Bottles and pot plants were thrown during a violent neighbour dispute that left three people in hospital in Sydney's south overnight, police say.
Sean Nicholls Controversial Auburn councillor Hicham Zraika has been sensationally expelled from the Labor party after his failure to vote for his ALP colleague saw embattled deputy major Salim Mehajer re-elected to the position.
Peter Hannam The beaches will be the place to head to as Sydney's last major burst of heat for spring moves through the city, sending temperatures into the high 30s and triggering a total fire ban..
Michael Gordon The ACTU is recasting its political strategy after its own survey showed a 10 per cent jump in the number of union members are undecided about who they will support at next year's election.
Michael Gordon The erosion of fundamental freedoms and overreach of ministerial discretion is leaving Australia increasingly isolated from international community standards, the president of the Human Rights Commission, Professor Gillian Triggs has warned.
Julia Medew Pharmacists will monitor their customers' conditions and manage medications, including giving vaccinations, in a trial with a group of doctors next year.
Sean Nicholls About $8 billion will be poured into NSW infrastructure projects from the privatisation of high voltage electricity company Transgrid for $10.26 billion by the state government.
Esther Han The battle to convince politicians of what shoppers truly expect when they buy free range eggs has intensified, with consumer and industry groups attempting to quash each other's research.
Michaela Whitbourn Almost two years after the departure of its last chairman, the NSW Law Reform Commission has a new lease of life with a former head of the corporate regulator taking on the top job.
Jessica Irvine Female managers are paid 29 per cent less than their male counterparts - a gap worse than lower paid women. And bosses are failing to practise the family friendly work patterns they preach, undermining progress towards gender pay equity.