Sutherland

Four arrested over Sutherland train station stabbing

Lucy Carroll An 18-year-old man has been stabbed at Sutherland station in Sydney's south overnight.

Former Sutherland shire mayor Kent Johns says ICAC will not proceed with investigation

James Robertson A former Sydney mayor says public faith in his council will be restored, after the Independent Commission Against Corruption declined to investigate reports of shady dealings from his time at the...

Flyers signal battle's start as two camps form over Sutherland's planned zoning changes

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James Robertson A mysterious group is campaigning for planning reforms that forced a mayor to resign following damning allegations of corruption.

Exclusion of swimming pool technicians from inspection group will delay property deals, agents say

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Julie Power Swimming pool and real estate groups say despite a year's postponement the introduction of new pool fencing laws could delay sales or rentals of homes with pools.

Malls fight back against shopping centre giants with innovative upgrades

Council embracing new ideas on design: Landscape architect, David Vago, in Cronulla Mall.

Michael Koziol Across Sydney, local councils are splashing cash and trying new ideas to rescue the outdoor mall.

Jonathan Moylan avoids jail term for fake ANZ media release about Whitehaven Coal

Jonathan Moylan outside the NSW Supreme Court.

Louise Hall An anti-coal campaigner who sent out a fake ANZ media release causing a $314 million slump in the sharemarket value of Whitehaven Coal has been sentenced to one year and eight months jail but will be...

Sydney Trains 'refresh' 28 stations for $33 million

Jacob Saulwick Sydney Trains will embark on a pre-election blitz to spruce up another 28 train stations, including some that have only recently been the subject of multi-million dollar upgrades.

YMCA branded an unsafe child organisation after scathing report

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Emma Partridge The YMCA has been branded as an unsafe child organisation after systemic failures allowed after a paedophile to groom and molest 12 young boys in his care, according to a scathing report. 

Jonathan Moylan unlikely to serve jail time over ANZ hoax email

Louise Hall An anti-coal campaigner who sent out a fake ANZ media release causing a $314 million slump in the sharemarket value of Whitehaven Coal is unlikely to spend time in jail.

Youth unemployment rates forecast to soar

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Anna Patty, Matt Wade Families and young people in western Sydney would be among the hardest hit by federal budget changes that deny the dole to under-30s for six months of each year, analysis shows.

Full stop for Chullora print plant after 19 years

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Tim Elliott Stop the paper, halt the trucks; cut the power and padlock the gates - the Chullora printers have called it a day.

NRMA says state's roads have $4 billion funding backlog

Fixing state roads: The NRMA has found NSW's roads face a $4 billion funding backlog.

Jacob Saulwick The NRMA has crunched the numbers on what it would take to repair poor road surfaces in councils across the state, and has found a backlog of almost $4 billion.

Red faces after firies fail to communicate

Bundeena fire sparked confusion.

Rick Feneley Bernard Swann's garage was a raging inferno, its roof had collapsed and his Porsche and Honda cars were already doomed but what happened next didn't help.

Man dead after cliff plunge

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Michael Koziol A man has died after falling 10 metres from a cliff in the Royal National Park south of Sydney.

Photos query over student who died in 40m cliff fall

Megan Levy, Michael Koziol Police are investigating whether a French student who plunged 40 metres off a cliff in the Royal National Park was taking or posing for photographs when he lost his grip and fell to his death.

French student in fatal Royal National Park fall 'may have been taking photos'

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Megan Levy and Michael Koziol Police are investigating whether a French student who plunged 40 metres off a cliff in the Royal National Park was taking or posing for photographs when he lost his grip and fell to his death.

'Motorway corridor' links to WestConnex would bridge south to north

Leesha McKenny Motorists would have access to an ''uninterrupted motorway corridor'' running from Sydney's southern suburbs through to its north under the proposed extensions to WestConnex, with the state...

Premier stakes re-election on part-sale of electricity assets

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Sean Nicholls Premier Mike Baird has staked the re-election of the Coalition government on a plan to use $20 billion from the partial sale of the NSW electricity network for projects that will ‘‘transform the...

Sydney's inner city joins Darwin and Bunbury with lowest unemployment rates

Stephen Cauchi Sydney's inner and beachside suburbs, Darwin, and Bunbury in Western Australia are the places to be for jobseekers, boasting the nation's lowest unemployment rates, while Queensland's Ipswich,...

All roads lead to city centre but bus use in Sydney rises fastest in outer suburbs

Jacob Saulwick The growing concentration of jobs in central Sydney does not mean that new transport initiatives should be funnelled into the middle of town.