A plummet in the number of disabled people employed by the NSW government has sparked calls for disability targets modelled on the gender targets used by big corporates and the public service.
Kirsty Needham State Political Editor Court sheriffs will be given the power to arrest anyone committing violent acts in a NSW court from Monday, after a four-year delay.
Georgina Mitchell Around 150,000 people have flocked to Sydney Olympic Park for a variety of events in numbers thought to be the biggest seen since the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
Two police officers hospitalised following an assault at Strathfield railway station, say police.
Jill Stark It would be easy to be cynical. All the glitter and spray tan, and faces made up like china dolls. And the bows: so many bows.
Daisy Dumas and Georgina Mitchell Monday wasn't a good day for Aria. The Byron Bay local was not only fined by police for driving without his licence but was hit with another fine when he left his car unlocked to walk home to collect it.
Jewel Topsfield A British man is being questioned by police over the alleged rape of an 18-year-old woman from New South Wales in Bali for schoolies.
Andrew Darby Japan has finally confirmed it will commence whaling in the Antarctic this summer, despite the weight of court decisions and scientific opinion against it.
Tim Barlass Internationally recognised landscape photographer Ken Duncan says he was "nearly arrested" on Friday for taking photos at Barangaroo.
Natalie O'Brien A competition to create new apps for refugees is being held in Liverpool.
The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter crews are gearing up for a busy summer season.