A man’s under police guard in hospital after he allegedly smashed his way into a south Sydney business with a sledgehammer and threatened staff with a gun in the early hours of this morning.
Emma Partridge A gunman who tried to rob a southern Sydney pub ended up in hospital after staff overpowered him early on Sunday.
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.
Emma Partridge A Macedonian priest found guilty of grabbing the throat of a parishioner outside a Rockdale church has been placed on a 12-month good behaviour bond, a court has heard.
Natalie O'Brien A scam motivated by greed, targeting vulnerable people and with the potential to cause fatal consequences for the public, has been smashed after a year-long investigation by Fair Trading officers.
Lisa Davies More than a decade after his wife's death in Sydney, a Chinese national is calling on police to investigate, arguing evidence he has gathered could support a theory that she died in suspicious...
Emma Partridge A driver who fatally struck a five-year-old boy as he walked to a southern Sydney school has been charged with negligent driving occasioning death, following a three-month investigation.
Amy McNeilage Sydney University's Wesley College is investigating reports of inappropriate behaviour and sexual harassment during Orientation Week, after two undercover magazine reporters snuck in to a number of...
Paul Bibby Powerful Sydney businessman Charif Kazal has taken the Independent Commission Against Corruption to court in a bid to overturn its finding that he engaged in corrupt conduct.
Megan Levy A young man’s skull was broken when he was repeatedly struck in the head with a champagne bottle following a party in Sydney’s south, police say.
Ilya Gridneff A bushfire in the Blue Mountains National Park was sparked by a father and son who allegedly torched clandestine meth labs the day police were supposed to raid the multimillion-dollar operation.
Anna Patty Fraud in Sydney's inner suburbs has increased by almost 23 per cent in two years, with petrol stations, supermarkets and chemists suffering most.
Harriet Alexander FROM barrister to barista, John Hart managed to put his past as a defender of petty criminals behind him to reach the summit of Engadine's culinary scene.
Jacob Saulwick A MOTORWAY carving through 15 suburbs from Tempe to the Sutherland Shire will be back on the agenda for the state's next transport plan.
The Greens will field a record number of candidates at next weekend's NSW council elections as they seek to capitalise on their federal success and extend the party's support base to Sydney's outer...
Ilya Gridneff Despite being granted bail for an alleged assault, Kings Cross identity and former debt collector Mark Judge will remain behind bars while the NSW Parole Board considers a prior community service...
Glenda Kwek The Caltex refinery in Kurnell is about to close - but not everyone is sorry to see it go.
Linton Besser and Joanne McCarthy One of the state's most senior Catholic education officials failed to report the sexual assault of four of his students at a southern Sydney school in the late 1970s, a confidential internal...
A nine-month boy has drowned in a bath in Sydney's south.
Alicia Wood and Jonathan Swan A Sydney man has died while on holidays in Laos.