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.
Two housemaids and another man, Andreanus Ongo, the boyfriend of one of the maids, are in custody for the murder, which was alleged to have taken place in the kitchen of the luxury villa the couple shared.
Canberra's Jason Roses may have been evicted from the Big Brother house but he's still dancing.
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A multi-state taskforce to investigate suspected ties between organised crime and union officials is to be established.
Fairfax Media has been nominated for 16 of the most prestigious awards in Australian journalism.
There is growing optimism in the federal government that a compromise can be reached with Labor on a revised 2020 renewable energy target, even as 100 jobs were shed in a wind turbine company.
NSW stands to lose as much as $2.5 billion in investment in 10 approved wind farms that won't proceed if the federal government achieves its goal of slashing the renewable energy target, an industry group said.
Australian Pharmaceutical Industries chief executive Stephen Roche says within two years the distribution of over the counter medicines and health and beauty products to the Priceline network of stores will be more profitable than the traditional drug wholesaling business.