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.
Lisa Visentin A fisherman has died at a beach near Maroubra after a helicopter rescue team was unable to reach him in time.
Megan Levy Three people are still missing in the rubble of a collapsed building in Rozelle following an explosion that rocked Sydney's inner west.
Leesha McKenny Responsibility for the future of Sydney's harbour foreshore will be handed to a high-powered committee led by former transport mandarin Les Wielinga.
'Saint Joseph of Tripodi': ICAC hears corrupt former Labor MP gave land tip-off to Nathan Tinkler's company
Michaela Whitbourn Corrupt former Labor minister Joe Tripodi told Nathan Tinkler's property development company to buy a parcel of land in south-western Sydney before the government "came knocking" to buy it for a rail...
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Nicole Hasham The Baird NSW government has scrapped strict heritage rules for buyers of historic homes at Millers Point, undermining claims the public housing sell-off will revive the neglected harbourside suburb.
Nicole Hasham The Baird government has scrapped strict heritage rules for buyers of historic homes at Millers Point, undermining claims the public housing sell-off will revive the neglected harbourside suburb.
Leesha McKenny The state government is set to shake up the way it runs more than a $1 billion worth of public assests at some of Sydney's most significant harbourfront sites, including the Rocks, Circular Quay,...
Anna Patty It began when a customer became too regular with his visits, insisting only she could serve him at a Sydney bar. Later, he gave her gifts including an opal necklace.
Eryk Bagshaw A 65-year old Sydney fisherman has died after falling off a cliff at the Kiama blowhole.
Julie Power Public housing residents will be evicted as the first of the 293 government-owned properties at Millers Point and The Rocks go under the hammer.
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.
Julie Power Just don't call Flo Seckold a "houso".
Michael Koziol The surfer who died on the beach at Tamarama on Wednesday was a well-known publisher who had settled in Sydney with his young family after moving from Britain.