Most days the Lady Herron ferry passes the Sydney Opera House en route to its signature destination of the Taronga Park Zoo, the ferry driver toots the horn. Regulars on the ferry service joke the driver is saying hello to the Opera House CEO Louise Herron, whose great aunt was the Governor's wife for whom the ferry is named.
Jenna Clarke, Sarah Muller Sydneysiders can soon breathe a sigh of relief as the weekend's heatwave will give way to milder spring days.
Margaret Daly still remembers the days she would visit her husband John at his nursing home, only to find him restrained in a chair with the straps so tight they almost cut into his genitals.
Cameron Mee A driver is on the run after a pedestrian was killed in a hit and run incident in Milperra on Sunday morning.
Pallavi Singhal More than 20,000 Australians expected to fly to Bali in the next two weeks could be left stranded on the island if the Mount Agung volcano, which is on high alert, erupts.
Fergus Hunter The mayor of the newly formed Inner West council will move to have free weddings for all same-sex couples in the suburbs under his control should gay marriage be legalised later this year.
Cameron Mee A Yagoona father is due to appear in court after he allegedly left his young son in a car and his toddler at home.
Saimi Jeong One "pissed off" intended recipient of the dumped mail said he'd enrolled especially to vote 'yes'.
Michael Bachelard When David Stephens' elderly mother Jyl fell in December, it seemed to be the start of a new family tradition.
John Silvester While the government has been determined to stop the boats, it seems it is not so keen to stop an illicit product responsible for thousands of overdoses.