Rachel Olding Just hours before allegedly bashing his aunt to death with a brick, Jamie May posted online that he was "getting ready for a mad night so lookout i reckon its gonna be something i wont regret".
Rachel Olding A man has been charged with murdering his 61-year-old aunt in her Redfern home on Friday night.
A man remains under police guard in hospital following the death of a woman in Redfern last night.
Melanie Kembrey A man remains in hospital under police guard and a woman is dead after a fatal assault in Redfern on Friday night.
Two crime scenes have been established in Redfern after a man was stabbed on Saturday night.
Kim Arlington Its days are numbered but Alex Tui is determined Redfern's famous Aboriginal flag mural will ''go down looking pretty''.
Kate McClymont, Michaela Whitbourn It was just as well that an outrageous fortune from a crooked coal deal flowed Eddie Obeid's way after the horrible ''slings and arrows'' from his childhood.
Linda Morris The toffee lady came every Sunday afternoon, the iceman came door-to-door but the Sydney Story Factory wants to know: what happened the day Muhammad Ali came to Redfern?
Jacob Saulwick When it comes to Sydney power couples, they don't come much more powerful than Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his wife, former deputy premier Carmel Tebbutt.
Jacob Saulwick For the past five years Edward Hartigan, 29, has been travelling from Campbelltown to Redfern on weekday mornings to pick up copies of The Big Issue to sell in the city.
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.
Nicole Hasham The City of Sydney has demanded control of Barangaroo, Circular Quay, Darling Harbour and other prime land in a bold push to substantially expand its borders.
James Robertson Clover Moore will move to grant up to $110,000 in ratepayers' money to help hundreds of public housing tenants who are soon to be evicted by the state government.
Rachel Browne Sydney's nature strips and neglected open spaces all have the potential to become productive community gardens, says restaurateur Bill Granger who believes councils could do more to support the...
Megan Levy One man is dead and three other people have been seriously injured after falling from balconies and roofs in separate accidents in NSW in just one day, police say.
Rachel Olding A man who survived falling 15 metres from an inner-city roof on Sunday had been celebrating his birthday with a long afternoon and night of partying.
Paul Bibby and Dan Harrison The High Court of Australia has given people who do not identify as male or female formal legal recognition.