A man who was shot during a struggle with a Sydney police constable has been charged.
Matthew Moore THE number of homes on public land in Redfern and Waterloo will double under plans to radically change the area with the largest concentration of social housing in the inner city.
Aaron Cook It took eight men to move it, but in doing so they lifted a spiritual weight from the shoulders of a congregation.
Geesche Jacobsen CRIME EDITOR A recent drop in crime committed by Aboriginal youth in Redfern is probably "nothing more than a random variation" and not a sign of the success of government policy, a criminologist said yesterday.
Leesha McKenny It wasn't the promotional staff cries to ''get your train without the pain'' or ''hit the snooze, skip the queues'' that signalled integrated electronic ticketing was finally working on Sydney's...
Julie Power Kinks and tangles in a hose can stop water getting to a fire when even a few seconds delay can cost lives.
Tim Barlass A barrister, a former Labor deputy leader and the assistant deputy commissioner of the Tax Office
Stephanie Gardiner Knowing that the man who had just kicked in his front door was a boxing champion, Craig Charles Pitts made the "heinous" decision to pick up a kitchen knife.
Cosima Marriner Hundreds of Sydney families could be forced to find alternative childcare with up to a dozen centres at risk of closing as landlords seek to capitalise on valuable property.
Matt Wade In a modest reserve in the suburb of Ermington, just north of the Parramatta River and not far from Olympic Park, is the point that marks the demographic centre of Sydney.
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.
Emma Partridge A drunk man accused of threatening a taxi driver with a pair of scissors to avoid paying his fare in Sydney's East was expected to appear before Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday.
Amanda Hoh The days of the simple see-saw are over. The kids who use the Chelsea Street playground in Redfern wanted something a little bit more contemporary.
Jacob Saulwick Plans to build a sunken motorway down the middle of Parramatta Road have been shelved after construction companies told the government it would be more expensive than digging a tunnel.
Megan Levy A man has been fined $250 after a late-night dip in Sydney Harbour sparked a police search and fears the swimmer would be struck by a boat.
Gareth Hutchens Frank Stilwell has just sat down for lunch at his favourite cafe when he starts dropping - in the nicest possible way - the names of some of his former students.
Stephanie Gardiner Playground rumours, squabbles about siblings and plans for a fight after school.
Rick Feneley Boxing police at dawn has saved some of Redfern's most troubled indigenous youth from a life of crime and prison but a loss of funding is on the brink of forcing the program to shut down.
WHEN Genevieve Murray offered to help a neighbour to secure and move into a new housing commission home, she got more than she bargained for.
Rick Feneley EVEN if James Packer never fulfils his dream of opening the ''world's best hotel'' on Sydney Harbour, at least he knows who would have worked in it. He's already sealed that deal.