The Australian Bureau of Statistics has blamed the media for the failure of its census hotline and blamed an overseas denial of service attack for the failure of its census website in a strongly worded submission to a Senate inquiry that also attempts to deflect blame for the overwhelming of its website on its contractor IBM.
Kirsty Needham Google data shows customers visiting branches early in the morning, contradicting claim Service NSW was empty.
Eryk Bagshaw, Kelsey Munro It's 9am on Friday and four-year-old Nicholas has bowled up to class in Leichhardt's Italian Forum, he's sheepishly holding a piece of paper in his hand. It's his homework, he says, as he presents it to his "school readiness" teacher, Violeta Dimeska.
Pallavi Singhal All year round a team of gardeners works to preserve some of Sydney's oldest gardens, meticulously recreating them from 19th century paintings, photographs and snippets of letters.
Pallavi Singhal At 5.30am on a Sunday morning exactly 100 years ago, Jessie, a 3600 kilogram elephant sauntered through Sydney's CBD.
Ava Benny-Morrison Two more women have come forward to detectives investigating the cold case murders of a newlywed and a young mother in the 1970s, claiming to have had faced similar situations.
Nick O'Malley At the time of his death from cancer in August, David Bitel was facing 21 charges relating to the sexual assault of six of his clients.
Asylum seekers on bridging visas - conditions.
Adam Gartrell, Amy Remeikis A special anti-corruption team has been assigned to investigate claims of dodgy political donations that have embroiled Turnbull government MP Stuart Robert and a shadowy Liberal fundraising body he controls.
Peter Munro Sydney's lockout laws have deadened its live music scene, according to the DJs and artists who once played late into the night in the city.
An 18-month-old boy was taken to The Children's Hospital at Westmead after he fell and hit his head ...
Construction phase at new Eastern Creek business park imminent after civil works completed