The state government's hopes for a consensus about the future of Parramatta Road are breaking down, with councils accusing the government of poor consultation.
Rachel Olding Every police officer should be trained to take down 'active shooter' terrorists and all police cars need to be equipped with long arm firearms, the police union has demanded in a suite of tough election requests.
Rick Feneley EXCLUSIVEEthnic community leaders are demanding the resignation or sacking of their most senior representative in the NSW Government, claiming he pushed the agenda of his Turkish homeland to resist public memorials for genocides by the Ottoman Empire as well as Japan’s war crimes and other atrocities
Noel Towell The 55-plus age group is doing well in public service employment, and workforce experts are worried that the traditional APS role of training young people is going by the board.
Eamonn Duff Lucy Dudko and John Killick wrote themselves into Australian criminal folklore when they pulled off the most daring jailbreak in Australian history.
Luke Malpass, Rachel Olding A man's body has been found in the driveway of a home in Sydney's west.
Harvey Grennan It’s not too often that councils and developers agree on ways of speeding up building approvals, but the maze of state agency ‘‘concurrences’’ required for some development applications frustrates them all.
Daisy Dumas As Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran face the unimaginably grim prospect of losing their lives to a firing squad, their families and closest friends begged for mercy from Indonesian President Joko Widodo.
Nicole Hasham Premier Mike Baird has urged voters to ignore more than $1 million worth of aggressive anti-privatisation television and radio ads launched by the NSW union movement this weekend, saying it is a dishonest attempt to scare people.
Harvey Grennan Despite repeated state government undertakings to get tough on dodgy private certifiers it can take eight months or more for the Building Professionals Board to investigate a complaint.