Jockeying over train stations to be built south of a second harbour rail crossing has already begun, with Sydney University lobbying for a campus station and the government’s property development arm pushing for a station in a redeveloped Waterloo.
Sweeping changes to the national curriculum are unlikely to be ready for the 2015 school year, despite widespread agreement the syllabus needs decluttering.
As Sydney house prices skyrocket and traffic congestion worsens, some enterprising workers are moving north to seek the lifestyle they want in Queensland while continuing their careers in NSW.
The head of the Australian National University has defended a decision to dump certain resources stocks from the university's $1 billion investment portfolio on ethical grounds, saying fossil fuel-reliant companies will not survive the next 20 to 30 years.
While an elderly woman watered her garden in northern NSW, a robber broke into her house and stole thousands of dollars she had been saving to take her son on holiday, police say.
A man has stabbed his younger brother in the arm, then slashed his tyres after the siblings started fighting in a car in Sydney's southwest, police say.
Local shares are poised to extend Friday's losses into the new week as sentiment continues to turn bearish on rising concerns about the outlook for global growth.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme needs to be amended to recognise the needs carers, a new report has recommended.
A boy is in a critical condition after being hit by a small truck while riding his bike south of Sydney, with the truck driver stopping briefly before driving away, police say.
A night of violence threatens to turn Bondi's Campbell Parade into another Sydney mean street.