The summer holidays might be over but summer itself isn't finished with Sydney, not by a long shot.
Matt O'Sullivan The entry into service of the first of six new government-owned ferries on Sydney Harbour in 16 years has been delayed because the Catherine Hamlin's small rudders and shallow hull make it difficult to manoeuvre in high winds.
Noel Towell Department got $104 million to replace creaking system. Four years later, it's still there.
Jacob Saulwick If Gladys Berejiklian wants to make housing more affordable across Sydney by supplying more houses, Appin, to the far south-west of the city might be one of the areas to which the new Premier turns her eye.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Details of who will be resettled in the US remain unclear.
Sean Nicholls The new line-up elevates the Premier's backers while sending a message to western Sydney and regional NSW
Sean Nicholls The new premier has pledged to govern for all of NSW but Labor says the new ministry rewards factional operatives.
Sean Nicholls The statement follows formation of the Left Renewal group
Miki Perkins Donald Trump's Muslim ban banishing normal, honest people who are trying to visit their families, says Melbourne's Somalian community.
Matt Wade A stamp duty jackpot for the state's coffers
Your weekly stroll down memory lane
A small group of former Bogan Gate residents meets in Sydney's Botanical Garden each February.
We are almost at the end of the second month of 2017. Enjoy the best photos of the ...
Dyslexia experts will speak at a free seminar in Parkes on March 10.
A number of Parkes people had a coffee with a cop at Cafe'n'Ate on Thursday morning.
For the first time, heritage homes in Parkes will open to the public as part of a new ...
NSW Police are launching a new campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of illegal drug use.