Julie Power A small Strathfield family company has been selected from 5500 entrants as one of six finalists for a prestigious award.
Rachel Olding Police have withdrawn charges against a man accused of raping a teenager at Strathfield station.
Saffron Howden A teenage girl has been charged over allegedly lying about being sexually assaulted in a toilet block at a Sydney train station.
Emma Partridge A man has been shot dead after answering a knock at his front door at Strathfield in Sydney's inner-west.
Emma Partridge, Kate McClymont Many people wanted Sydney father Joe Antoun dead. The father-of-two was shot at close range up to five times after he answered a knock on the door of his family home at Strathfield on Monday night.
Sam Rigney THEY had spent the day in Sydney taking in the sights and watching the Lion King stage production. Then things turned ugly.
Nick Ralston The woman who unleashed a racist tirade on a packed peak-hour train is not who she says she is.
Jacob Saulwick When the state government changes tack on a big road project, these are the people left wondering.
Emma Partridge An elderly man who tried to pick-up a takeaway pizza was left in intensive care after he was punched to the ground during a road rage attack in Sydney’s inner west on Monday.
Melanie Kembrey A man is in hospital in a critical condition after his ear was severed during a road rage attack in Sydney's north west.
Emma Partridge Racial taunts at a set of traffic lights sparked a bloody road rage attack that left a man fighting for his life in a Sydney hospital, according to two men involved.
Jacob Saulwick The State Parliament will be denied a chance to investigate the biggest motorway in the country's history after a Shooters and Fishers Party MP cut a deal to save a park near his inner west home.
Melanie Kembrey A woman has apologised after unleashing a racist tirade on a packed peak hour train.
Megan Levy An elderly man suffered a fractured neck when he was punched to the ground in what police have described as a "cowardly attack" following a minor car crash in Sydney's west.
Michaela Whitbourn Geoffrey Watson has developed an impressive taxonomy for troublemakers, from ''old-fashioned shyster fraudsters'' to garden variety ''crooks''.
Louise Hall Police have urged people attending Vivid Sydney to be patient following overcrowding and missed stops on trains, buses and ferries as large crowds make the most of the unseasonably warm weather.
Sean Nicholls NSW Greens members are being urged to attend an ''emergency consultation'' to consider whether the party should use its numbers in the Senate to help block appropriation bills attached to the...
Kate McClymont Four years ago, Nick Di Girolamo appeared to have it all.
Kirsty Needham Inner-city primary school Bourke Street Public will welcome students back from holidays with three new classrooms, as the education department attempts to catch up with the booming enrolments across...
Amy McNeilage Today is the beginning of more than just another school year for a small primary school in Strathfield.