A Sydney woman who assaulted an elderly dementia patient will serve her jail sentence of at least six months in home detention.
A nursing home assistant has told a Sydney court she found a woman, who couldn't walk or stand on her own, alone in a bedroom with her pants two metres away.
A NSW police officer used excessive force when he struck a naked teenage boy multiple times, the state's police watchdog has found.
Relatives of three Aboriginal children who disappeared almost 30 years ago say it's "great to be finally heard" as NSW takes the case to the High Court.
NSW Police have searched a Fairfield pawn shop as they investigate the acid killing of 39-year-old registered nurse Monika Chetty four years ago.
The parent turned out to be one of ten division one winning entries across Australia in Saturday's Lotto draw, taking home a cool $408,233.51.
The prison guards union wanted Sydney's Parklea prison returned to public hands but instead it will be run by a joint Australian-US venture from April 2019.
The Blue Mountains schoolgirl admitted to taking part in the 'hoax' – as government officials threaten to crackdown on the 'parasites' behind the nation’s fruit contamination crisis.
NSW Labor has slammed the government's plan to raise the wall of the Warragamba Dam, accusing it of pandering to developers despite serious risks.
Woolworths has taken the extraordinary step of withdrawing sewing needles from its shelves nationally following the fruit tampering crisis.
The supermarket giants announced they would rise the price of its 3L store-branded milk by 30 cents across all their stores nationwide.
The ex-partner of slain Brazilian mining executive Cecilia Haddad has fronted court over her death five months after her body was found dumped in Sydney’s Lane Cover River.
A third person who spent time in Lidcombe in western Sydney has contracted legionnaires' disease, prompting another warning from health authorities.
NSW detectives believe fruit contamination in the state has been the work of copycats and pranksters and have vowed offenders will be punished.
A former NSW college has won an appeal against a court verdict which found it had been systematically acting unconscionably as it enrolled regional students.