A Sydney Harbour water taxi skipper seen bumping his boat into a wharf has been charged with navigating a commercial vessel under the influence of alcohol.
Amanda Hoh The shop might bear the name The Friendly Grocer, but its owners were far from it on Monday after they got into a scuffle that ended with one allegedly being stabbed.
Esther Han and Inga Ting Celebrated chef Guillaume Brahimi is set to open a new fine dining restaurant, as new figures show patrons of premium restaurants are spending more.
Deborah Snow and Nick Ralston Just after 7 pm last Sunday, former private schoolgirl and daughter of a Labor legend, Harriet Wran, was captured on CCTV footage walking through the lobby of a rundown housing commission block in...
Rachel Olding Just five years ago, Cessnock MP Kerry Hickey was singing the praises of local construction magnate Anthony O'Meley.
Tim Barlass Rats from Barangaroo are moving back to Millers Point as the elderly are evicted, a United Nations aged care conference was told.
Nicole Hasham They are ''not pretty'' by any measure, but without the greasy barges, cranes and tugs that occupy its bays, Sydney Harbour would grind to a halt, marine operators say.
Rachel Browne Arthur and Alice Hammond barely get by on their pension as it stands, the couple saying proposed reductions to the benchmark payment would leave older Australians in dire financial straits.
Mark Dapin Art Gallery of NSW director Michael Brand thinks he might hold the record for the longest distance travelled to a Nick Cave concert.
Mark Dapin The day before the show, he was working at a 15th-century architectural site, the ruined fortress town of Mandu in India.
Julie Power Harry Edwards could have sold sand to the Arabs, his family says, but instead he convinced the world that a visit to Sydney was incomplete without a pie and a pile of mushy peas.
Alexandra Back, Lucy Carroll The speed limit in the Sydney CBD will be cut to 40km/h after a spate of pedestrian deaths.
Alexandra Back, Lucy Carroll The speed limit in a large part of the CBD will be lowered to 40km/h in a move aimed at reducing the number of pedestrian deaths in the city.
Anna Anderson The state government has stepped in to protect one of the houses that Juanita Nielsen died trying to save.
Nicole Hasham They are the black lines on a map that may determine the financial fortunes and late-night ambience at a host of popular Sydney pubs.
Anna Patty and Nicole Hasham People will be found to be "intoxicated" under the NSW government's proposed new one-punch laws if they have a blood-alcohol level equivalent to those of people charged with high-range drink driving...
Phillip Costa tells ICAC that Kerry Schott was 'nothing short of excellent' despite Obeid request to 'sack the bitch'
Michaela Whitbourn, Kate McClymont A former NSW Labor minister has told a corruption inquiry he was "gobsmacked" when crooked former powerbroker Eddie Obeid asked him to "sack the bitch" in a reference to Sydney Water boss Kerry...
Michaela Whitbourn Former Labor powerbroker to take the stand at the Independent Commission Against Corruption.
Michaela Whitbourn, Kate McClymont The youngest son of crooked former Labor minister Eddie Obeid has claimed his family does not have a stake in a company at the centre of a corruption probe despite being shown his signature on an...
Kirsty Needham Car access to Mrs Macquaries Point would be blocked, and Sydney's most iconic harbour viewing spot enhanced with bush regeneration, under a Labor election policy to rescue the Royal Botanic Gardens...