The application for a mega development at the Inglis stable yards has been slammed by residents for ignoring how a future light rail line could disrupt traffic movements in the area.
David Wroe Jailed terrorists who still pose a risk when their prison terms expire could be held indefinitely under national laws agreed to by Malcolm Turnbull and state premiers on Friday.
Sean Nicholls Prospective home buyers in NSW could save hundreds of dollars in an Australian first.
Sean Nicholls As NSW Premier Mike Baird's experience so clearly demonstrates, sometimes the most difficult decisions are easiest to make in a crisis.
Peter Martin The top 1 per cent of Australian earners amassed an extraordinary 9 per cent of Australian income in 2013, the highest proportion since the 1950s.
Mark Kenny State and territory leaders have flatly rejected Malcolm Turnbull's radical plan to hand them income taxing powers, unceremoniously consigning the idea to the political dustbin.
A week in photos from award winning Sydney Morning Herald photographers.
Anne Davies A beautiful iconic building that will rival the Opera House. Or an out-of-proportion tower, sitting atop a giant leagues club that has colonised a prime public site on the waterfront?
Andrew Hornery THORPE HEAD
Michael Gordon Two months ago, Samuel* was among 37 babies facing imminent removal to a life in limbo on Nauru. That was when his picture, and images of many of the others facing removal, appeared on the front page of Fairfax Media newspapers.