Oliver Curtis is reportedly being held in police cells and is yet to be transferred to prison after he was sentenced to two years in jail for insider trading last week.
Tony Wright A tsunami of cameras, microphones, reporters, video crews and protective police surges from the Hurstville railway station, sweeping shoppers and families before it and gathering them into its maw.
Sam Rigney It's alleged the man was hit by a machete three times, severing an artery and causing so much blood to spurt from his hand that the attack was halted so he could call an ambulance.
Anna Patty Benefits to injured motorists will be slashed under proposed changes to the NSW Green Slip scheme that lawyers warn are potentially harsher than controversial changes the state government made to the workers compensation scheme.
Peter Hannam The country's biggest operators of landfills have pocketed almost $200 million from the Abbott-Turnbull government's Emissions Reduction Fund without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production.
Emma Partridge Five family members suffered horrific head injuries when they were murdered with a hammer-like object in their Sydney bedrooms, a jury has been told.
Anna Patty The NSW government has reported the average processing time for people with insurance claims for dust diseases has fallen from 136 to 66 days since it made changes to the scheme last year.
Patrick Begley Man Haron Monis fired two shotgun blasts at police, most likely before they began shooting at him.
Ava Benny-Morrison As Michelle Leng lay on her bed, with her hands bound by her back and black duct tape across her mouth, her accused murdered captured the fear on her face.
Ben Schneiders & Royce Millar A powerful right wing union is being taken to the Federal Court after the workplace tribunal found it had massively rorted its membership numbers.
Labor is expected to seize on the documents to call into question Malcolm Turnbull's commitment to "jobs and ...
Youngsters throughout Macarthur are welcome to attend a disco for children under 10 in Narellan on July 15.
Brand New Day Female Support’s winter appeal asks people to donate clean linens and new pillows.
The Tough Bloke and Tough Chick competition was held on Saturday, June 25. See the photos here.