholls The fortnight before Christmas is a time when most Sydneysiders traditionally battle crowded shops, wrapping presents and stocking the fridge with turkey.
Emma Partridge Convicted murderer Simon Gittany was jailed for supplying the party drug ecstasy more than a decade ago.
Julie Power The Historic Houses Trust of NSW has cut off its Friends, refusing to sell new memberships for the non-profit group formed 25 years ago to support its 12 colonial gems.
Hannah Low Oliver Peter Curtis and John Joseph Hartman were living a life many could only dream of.
Julie Power When the society women of Sydney got together in 1941 to sell pre-loved designer frocks to help the poor children of Paddington's slums, 50 women fainted with excitement at the sight of such luxury...
Rick Feneley David McMahon is the gay man who got away. He will never forget the summer's night when a teenage gang ambushed and bashed him and dragged him to a Bondi cliff where their leader told him: ''I'm...
Nicole Hasham A wall of vertical bronze ''fins'' will greet spectators at the Sydney Cricket Ground as the grand old lady of sport is coaxed into the 21st century.
Nicole Hasham Businesses opening their toilets for public use might boost trade but also risk attracting drug users and other undesirables, cafe owners say.
Clearance rates are far stronger than a year ago but two results from the weekend show vendors don't always achieve their dream price. Agents initially quoted more than $1.
Anna Patty The director general of Family and Community Services, Jim Moore, left his job permanently on Monday after being charged with domestic violence offences.
Eamonn Duff The organisers of an international art event have demoted one of their managers to desk duties after it emerged he had been dodging former clients to whom he owed tens of thousands of dollars.
Nick Ralston, Emma Partridge It was to be Sydney's latest ''glam raid'' - $400,000 worth of handbags and other luxury accessories stolen from Louis Vuitton's flagship city store.
Nicole Hasham It has long plagued the minds, and bladders, of Sydneysiders: where is the closest public toilet, and what squalid horrors will confront the user on arrival?
Nicole Hasham and Fabian Di Lizia Businesses opening their toilets up for public use might boost trade but also risk attracting drug users and other undesirables, café owners say.
Emma Partridge Embattled Family and Community Services boss Jim Moore has pleaded not guilty to domestic violence charges involving his partner, a court has heard.