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Cyclist trapped under garbage truck in Surry Hills

Megan Levy A cyclist was trapped underneath a garbage truck for 30 minutes following a collision in Surry Hills during Tuesday morning's peak hour.

Special constable guilty of Surry Hills assault

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Paul Bibby A special constable from Sydney has been found guilty of assaulting a man nearly half his size and intimidating another who then tried to arrest him.

New tram line: City of Sydney council wants extra stop in Surry Hills

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Jacob Saulwick How far should Sydney residents have to walk to get to a stop on the city's new tram line?

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Bashed unconcious in Surry Hills: man fights for his life

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Megan Levy A man is fighting for his life after he was punched unconscious outside a fast food restaurant in Surry Hills, one of two bashings across Sydney that left their victims in hospital.

George St takes city's dining crown off Surry Hills

George St

Ardyn Bernoth Where is Sydney's hottest, most happening eat street? If you thought Crown Street, Surry Hills, think again. The city's George Street takes the crown as Sydney's star culinary strip.

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Woman snatched off Cleveland Street, Surry Hills in attempted sex assault

Louise Hall A woman screamed and managed to fight off a man accused of snatching her off Cleveland Street at Surry Hills at 8pm on Saturday night and attempting to sexually assault her.

Surry Hills siege ends after police storm building

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Ben Grubb and Ilya Gridneff A siege in Surry Hills appears to be over after a man was escorted from a block of units by police.

Man in custody after armed siege in Surry Hills

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Ben Grubb, Ilya Gridneff A man is in police custody after a brief siege in Surry Hills during which heavily armed police entered a block of units.

Assault charge after Surry Hills siege

Surry Hills

Ben Grubb, Ilya Gridneff A man has been charged with assault following a siege in Surry Hills that ended when a shirtless man was escorted from a block of units by police and arrested.

Surry Hills cell death triggers inquiry

Sydney Police centre in Surry Hills.

Geesche Jacobsen AN INMATE, arrested for minor fraud and theft charges, has died in the cells at the Surry Hills police centre.

HIV study promising for multiple sclerosis treatment

Harriet Alexander People living with HIV are protected from multiple sclerosis, according to a study that scientists hope will lead to new treatment for MS.

Call for crackdown on unpaid work

Fair chance: Erin Stewart.

Anna Patty Young people need better protection from exploitation in the workplace through tighter regulation of unpaid internships, a NSW parliamentary inquiry has heard.

$100,000 reward to find killers of AC/DC manager Crispin Dye

Reward for information: Crispin Dye died in 1993 after being bashed in Little Oxford Street, near Taylor Square.

Megan Levy The state government is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the 1993 death of Crispin Dye.

More diners booking a table for one

Esther Han The rise in the number of people living alone, and advances in technology, are increasingly removing the stigma of dining alone.

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Sydney restaurants: Where we are happy to pay for fine dining

Guillaume in Paddington, which opens on Saturday.

Esther Han and Inga Ting Celebrated chef Guillaume Brahimi is set to open a new fine dining restaurant, as new figures show patrons of premium restaurants are spending more.

Close shave for men after risky ritual makes comeback at barbershops

A socially acceptable

Josephine Tovey It’s a quarter past four on a wintery afternoon, and in a quiet laneway in Surry Hills, a man dressed in black approaches Michael Nicolian’s throat with a razor blade.

Families burdened by fight against government for homes: Labor

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Kirsty Needham Residents who face losing their homes to make way for new roads and rail should be able to take their fight for compensation to a low-cost tribunal for a fairer outcome, Labor says.

It's a hungry mile of a new kind as more eager diners get in line

People qeue for up to 25 minutes for Messina Gelato.

Esther Han You could be forgiven for thinking there were terrible food shortages in Sydney these days, if the number of ever-present queues at Sydney's eateries are anything to go by.

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SCG violence: Claims Swans fans caused concussion

Georgina Mitchell A Lane Cove man says he was left with concussion and still cannot fully open or close his jaw after he was assaulted by six Sydney Swans fans at the SCG on Saturday night.

NSW dominates creative industries: report

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Matt Wade Sydney reaps a disproportionate share of Australia’s $45 billion-a-year creative industries sector thanks to its strengths in marketing, media, design and IT.