Buses travelling across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the city are experiencing delays up to 90 minutes due to heavy traffic after roadworks closed parts of the CBD.
Amy McNeilage Of the 1790 Australian students who completed their diploma in November, 31 scored the top mark of 45, with 12 of those students graduating from schools in Sydney.
Megan Levy A man has been taken to hospital after being shot in Sydney's CBD on Sunday night.
Rachel Olding An Irish tourist arrested for a 'one punch' attack on his younger brother will escape the highly-controversial mandatory minimum sentence, if convicted, because his drunkeness didn't meet the legal threshold.
Latika Bourke, Matthew Knott, Sarah Whyte It's often the case that the quietest operators working behind the scenes can have a greater and, at times more lethal impact than some cabinet ministers or opposition frontbenchers.
Nicole Hasham It is billed as an edge-of-your seat experience, but the Hair Raiser ride at Luna Park has left its neighbours white-knuckled for all the wrong reasons.
Nicole Hasham The powerful beverages industry offered to display anti-littering messages on its trucks and spend $3.5 million a year on NSW recycling programs in a bid to kybosh the government's plans for a cash-for-containers scheme.
Bevan Shields Federal government departments are spending eye-watering sums to know what the public is thinking and what the media is saying about them, new documents show.
Staff writers Since the Christmas festivities kicked off, you may have fallen deep into holiday mode and forgotten to buy the paper or check out what's going on in the world. Here are some of the biggest news stories you may have missed during your break Christmas and New Year's break.
Rose Powell John Higgins has lived in the same house since he was born, and this week at the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, he will face the agents of millionaire property developers seeking to evict him.