THE removal of 6750 square metres of rock and soil from beneath Sydney's historic Town Hall to make new storage space was part of a $40 million upgrade culminating in the civic centre's reopening...
Josephine Tovey Parents at Haberfield Public School have called for CCTV, higher fencing and other security measures to be put in place at a heated meeting following the sexual assault of a student on Friday.
Jacob Saulwick, Nicole Hasham Sydney's biggest train timetable change in almost a decade will include an extra 700 services a week - but some commuters will miss out when trains skip certain stations.
Nicole Hasham A temporary exhibition centre will be built at Glebe Island, despite limited public access and potential disruption to roads and residents.
Rick Feneley, Sean Nicholls On a Sunday in early October 10 years ago, the then premier Bob Carr took to the stage of the Sydney Town Hall to drop a bombshell.
Heath Aston The state clubs industry took advice from the influential US National Rifle Association before orchestrating the ''grassroots'' campaign that derailed Labor's poker machine reforms.
Jacob Saulwick The future of peak-hour marshals at busy inner-city train stations remains unclear after a month-long trial in November and December.
Nick Ralston It takes an hour and a half of questioning but finally Detective Superintendent Arthur Katsogiannis confesses.
Rick Feneley The odds were that Nick Kaldas was not going to catch a drink-driver. The NSW Police Deputy Commissioner conducted the two-millionth random breath test on the final day of a four-month blitz called...
Jacob Saulwick Trains crossing the Harbour Bridge were halted for the second time in two days after a fire in an electrical box at Wynyard Station caused the temporary evacuation of a platform.
Gemma Khaicy XIN YA FEI is the third generation of a family devoted to magic.
Anna Patty Industrial dispute between NSW government and public sector workers has been settled.
Jacob Saulwick RailCorp's new marshalling system leaves some commuters feeling harried.
Jacob Saulwick A packed forum at Sydney's Town Hall on Monday night overwhelmingly endorsed plans for a light rail line down George Street, and rejected the proposed underground bus tunnel through the city.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard says the violence seen at a Sydney protest against an anti-Islam film has no place in Australia.
NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione says he was outraged to see children holding signs that called for the beheading of anti-Islamists at a Sydney protest.
Josephine Tovey CLOVER MOORE has claimed victory in her bid to win a third term as the lord mayor of Sydney.
Heath Aston, Josephine Tovey A THIRD straight term as lord mayor of Sydney for Clover Moore would be a bittersweet victory that could open the door to the Greens taking her seat in State Parliament.
Anna Patty AT LEAST 80,000 NSW public sector workers are set to lose salary benefits and conditions under sweeping cuts to their awards.
Leesha McKenny URBAN AFFAIRS Nicole Whitton's bag may have read "Keep Calm and Carry On", but appearances can be deceiving. The Broadway resident travelled to Sydney's Town Hall today to express her anger and call for change.