Anna Patty, AAP A march marking the 10th anniversary of the death of Aboriginal teen Thomas "T.J." Hickey turned ugly after police apprehended a young man.
James Robertson After seeing so many proposals for skate parks quashed by residents, Sydney's boarders have taken the decidedly uncool step of involving themselves in local government.
Amanda Hoh It is the escape plan of old movies: a rope, made of tied-together bed sheets.
Anna Patty Rents for almost 10 per cent of public housing tenants will rise by up to $300 a week under a state government decision to cut discounts.
Julie Power Fears that affordable housing for low-income earners will turn neighbourhoods into ghettos or slums are unfounded in 80 per cent of cases, and have little or no impact on property prices.
Linda Morris The toffee lady came every Sunday afternoon, the iceman came door-to-door but the Sydney Story Factory wants to know: what happened the day Muhammad Ali came to Redfern?
Kate McClymont It was late in 1988 when the man known as the Senator for Kneecaps arrived in Melbourne to collect.
Jacob Saulwick When it comes to Sydney power couples, they don't come much more powerful than Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his wife, former deputy premier Carmel Tebbutt.
Sean Nicholls A company owned by Liberal Party identity Joe Tannous lobbied the state government on behalf of Sydney property developer John Goubran, who is caught up in an Independent Commission Against...
Toby Johnstone The booming inner west is old news; stand by for the rise of the inner south.
Kate McClymont Room 1122 in the Parliament House of NSW may look unremarkable, but it was from this room that Labor powerbroker Eddie Obeid effectively ran the state.
Anne Tarasov A man was stabbed at least a dozen times with a barbecue fork in an alleged drug deal gone wrong outside a family home in Sydney's east.
Eamonn Duff Angry investors have demanded their money back from one of Australia's leading property developers after they purchased luxury apartments in a future complex, only to discover the plans had been...
Toby Johnstone The Potts Point house that anti-development campaigner Juanita Nielsen died to protect is for sale - and ironically it could go to developers.
Anna Patty A clothing company which supplies school uniforms has applied to wind up Malek Fahd Islamic School in Sydney because of its failure to pay debts of $286,303.
Megan Gorrey POLICE believe a teenage boy with autism who went missing from his home near Crookwell last week might have tried to hitch-hike to Goulburn.
Nicole Hasham Two architects in their 20s have beaten a field of experienced international rivals to design a major new public space in Sydney. Their design has a "community living room" theme.
Adrian Lowe THE older half of a Sydney father-and-son duo accused of a multimillion-dollar burglary at a Melbourne storage facility has been released on bail with a $350,000 surety.
Natalie O'Brien A PARISHIONER is suing the Melkite Greek Catholic church's archbishop for $25,000 she donated for an elaborate religious icon, has slapped a caveat on his investment property and is demanding he...
A man has been charged after a 84-year-old pedestrian died when he was hit by two cars in Sydney's west.