There has been a rush on seats for Gough Whitlam's state memorial service, with nearly twice as many people applying as there were available spaces.
Labor has claimed victory in both of Saturday's byelections with Opposition Leader John Robertson boldly declaring that Newcastle voters had "put their faith back in Labor".
Sydney's property boom has supercharged NSW government revenues, with stamp duty revenue jumping 50 per cent or $500 million over winter compared with last year, potentially putting the government in a stronger fiscal position before the election next March.
The Baird government's changes to electoral funding laws have blocked
A rollover witness who claimed that Anthony "Rooster" Perish✓ and Matthew Lawton had abducted, murdered and dismembered convicted drug dealer Terry Falconer✓ confessed to the crime himself on his deathbed, an appeal court has heard.
Sydney is headed for two consecutive days of 30-plus degree weather on Sunday and Monday, while temperatures are set to reach the mid thirties out west.
Like most students, Ira Ferris relies heavily on the internet for research. But when she turns to Wikipedia, the free, open-source internet encyclopaedia, the 31-year-old art student finds gaps.
The American lawyer who negotiated a $2.7 billion Lockerbie settlement from Libya has warned Australians who lost family members in the MH17 disaster that their access to adequate compensation is at risk.
Police are searching for 11-year-old Michelle Levy, who went missing from her home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs on Saturday evening.
TAFE teachers are fighting for a new pay deal having worked for two years without a payrise. The prolonged negotiations could cause a political headache for the Victorian government just weeks before the state election.
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding an armed robbery in Tamworth early this morning.