A driver who allegedly struck a young boy outside a primary school in Sydney's south-west before driving away without helping the child has been arrested and charged by police.
Sean Nicholls The fight over the $800 million Wallarah 2 coal mine proposal on the central coast is set to resume with its backers preparing to resubmit plans that would allow it to proceed without negotiating with the local Aboriginal land council.
Henrietta Cook, Education Reporter Australian students will continue to slip behind in reading, maths and science unless there is urgent action from all governments, a new report has warned.
Ava Benny-Morrison and Nick Ralston An ill-fated drug run and discarded bail papers may be what sparked an interstate manhunt after the shooting of underworld figure Walid "Wally" Ahmad.
Jacob Saulwick and Melanie Kembrey New councils are to be created across Sydney and NSW as early as this week if Premier Mike Baird's cabinet signs off on merger proposals on Thursday.
Beau Donelly "Lawless behaviour" will return to the scandal-ridden 7-Eleven chain now that the independent panel set up to assess compensation claims for exploited workers has been sacked, the outgoing head of the scheme said.
Tammy Mills, Nino Bucci and David Wroe Would-be tinnie soldiers arrested in Cairns before fulfilling a bizarre plan to get to Syria.
Andrew Taylor Sydney beats Melbourne in the latest battle of the musicals, but secrecy surrounds the cost to taxpayers of bringing Beautiful: The Carole King Musical to Sydney.
David Wroe Five Islamic extremists including firebrand preacher Musa Cerantonio who planned to sneak out of Australia by boat to join Islamic State in Syria had all had their passports cancelled, police have said.
David Wroe More than half of ASIO investigations now target people aged 25 and under – triple the proportion just three years ago.
The team at Positive Living Skills have launched their Early Childhood Wellbeing Program at Nurture One Victoria Street ...