Football fixtures and the opening night of Vivid Sydney caused significant delays in the Sydney CBD for cars and public transport.
Henry Belot Penalty rates remain an election issue in Eden-Monaro.
Nicole Hasham The isolated island republic has updated its antiquated criminal code.
Louise Hall The family of murdered environment compliance officer Glen Turner has accused Ian Turnbull's family of "hijacking" his murder trial by painting him as the victim of overzealous authorities.
Georgina Mitchell Three women have been left with serious injuries and another is in a critical condition after a crash in Sydney's west on Friday afternoon.
Rachel Olding and Ava Benny-Morrison In the final minutes of the Lindt cafe siege, gunman Man Haron Monis fired a shot as five hostages escaped.
Emma Partridge The shooting death of university student Jamie Gao was not a murder but a "horrific stuff-up" and an "unforeseen disaster" Glen McNamara's barrister has told a Sydney court.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Female career climbers have been urged to leave the ladder down instead of pulling it behind them after they reach the top.
Peter Hannam May and autumn will come close to being a record warm ones for Sydney, the state and the rest of Australia as the giant El Nino added a hot overlay to temperatures that are rising in the background here and in most parts of the world.
Ava Benny-Morrison A police negotiator's truck used for major incidents in NSW wasn't available during the Lindt Café siege as it still hadn't been repaired after being damaged three years earlier.
CONTINUING the Tour to the South published on November 11, 1871. The correspondent is now describing Kameruka station.
Hundreds of runners and walkers laced up and hit the pavement around Merimbula as part of the fourth ...