Leesha McKenny Sydney's parking rangers fined fewer drivers last year than any of the previous six years, City of Sydney figures reveal. But one councillor isn't happy.
Leesha McKenny The City of Sydney will put up to $60,000 towards a "People's Summit" into the state government's plans to open up prime harbourside land to developers under the largest urban program since the...
Leesha McKenny The City of Sydney is backing community plans for a "People's Summit" on the Bays Precinct amid concerns about the state government's bid to open up the prime harbourside land to developers.
Paul Bibby Tempers at suburban polling booths often become frayed on election day, as volunteers armed with glossy pamphlets make a last desperate bid to get their candidates over the line.
Alexandra Back Staff and students at the University of Sydney have united in overwhelming opposition to fee deregulation at a historic meeting that was threatened with being shut down within minutes of starting.
Lauren Farrow He was once the Deputy Chief of the Australian Navy and the recipient of accolades and military decorations.
Leesha McKenny A war of words has broken out about the proposed changes to business voting in the City of Sydney, with Alex Greenwich claiming he was told the Shooters and Fishers wanted to give businesses more...
Saffron Howden A Sydney lawyer has been charged with dealing the drugs "ice" and GHB, as well as dealing in the proceeds of crime.
Andrew Taylor The organisers of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras have blamed the NSW police after recording a loss of $177,644 last financial year.
Damien Murphy Beauty and the beasts was one veteran tenor’s self-deprecating reaction when the soprano Yvonne Kenny agreed to sing with him and 50 other gentlemen of a certain age.
Paul Bibby A Sydney man who threatened to slit the throat of an ASIO officer in anger at the organisation's investigation into his activities has been sentenced to nine months' jail.
Lisa Visentin A teenager was left fighting for his life and a police officer was injured after gatecrashers descended on a birthday party.
Matt Wade Western Sydney has become the infrastructure capital of the world, thanks to a $26 billion pipeline of spending on road and rail projects in the region, Premier Mike Baird said.
Rachel Olding A NSW Labor MP accused of defaming a candidate for Bankstown local council on polling day by calling his family "drug dealers and murderers" initially dismissed a demand for $1000 and an apology...
Esther Han Tens of thousands of homes across Australia are at risk of catch fire because of faulty, non-compliant electrical cables installed in the past four years, the consumer watchdog warns.
Paul Bibby An elderly Sydney man has been banned from driving for the next 78 years and is facing nine months home detention after driving while disqualified for the 21st time.
Emma Partridge A woman appeared agitated and concerned as she left the foyer of a Sydney unit block just 12 hours before her body was found in a nearby creek, a witness has said.
Sean Nicholls The NSW Liberal Party's casualty ward - otherwise known as the crossbench of the NSW Parliament - is filling up fast.
Mark Worley The Independent Commission Against Corruption has been asked to investigate how a bill to force tens of thousands of businesses to vote in City of Sydney council elections came to be drafted and...
Megan Levy Sydneysiders have been warned to brace themselves for a day of wild weather, with heavy rain forecast to strike the metropolitan area during the morning peak followed by an afternoon of potentially...