John Moyle interviews candidate for Wentworth, Allegra Spender, who hopes to oust Liberal member Dave Sharma and return the seat to independent hands.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has promised to commit $500m towards a high-speed rail from Sydney to Newcastle as an election promise.
Clover Moore has been comfortably returned as Sydney Lord Mayor despite a swing against her.
Editor-at-large Gary Nunn meets Shauna Jarrett, the conservative candidate who has thrown her hat in the ring to run the City of Sydney.
The NSW Lower House has passed the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill on the last parliamentary sitting day for the year, 52 to 32 votes.
Small Business Party founder and leader Angela Vithoulkas on losing her business – and why she changed her mind on running for a third council term at the City of Sydney.
The Friends of Erskineville group says Sydney Park is under threat from a proposal which would see a large apartment complex built overlooking the park’s renowned wetlands.
The NSW Labor leader’s decision to vote against voluntary assisted dying shows him to be out of touch, lacking leadership and deeply disappointing to progressive voters, opines Gary Nunn.
A new footbridge connecting Carriageworks and South Eveleigh has been proposed by the Friends of Erskineville, REDWatch and Alexandria Residents Action Group.
In the wake of Gladys Berejiklian’s resignation, Gary Nunn examines the premier’s considerable, complicated and sometimes controversial legacy.
Young families have welcomed City of Sydney Councillor Linda Scott’s call for a debate over the cancellation of Sydney’s 9pm New Year’s Eve fireworks.
Concerns have been raised over the City of Sydney non-resident vote, with the LGA requiring an earlier deadline for voter registrations than other LGAs.
Climate activists are continuing to demand that both major parties heed climate science and pull back from “gas-led recovery” plans, reports Margaret Gleeson.
In the final instalment of a three-part series on Juanita Nielsen, John Moyle explores the years after Nielsen’s disappearance, including her entry into the lexicon of popular culture.
In July 1975, activist, journalist and Kings Cross local Juanita Nielsen disappeared, never to be seen again. In this – the first instalment of a three-part series of articles on the topic – John Moyle paints a picture of the Cross at the time.