A man has disappeared in a lake at a popular holiday destination on state's mid north coast.
Debate over a range of "racist" singlets has managed to reignite a longstanding Sydney media feud, with broadcaster Ray Hadley saying he would "put one on the chin" of long time foe Mike Carlton.
Bids have been sought to transform two of central Sydney's historic buildings into luxury hotels, as the NSW government's program of selling assets worth hundreds of millions of dollars continues apace.
Controversial euthanasia campaigner Philip Nitschke has accused the federal senate of shutting him out of an inquiry into a proposed dying with dignity law.
Truck drivers and motorists stuck in their vehicles in the Blue Mountains overnight have complained about a lack of communication, with authorities not alerting them to how long the roads might be closed.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia directors have performed a six-scenario stress test on the bank's $400 billion mortgage book.
A Pentecostal pastor may have overlooked suspicions about his paedophile son-in-law because of their family relationship, a royal commission has heard. The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse was told church members raised concerns about a relationship between youth pastor Jonathan Baldwin✓ and a teenage boy.
The price of copper, Australia's fifth-largest mineral export, is set for a reasonably bright future providedif Chinese demand holds up, according to analysts.
Weak September consumer price data in China and Europe has stoked fears price growth may be slowing longer-term in a sluggish global economy, as low interest rates fail to stir economic activity.
Two drivers have escaped serious injuries after their trucks collided on the Hume Highway north of Goulburn Wednesday morning.