The radio veteran, TV presenter and comedian is being remembered fondly after dying at 71.
The MP targeted in a homophobic post by NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham doesn't expect an apology and places no stock in Pauline Hanson's condemnation of her state ally's behaviour.Alex Greenwich said he did not want to waste his time engaging the one-time federal Labor leader turned One Nation MP's now-deleted Twitter post but admitted it had affected him.
Repeated failures on Sydney's train network will be the subject of a major independent investigation, as those choosing to drive are forced to endure another toll rise.Sydney rail commuters have endured a year of delays, disruptions and widespread outages, including a digital radio system failure on March 8 that left every train stationary for 90 minutes at the start of the afternoon peak.
The surf club has been forced to act after some members continued to breach the change room policy. Find out more.
After managing to toss a $150,000 defamation judgment in favour of Erin Molan, the Daily Mail has reached a walk-away settlement with the television presenter.At a Federal Court mediation on Thursday, Molan and the Daily Mail mutually agreed to discontinue the proceedings with each side paying their own legal costs.
Wildlife rescuers in Sydney are concerned about the risk to pets and children. Here's what you need to know.
Pauline Hanson has labelled one-time Labor leader turned One Nation MP Mark Latham's homophobic slur toward a fellow MP "disgusting", and urged him to apologise.Ms Hanson, who appeared at an anti-transgender rally last week in Canberra, took to Twitter on Thursday to condemn Mr Latham's homophobic attack.
Airports are bracing for chaos and passenger confusion when the clocks go back in most states this Sunday. Find out exactly when daylight saving ends.
A hot new bar is causing a stir with drinkers over its 'unique' function. Find out how it works.
A police officer mocked and challenged a mentally ill, knife-wielding man to a fight before other officers stormed his home and shot him dead after a nine-hour siege, an inquest has been told.Todd McKenzie, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, was fatally shot at Taree on the NSW mid-north coast in 2019 when police were called to a property over concerns for his welfare.
Potentially toxic algae has been found in the Darling-Baaka River in outback NSW, as small clusters of dead fish wash up a fortnight after a historic mass kill.Millions of dead fish surfaced at Menindee weeks ago due to low levels of dissolved oxygen in the water, known as hypoxic blackwater, a condition made worse by prolonged floods and unseasonal heatwaves.
Milton Orkopoulos used his position as a councillor and government minister to gain the trust of young boys before giving them drugs and sexually abusing them, jurors have heard.During her closing address in the former Labor MP's trial on Thursday, crown prosecutor Cate Dodds said one victim had been enticed in through Orkopoulous' claims he was a "powerful mover and shaker".
The former CEO of a peak industry body has fought back against a Daily Mail article which he says falsely reported that he stalked Australian reality TV star Simone Holtznagel.Benjamin Reeves, 59, has hit the Dailymail with a defamation suit in the Federal Court over a September 2022 article which alleged he stalked Ms Holtznagel and had an apprehended violence order taken out against him by another woman.
Police have released images from a video taken of the strange incident after multiple witnesses called authorities.
Pacing the room holding a knife he just used to stab two girls, killing one of them, Kristian Kovaleff told the other he was a "monster" who was "going to get 25 years".The immature, Ted Bundy-obsessed murderer, who did not get the "thrill" he expected from killing a teenage girl, was sentenced to at least 26 years in jail.
Kmart and Big W continue to sell them, but is it time to ban polystyrene balls?
NSW's election result won't be finalised for at least another three weeks, with a record number of postal votes still being tallied and a lack of staff to count them.The count won't be finished until all postal votes have been returned to the Electoral Commissioner.
When police found 18-year-old Mark Stewart dead at the bottom of a cliff near a known gay beat on Sydney's northern beaches, they quickly ruled out foul play.But a special commission of inquiry into suspected gay hate crimes has heard NSW Police should have done more to investigate if Mr Stewart was murdered.
In one of his first acts as NSW premier, Chris Minns has surveyed the impact of a mass fish kill in the state's northwest.Mr Minns travelled to Menindee on Wednesday to talk with local agencies and announce an inquiry after millions of fish died in the Darling River close to two weeks ago.
A police officer soon to face a sexual assault trial has failed to have it delayed after a judge ruled he had ample time to prepare his defence.Ankit Thangasamy has been charged with knowingly have sexual intercourse without consent.
The three decade old receipt sparked a diversity of opinion about what consumers face at the grocery store today.
Two people on board a US amateur-built kit plane were killed minutes after takeoff when it crashed in southwest Sydney on Boxing Day.The doomed two-seater plane hit the ground, sparking a small bushfire and killing the pilot and passenger, who co-owned the aircraft.
A man jailed for murder almost a decade ago will face a fresh trial, winning an appeal to quash his conviction after another man confessed to pulling the trigger.Wassim Tiriaki was found guilty by a jury in May 2014 of murdering Matthew Hedges in his Chester Hill, Sydney, home on the final day of 2011.
A case against an alleged murderer accused of stabbing his victim in a domestic violence attack may not go to trial as his mental health fitness is assessed.Paul Wayne Banks was charged after a man was found stabbed in a home in Sydney's southwest and later passed away.
Federal Greens leader Adam Bandt and Senator Sarah Hanson-Young allegedly received emailed threats of serious violence from a Sydney man charged by police last week.Anthony Robert Pereira, 54, was arrested on March 24 in Auburn, accused of sending menacing emails to the two Greens politicians from October 2022 to March this year.