The privacy of poetry professor Barry Spurr has been "trashed" with the exposure of his racist and sexist emails as part of a political campaign against the Federal Government's national curriculum review, his barrister argued in the Federal Court on Thursday.
The state government will begin preparing to tear up George Street this Sunday to lay the path for the new eastern suburbs light rail project.But the first stage of the $1.6 billion project could also threaten to be one of its most fraught. Companies close to the project have warned the state government is underestimating the complexity of navigating the underside of Sydney’s oldest and busiest street.
State government lawyers have refused to acknowledge that sexual abuse suffered by Aboriginal girls at a western NSW foster home ever took place, despite the perpetrator being convicted and sent to jail.
The Sydney student who leaked information about a fashion school scholarship controversially awarded to the daughter of the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, sincerely believed she was acting in the public interest and was unaware she was breaking the law.
Child suicide numbers in NSW have reached their highest point in eight years and mental health experts are calling for earlier intervention and improved co-ordination of services.
Quest franchisees have signed a $500-million strategic partnership with one of the world's largest serviced apartment owner-operators – Singapore based The Ascott Limited.
From a kibbutz to Sydney's party scene, Ronni Kahn had seen it all. But when she really reflected on what life was all about, she knew she needed to give back.
The head of Christian Schools Australia has berated NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli for insulting religious schools by suggesting some turn their back on needy students despite their wealth.
The first auction of former coal billionaire Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm properties could be declared a "non-starter" after all were passed in at auction on Thursday.