Nicole Hasham The O'Farrell government must halt the sale of 200 historic homes at Millers Point, because it failed to properly assess the potential heritage damage or seek appropriate advice, the National Trust...
A 35-year-old man has died after being struck by a large wave and swept out to see while rock fishing with friends at a beach near Lake Macquarie on Saturday afternoon.
Tim Elliott IT HAS 300 litres of paint, 40 artists and an 81-year-old rapping pensioner, but stage two of the Great Southern Wall mural is finally complete.
Les Kennedy Complaints of intimidation, both verbal and in legal emails, to businesses in Sydney's The Rocks allegedly by suited men not from government departments in the past year have been the subject of a...
Les Kennedy NINETY years after The Rocks was inundated by the rat plague, the historic Sydney harbour-side area and the foreshore of Circular Quay are again under siege by the rodents.
Les Kennedy POLICE at The Rocks will soon be unable to charge alleged criminals at their Circular Quay waterfront station - and modern art is the culprit.
Ben Westcott Lifesavers have rescued three people including a nine-year-old girl from dangerous surf conditions on Friday afternoon.
Nicole Hasham The City of Sydney has demanded control of Barangaroo, Circular Quay, Darling Harbour and other prime land in a bold push to substantially expand its borders.
Fleta Page Police "hold out no hope" they will find Christine Armstrong alive, confirming they found evidence to convince them the 63 year old Tathra resident was killed by a shark.
James Robertson Clover Moore will move to grant up to $110,000 in ratepayers' money to help hundreds of public housing tenants who are soon to be evicted by the state government.
Saffron Howden, Fleta Page, Henry Belot, Ben Westcott Just two years after morning swimmers were warned that sharks around Tathra wharf were a ''tragedy waiting to happen'', a woman was taken and killed by a shark on Thursday.
Saffron Howden, Fleta Page, Henry Belot A NSW south coast town is in shock after a ritual morning swim by a group of locals ended in the death of a woman in a shark attack.
Fleta Page and Henry Belot A south coast town already too familiar with tragedy is reeling after the shark attack death of a woman two years after fears were publicly raised that swimmers might be in danger.
Nicole Hasham, Leesha McKenny The O'Farrell government ignored advice from its own consultants on how to evict vulnerable tenants from Millers Point public housing with minimal damage to their health and wellbeing.
Nicole Hasham The lift doors were built to move slowly, giving elderly bodies time to shuffle in and out. Ground-floor flats were built for the acrophobic; others, like Ron Jennings, enjoy million-dollar harbour...
Georgina Mitchell The tiny hall in Millers Point held hundreds of residents, all angry at the state government's decision to sell the area's public housing.
Nicole Hasham Almost 300 public housing properties on Sydney's harbourfront will be sold off, raising hundreds of millions of dollars for the O'Farrell government and forcing out residents who have lived there for...
Nicole Hasham, Leesha McKenny The O'Farrell government will not rule out selling millions of dollars worth of public housing at prime sites in inner Sydney after a decision to force out tenants in 300 harbourside properties.
Melanie Kembrey, Anthony Dennis A serious shortage of wharf space because of booming passenger cruise ship traffic, combined with an urgent need to redevelop Sydney's overseas passenger terminal, has led to the closure of another...
Paul Bibby Five young people allegedly led police on a wild, high-speed car chase for more than 80 kilometres through northern NSW, throwing rocks at the officers and passing motorists, seriously injuring a...