Hundreds of Bondi residents crowded into the public gallery at 8am to protest against Waverley Council's decision last week to apply for a development application for a $38 million upgrade of Bondi Pavilion.
David Wroe The standing joke about French submarines used to be that they were as noisy as Britain's 19th century Great Western Railway.
Peter Hannam Drought and climate change have already had an impact, and worse is to come.
Lisa Visentin, Ava Benny-Morrison, Nick Ralston It was just before noon when shoppers going about their Friday at a suburban mall found themselves caught up in Sydney's latest underworld execution.
Lisa Visentin Police have charged a man with the murder of a Chinese international student whose body was discovered in discovered floating face down in a blowhole on the NSW central coast last weekend.
On Monday February 13 1978 a bomb hidden in a garbage bin exploded as it was emptied into the back of a garbage truck, killing three people outside the Hilton Hotel, where inside some of the most powerful world leaders were meeting.
Ava Benny-Morrison A Sydney underworld figure gunned down at a suburban shopping centre was the subject of at least one extortion investigation and a murder probe.
Deborah Snow Scott Morrison once planned to make Malcolm Turnbull the NSW state Liberal leader
Andrew Hornery Every weekend, at his Italian grocery warehouse, Stefano de Blasi sells fresh mozzarella he makes himself. Word has got out via Twitter and he's moving about 50 kilograms of tender white curd every Saturday and Sunday.
Beau Donelly More than half the men convicted of killing their partners in the past decade had a history of perpetrating family violence and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research.
Police have arrested the partner of Tina Kontozis, who was bashed to death with cricket bat in her ...