Jacob Saulwick Trams will run between the eastern suburbs and the city by crossing Moore Park in a tunnel, the state government has determined as part of its $1.6 billion expansion of Sydney's tram network.
Jacob Saulwick Part of the Randwick racecourse would be sliced off for a tram line under a plan proposed by the Randwick City Council.
Eamonn Duff THESE are the first glimpses of how the inside of Sydney's Royal Randwick racecourse will look with its new five-level $150 million grandstand.
Aaron Cook THE University of NSW library may be throwing away thousands of books to make room for laptop-wielding students in the digital age, but figures from nearby Randwick City Library suggest the printed...
Josephine Tovey URBAN AFFAIRS A ZONE around the University of NSW, Randwick Racecourse and the Prince of Wales Hospital, two kilometres in diameter, has been identified for intensive residential, educational and commercial...
Alexandra Smith In Sydney's east, there is a hidden town that boasts tapas and wine bars, late-night cafes, a supermarket, medical services, free Wi-Fi for all residents and - just like any town - a post office.
James Robertson, Leesha McKenny Nearly twice as many Sydney councils have applied for the right to hit ratepayers with extra rate payments this year - increases that they claim are backed by popular support.
Joseph Conrad visited Sydney twice in the late 1800s. On one of the trips, the Polish sailor and writer spent a lot of time outside a pub, transfixed by a street merchant touting ''hot saveloys'' to...
Louise Hall A midwife ordered by a court to pay $6.6 million to a boy who developed cerebral palsy as a result of a botched home birth has been arrested at Sydney airport trying to leave the country on a one-way...
Lane Sainty A 12-year-old boy is in critical condition after apparently falling off a skateboard while holding on to a moving car in Sydney’s inner west.
Jacob Saulwick All parks along the length of the proposed tram line from Circular Quay to the eastern suburbs will be used as construction compounds while the line is being built, government documents show.
Lucy Carroll About 100 NSW medical graduates are likely to miss out on internships this year, despite a record number of junior doctors landing jobs at the state's public hospitals.
Jacob Saulwick Sydneysiders could face more traffic chaos after the government severely underestimated the difficulty of building a tram line through the heart of the city, according to a damning internal report.
Peter Munro As Natalie Wood lay dead and forgotten for eight years on her bedroom floor, someone else was inside her Surry Hills home, neighbours say.
Nicole Hasham Futuristic, military-style drones that scan water for sharks are being considered by the state government to protect bathers.
Rachel Olding, Charmaine Wong The sky was grey but the tree at Bondi Beach was decked in bright shades of red and yellow.
Leesha McKenny The O'Farrell government's much-trumpeted plan to provide 30,000 homes near some of Sydney's main transport developments has been dealt a blow, with community and council opposition forcing delays in...
Leesha McKenny They are as seasonal as cicadas and sunburn, and to some, just as painful. Backpacker vans have descended en masse in Sydney, and managing the influx is an issue not just for beachside councils.
Leesha McKenny The state government's land releases last year were concentrated on Sydney's fringe, prompting warnings from planners that it needs to encourage development in built-up areas or risk urban sprawl.
Daisy Dumas Daisy Dumas meets the people shaping a better Sydney.