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Megan Gorrey is a reporter at the Sydney Morning Herald. She was previously a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Bushfire threatening homes on NSW south coast to 'burn for days'
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Bushfire threatening homes on NSW south coast to 'burn for days'

The out-of-control blaze at Mount Kingiman is being fanned by strong north-westerly winds.

  • by Megan Gorrey, Peter Hannam & Jenny Noyes

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Former Italian footballer Davide Capello escapes bridge plunge

Former Italian footballer Davide Capello escapes bridge plunge

The former Cagliari goalkeeper-turned-fireman escapes when his car plunged off the deadly Genoa bridge when it collapsed.

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Developer chases $74 million payout over bungled Manly development

Developer chases $74 million payout over bungled Manly development

The new Northern Beaches Council is facing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit over the contentious proposal to build a library at the Whistler Street car park site.

  • by Megan Gorrey
'World's worst park': WestConnex's new St Peters spaghetti junction

'World's worst park': WestConnex's new St Peters spaghetti junction

The Berejiklian government says the WestConnex interchange at St Peters will create green open space, but critics say it will create the "world's worst park".

  • by Megan Gorrey
Urban growth, climate change, social inequality key issues for Sydney

Urban growth, climate change, social inequality key issues for Sydney

Lord mayor Clover Moore has called for planning to start on priorities that will shape the city for the next three decades.

  • by Megan Gorrey
Rapid bus service to run from Bondi to city every three minutes

Rapid bus service to run from Bondi to city every three minutes

Commuters will be able to hop on a "turn up and go" bus every three minutes between Bondi and the city, under a major boost to public transport in the east.

  • by Megan Gorrey
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Ugly or important? Sydney's plan to save its brutalist buildings

Ugly or important? Sydney's plan to save its brutalist buildings

Some say they're "just plain ugly", but Clover Moore's council wants to save some of Sydney's most prominent modernist buildings from the wrecking ball.

  • by Megan Gorrey
Clover Moore warns Waterloo revamp will create 'ghettos of the future'

Clover Moore warns Waterloo revamp will create 'ghettos of the future'

Sydney lord mayor Clover Moore says plans to triple the number of homes at the Waterloo housing estate will make it "one of the highest density precincts in Australia".

  • by Megan Gorrey
Waterloo's twin towers among last to be demolished in redevelopment

Waterloo's twin towers among last to be demolished in redevelopment

Thousands of people living inside the public housing buildings will be relocated during the development over 15 to 20 years.

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Renew our Libraries campaign: Councils' plea for funding 'crisis' fix

Renew our Libraries campaign: Councils' plea for funding 'crisis' fix

Councils across NSW say funding for the state's 360 public libraries has reached "crisis point" and they are struggling to maintain services.

  • by Megan Gorrey
'We will take this to our graves': Courtney Topic's death was preventable, coroner finds

'We will take this to our graves': Courtney Topic's death was preventable, coroner finds

The deputy state coroner has recommended sweeping changes to police training following Courtney Topic's shooting death outside a Sydney Hungry Jack's.

  • by Megan Gorrey