Ocean temperatures are again warming in the Pacific, helping to drive global temperatures to new highs and also leaving conditions primed for an El Nino event to be declared in coming months.
A young boy has been flown to hospital in a serious condition after he was hit by a car on Victoria Road in Drummoyne on Monday afternoon.
The state government has thrown its support behind a push by police to be equipped with body-mounted cameras, capturing every move of the NSW public.
Crossbench Senator Bob Day is opening the door to the idea of a one-month wait for the dole, instead of the six months proposed in the budget. But the government still faces an uphill battle to get a majority in the Senate, with Palmer United Party leader Clive Palmer reaffirming there is "no chance" his party will compromise on the issue.
Lawyers for poetry professor Barry Spurr have taken an online journal to court in an attempt to force it to take down a succession of his emails which exposed his sexist and racist rants to colleagues and friends.
The childhood home of former prime minister Gough Whitlam, who died on Tuesday aged 98, could be demolished within days after a heritage overlay for the property was knocked back.
Agents reported strong sales results on Saturday, including a new record for Campbell.
Two men have been arrested over the clubbing death of Keith Cini during a home invasion at Badgerys Creek in May.
An alleged drug dealer has been arrested again while attending court, this time in relation to the shooting death of a father-of-four in Sydney's south west.
It was a day when ideological agendas were set beside, when no one spoke ill and an uncommon civility descended as members of parliament rose to praise the man who had dominated their craft long after he left the building.
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