Sean Nicholls The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, has declared she will not "lay down and die" and that next year's federal election will be fought on Labor's entire record, not just the carbon price.
Isabel Hayes Hundreds of Occupy Sydney protesters have taken to the streets under the watchful eyes of a heavy police presence.
NSW Labor leader John Robertson has delivered a frank and brutal assessment of his party's plight, saying it has gone to brink of minor party status.
Police say some parents have refused to pick up their children after they were detained in a blitz on underage drinking in the CBD.
For three decades, Clover Moore has been the great survivor of Sydney politics. Arguably the most successful politician in the state, she has held on as a councillor, a state MP and the city's first...
Alexandra Smith THE powerful rules committee of the NSW Labor Party has rejected several key reform recommendations, including anti-branch stacking measures and members directly electing Sussex Street officers.
Adele Horin LAST year more than 9500 reports of sexual and indecent assaults were made to NSW police but hardly any attention was paid when the figures were released by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and...
Linton Besser A quarter of a century ago, debate raged about the future of the city's western fringe.
Jacob Saulwick Transport THE O'Farrell government will soon be asked to approve a sweeping overhaul of Sydney's central business district, including plans for light rail down George Street and significant changes to bus...
Justin Norrie and Sheenal Singh THE telephone call that came at 3.30am yesterday roused Mohammed Helal from a nightmare that had lasted for three decades.
Josephine Tovey BLUSTERY winds and spitting rain couldn't dampen the excitement of thousands of Sydneysiders and tourists who lined city streets last night for the annual Chinese new year twilight parade.
Adele Horin FOR ALMOST 40 years the International Women's Day march has set off from Sydney Square, between the Town Hall and St Andrew's cathedral in the city.
Emily Crane and Hamish Boland-Rudder SOME 1.5 million people are expected to head out for New Year's Eve celebrations tonight, putting serious strain on the public transport system to bring them home.
Kelsey Munro Sydney is rich with examples of what not to do, the visionary who should know tells Kelsey Munro.
More than 500 people have rallied outside Sydney's Town Hall to protest against the public prosecution of WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange.
Josephine Tovey THE City of Sydney was labelled anti-Generation Y and the Lord Mayor, Clover Moore, told ''thanks mum'' last night when the council came a step closer to approving changes that will make it easier to...
Rick Feneley ON THE first day of their masters in planning course, students at the University of Technology, Sydney, are sent to Darling Harbour to decide what works and what doesn't.
John Huxley TO PASSERS-BY, Cahors at 117 Macleay Street, Potts Point, is just another of Sydney's grand apartment buildings: in the words of one local real estate agent, ''an art deco gem, offering period charm,...
Matthew Moore URBAN AFFAIRS EDITOR THE City of Sydney and Lend Lease are embroiled in an increasingly strained argument about what the city's biggest development will look like, with both sides issuing widely differing images of the...
Getting the transport system right for the south-west corner of Sydney requires more than money and sensible engineering, writes Andrew West.