Hundreds of political junkies and last-minute Christmas shoppers are lining up to meet former prime minister Julia Gillard in the city.
A Sydney jeweller found guilty of killing his partner after three trials spanning four years has again had his verdict quashed.
The Abbott government’s new-look cabinet was sworn in on Tuesday, bringing to a close a tumultuous first calendar year for the Coalition.
Popular Vietnamese tuckshop business, MissChu, has gone into voluntary administration and will retrench at least a third of its staff in Sydney.
After making one of the best stock market debuts of 2014, Beacon Lighting Group is showing no signs of slowing down.
Australia's final days on the United Nations Security Council will be spent grappling with a Palestinian bid to impose an international peace plan to end the decades-long conflict with Israel.
Canberran 17-year-old has mear miss with freight train while traveling at double the speed limit.
The NSW government has already started to transfer rail infrastructure in Newcastle such as signals, lights, and boomgates to a new owner, the Hunter Development Corporation, as it faces a legal challenge to its ability to shut the city's rail line.
The bright sunshine did little to raise spirits at St Stephens Uniting Church as family and friends gathered to farewell Sydney siege victim Tori Johnson on Tuesday morning.
As petrol prices have rapidly fallen, the latest question is whether or not parity will be reached.