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Listed investment group Washington H Soul Pattinson has defied market volatility with the sale of a pub and mixed-use commercial centre in Sydney’s west for $28 million.
Caitlin Hall was arrested yesterday with just one of a series of dramatic arrests in Sydney and the Gold Coast were the culmination of an 18-month joint investigation by a […]
The British-American actress is locked down in Sydney before shooting a new Australian film next week.
A bitter feud between a law firm partner and former Family Court judge over a converted Georgian mansion has ended in a $73,000 bill.
The advice was issued as known clusters of the virus in Sydney continue to grow and more than a dozen new cases were confirmed.
The government believes the Sydney toll road will remain attractive to investors despite a significant drop in traffic on roads since the coronavirus outbreak.
In the last few years more than 70 parks and green canopies have been destroyed or threatened.
Actor Geoffrey Rush is set for a final win over Sydney’s Daily Telegraph after his titanic defamation fight.
A 35-year old driver who allegedly hit three cyclists and five cars, causing numerous injuries, was arrested on Monday morning at a petrol station in Sydney’s west.
The Rail, Tram and Bus Union is also calling for face masks for Sydney bus drivers as coronavirus cases increase across the city.
NSW Labor will do a sweeping membership audit of a western Sydney electorate in the wake of a branch stacking scandal.
The cases come after a Sydney father and son, who unknowingly had the virus, dined at Batemans Bay Soldiers Club’s bistro on July 13.
Three people were killed across three separate collisions over the weekend in a horror 24 hours on Sydney’s roads.
Police used capsicum spray to break up a brawl at the party which more than 60 people attended.
University of Queensland researchers say gentrification has now spread from the CBD to a ring of suburbs in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
The girl and boy are fighting for life after they were discovered unresponsive in the pool at a home in Casula
From a podcast with singer Jack River to a streamed film from Nick Cave and a film festival, we have your week in Sydney covered.
The curtain has been raised at the latest site on the revamped George Street, revealing Sydney’s newest shiny skyscraper after a $200 million makeover.
The oversight of Sydney’s best-known parklands including Centennial Park will be overhauled in a move that will see a super agency replacing three trusts.
COVID cases linked to Sydney’s swelling Crossroads Hotel cluster were infectious within a day or two after they had been infected, leaving contact tracers little time to contain the virus.
A Melbourne freight worker has been linked to the outbreak of COVID-19 at Sydney’s Crossroads Hotel, where the number of positive cases has now swelled to 34.
NSW Health made three crucial mistakes in the handling of the Ruby Princess when it docked in Sydney in March.
The NRL will foot the bill for the chartered flight after the club lodged a formal application on Wednesday to help with a five-day turnaround.
The construction company behind a swanky apartment complex in the eastern suburbs was fined for an illuminated sign on a crane.
The PM needs to limit the damage to the livelihoods of many workers and their families.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe weather warning for Sydney and large parts of coastal NSW.
A last-gasp attempt is under way to convince the government to reverse a decision not build a new metro rail station at Camellia, near Parramatta.
An environmental chemist and toxicologist is accused of sending fake threats to herself.
NSW health experts are working frantically to contain a small, but spreading cluster of coronavirus cases in Sydney that threatens to plunge the state into a second-wave of infections.