"You don't get into politics to stay still," says the 34-year-old state Treasurer. "You get into politics to reform. And that's what I will do."
Pallavi Singhal When Sophie Smith started training for a half marathon in 2006, she never thought she'd be joined by 2000 runners over the coming decade and end up raising $2 million for premature babies.
Sean Nicholls, Matt Wade More privatisation and an overhaul of the tax system in NSW are among the new Treasurer's possible agenda items.
Deborah Snow and Beau Donelly The royal commission has uncovered abuse on a staggering scale inside the Catholic church, particularly inside religious orders which ran schools. Can the church be trusted with your children?
Matthew Knott The politically-sensitive issue of school funding has been discussed repeatedly in cabinet over recent months.
Georgina Mitchell Two Sydney Morning Herald reporters attended a fundraising dinner for the Q society on Thursday night.
Joanne McCarthy Kristyn Rourke has no memory of being pregnant with her baby daughter, giving birth, or of her daughter’s death eight years ago.
Ava Benny-Morrison More than 500 phone calls and many hours of surveillance helped police piece together how an alleged transnational cocaine network operated.
Rachel Olding The mother of a baby who was allegedly bashed to death in a granny flat has been charged with murder following a six-week investigation.
Michael Koziol The Prime Minister has been a long-standing advocate of a binding vote for shareholders on executive pay.