NSW MPs have kicked off a debate a petition of more than 12,000 signatures which calls for the repeal of a law protecting the Snowy Mountains brumby.
An elderly man who lived opposite the home where William Tyrrell was last seen has added new pieces to his story at the missing NSW boy's inquest.
Engineers investigating the cause of cracking in Mascot Towers will tell a meeting of unit owners that some residents could return home in the new year.
Strong winds are whipping up a bushfire close to a major NSW motorway while an out of control bushfire is threatening properties in the north east of the state.
University of NSW researchers say the number of strip searches in the state jumped to 5483 in the 12 months to mid-2018 compared with 277 in 2006.
A man from Victoria is due to face court in October after being charged with allegedly falsely reporting a missing swimmer off the NSW south coast.
An Indigenous family has described their "humiliation" after allegedly being denied entry and service to two western Sydney hotels partly because of their race.
Parents who fed their toddler a vegan diet, leaving her severely malnourished, have been sentenced to 300 hours of community service, avoiding jail.
Police believe a string of spot fires in bushland on the NSW south coast may have been deliberately lit and have launched an investigation.
Despite seeing several large branches fall in a playground, Woollahra Council doesn't see the "widow maker" as a safety threat.
NRL player Jack de Belin has discontinued his appeal over the code's stand-down policy after his rape trial was set down for a date before the 2020 season.
The parents of a baby girl fed a vegan diet and left severely malnourished in Sydney have been sentenced to 300 hours of community service but spared jail.
Comedian Charles Firth has attached another plate to Cardinal George Pell's plaque in Sydney spelling out that he's a "convicted pedophile".
Damaging winds are expected to lash southern NSW before moving to Sydney and the northern part of the state as powerful surf also batters the coastline.
Police have charged 19-year-old twin brothers after they allegedly assaulted a 42-year-old father with a baseball bat in Sydney's southwest.
Amy Vaughn claimed a gang of high schoolers in Western Sydney attacked her with a hammer after her daughter was hit days earlier.