Pyrmont

Two men critical after Pyrmont shooting

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Matt Bungard Two men are in a critical condition after a shooting in Pyrmont on Sunday night.

Boxer Josh Smart arrested after Pyrmont shooting

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Nick Ralston Police have arrested an aspiring boxer just hours after he and his father were shot in a targeted attack outside their Pyrmont home on Sunday.

Fish market causes Christmas traffic chaos at Pyrmont

Christmas Eve. Sydney Fish Market

Megan Levy A rush of early-risers heading to the Sydney Fish Market to stock up for a Christmas feast clogged the roads around Pyrmont from dawn on Tuesday.

Body found on Pyrmont balcony

Scene of fatality at the Goldsbrough Mort apartment complex, Pyrmont, 11 January 2014.

Alexandra Smith Police are investigating the death of a man at an inner city apartment block after his body was found on a balcony this morning.

Star looks beyond Pyrmont

The Star Casino - Pyrmont.

Tim Barlass, Sean Nicholls Secret billion-dollar plans revealing key elements of one of the two bids vying to dominate the city's casino business in the future can be revealed for the first time.

Police investigate bank robbery in Pyrmont

Nick Ralston Two men armed with a sledgehammer have robbed an inner-Sydney bank.

Casino showdown: Star looks beyond Pyrmont

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Sean Nicholls and Tim Barlass The owner of the Star casino has unveiled a $1.1 billion redevelopment proposal for its Pyrmont site, featuring two new hotels, a rooftop waterpark and luxury villas, in a bid to trump James Packer’s...

Packed-in Pyrmont is Australia's most densely populated suburb

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Matt Wade It was once known for wharves, shipyards and stores. But the neighbourhood of Pyrmont-Ultimo has a new distinction: it is Australia's most densely populated suburb.

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Historic fleet in hope of a permanent berth at Pyrmont

Nicole Hasham She was built before fibreglass hulls and on-board jacuzzis. She lumbers through the water at dawdling pace. And to George von Martini, she is "my baby".

The daily exodus from western Sydney

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Matt Wade The dearth of jobs in greater western Sydney is causing huge commutes and limiting women's participation in the workforce.

Father and son injured in Sydney shooting

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Nick Ralston An aspiring young boxer and his father have been shot outside their family’s inner-Sydney home in what police believe was a targeted attack.

Libs, hotels boss, reject impropriety

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Sean Nicholls NSW chief executive of the Australian Hotels Association Paul Nicolaou has remained at the helm of the Liberal Party's fund-raising body, the Millennium Forum, despite taking on the role of pubs...

Shooting victim texted threats to gunman from hospital, police say

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Rachel Olding An aspiring boxer who was shot in the back outside his Pyrmont home allegedly sent text messages to the gunman vowing to exact revenge but is refusing to tell police the identity of his attacker.

Dulwich Hill tram extension proving too popular

City bound light rail this morning at 8.30 am
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April 2 2014

Jacob Saulwick A week after opening, Sydney's newest piece of public transport is already sometimes too crowded for all the people who want to use it.

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Dulwich Hill to Central: 40 minutes by tram

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Jacob Saulwick Trams from Dulwich Hill to Central will take about 40 minutes on Sydney's new light rail extension, due to open on Thursday.

Rain fails to dampen Barry O'Farrell's launch of tram extension to Dulwich Hill

The first day of the Light Rail extension from Lilyfield to Dulwich Hill.
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Jacob Saulwick It was raining on the day 13 years, seven months and two weeks ago that Bob Carr opened the previous extension of Sydney's tram line - to Lilyfield.

Liberal fundraising gets serious as mates meet, greet and eat

Sean Nicholls The heavens opened, but still they came for the chance to sup behind closed doors with Premier Barry O'Farrell and many of his most senior ministers.

The good news on jobs

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Matt Wade A slice of Sydney 25 kilometres long and a few kilometres wide has been one of the city's unsung success stories.

Madame Butterfly features talented young brothers Samuel and Benjamin Park

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Elissa Blake Some families have sporting genes. Others have an academic bent. Some are the outdoors type. But one family in Pyrmont seems to have an extraordinary talent for musical theatre.

Housing stress a canary in the coalmine for homelessness: Mission Australia

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Tim Barlass A growing corridor of housing stress that runs from Sydney's west to the city has been highlighted in a submission to the Legislative Council select committee inquiry into social, public and...