A Brothers for Life member claims he lured Mohammed Hamzy to a south-west Sydney street to shoot him because he suspected Hamzy was having an affair with his wife.
Rachel Olding Intercepted phone calls played in court have revealed the moment two Australian men called their families to reveal they had secretly travelled to Syria, allegedly to join terrorist groups.
Kate McClymont Time after time Edward Moses Obeid, with his order of Australia pinned to his lapel, would march imperiously down the corridor to the hearing room of the Independent Commission Against Corruption as yet another inquiry enveloped both him and his family.
Louise Thrower and Katie Burgess Two teenagers have been accused of lighting a fire that ripped through Goulburn's Centrelink and St Vincent de Paul's store on Monday night.
Jacob Saulwick A decision has been made on the Barangaroo casino and apartment complex. And there's a catch.
Georgina Mitchell They mixed hydrochloric acid with chlorine to put in a backyard swimming pool.
Patrick Begley Lindt cafe gunman Man Haron Monis may have been hiding behind a chair, reloading his shotgun, when police shot him at least twice in the head, an inquest has heard.
Andrew Taylor Sydney University is no friend of the arts and set up its art school for failure as anger rages about the merger of its art school with the University of NSW.
Peter Hannam The Baird government's plan to loosen land-clearing laws in the state may struggle to get through Parliament.
Jacob Saulwick Should another 20-odd hectare parcel of waterfront public land directly adjacent to the central business district ever be discovered in Sydney, the saga of Barangaroo provides a perfect example of what not to do.
Two decades of volunteer work earns Ms Sheaves rare membership honour
Traditional dance, Welcomes to Country and speeches pay respects to elders past and present, and Aboriginal culture past ...
Over two glittering evenings, 31 debutantes and their partners attended the Eden Combined Churches Debutantes Ball.