Rewards of $100,000 will be offered for information leading to the killers of three men on the Bondi-Tamarama headlands in the 1980s, which a coroner in 2005 linked to a spate of "gay hate" crimes.
Melanie Kembrey Parramatta's grand plan to form a new mega council has triggered a feud in western Sydney.
Michael Koziol Dangerous criminal? Real-talking recalcitrant? Attention seeker? A lot of labels have been affixed to Zaky Mallah following his appearance on the ABC's Q&A program.
Alexandra Smith and Kirsty Needham The state government's controversial TAFE reforms have driven away more than 30,000 students this year, the budget papers reveal.
Sean Nicholls NSW Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian has declared NSW has the "best budget in Australia" and will use revenue from the booming Sydney property market to fast track a suite of road, rail and other projects.
Lisa Cox Climate experts have warned that if Australia matches Canada's climate targets it would show the Abbott government is prepared to accept "devastating" global warming.
Damien Murphy The colour Gladys Berejiklian chose to deliver her first Budget speech said it all: in NSW, Liberal blue is the new black.
Jacob Saulwick Sydney's new metro train line, upgrades for the existing Western train line, and new bus lanes and motorway tunnels are projects that will be accelerated through an early down-payment from the privatisation of electricity assets.
Harriet Alexander The NSW government will tip $5 billion into building and expanding its most decrepit public hospitals and emergency services over the next four years, including a rapid upgrade of the beleaguered Blacktown Hospital.
James Massola Prime Minister Tony Abbott has launched a blistering attack on the ABC's Q&A program, asking "whose side are you on" after an Australian man convicted of threatening Commonwealth officials appeared on the program.