An Indian IT worker held hostage during the Martin Place siege says he is healing as each day passes, with the support of his wife.
Environment officials raised concerns about planned expansion of Rio Tinto’s Warkworth coalmine.
Former prime minister Julia Gillard has joined the board of mental health organisation beyondblue.
About 11 per cent of Sydney residents have used ride-sharing services like UberX in the past six months, the independent regulator says, despite the fact they are illegal.
Prosecutors told police there was little point seeking to have Martin Place gunman Man Monis's bail revoked when he appeared in court on scores of sex offence charges recently because they would be "met with the same outcome", NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione says.
In the aftermath of one of Sydney's darkest days, there was a spot of colour.
The private builder of the $2.1 billion light rail line to run from Circular Quay to the eastern suburbs could face penalties if they are unable to construct it according to schedule.
Wagering giant Tabcorp could lose its right to broadcast NSW and Victorian thoroughbred racing to the Seven Network, which is considering stepping in as negotiations between Tabcorp and racing-owned broadcaster ThoroughbredVision Network fall over, sources said.
An ongoing ATAR mystery for many people is why the maximum rank is 99.95, instead of the 100 awarded to the best in the state under the previous Universities Admission Index (UAI) system.