Two children and a young woman contracted measles and spent time in western Sydney while infectious
Georgina Mitchell When the starter's gun fires for the Sydney Morning Herald half marathon on May 21, Nathan Johnston and Nathan Shoemark won't be trying to beat each other.
James Robertson On Sydney's southern tip at Burraneer, Harry Magiros and Vicki Weeks are engaged in what could be, statistically, Sydney's most epic neighbourly dispute.
Eryk Bagshaw and James Massola Treasurer Scott Morrison has urged financial regulators to crackdown on investor loans, warning restrictions have "worn off," allowing investors to storm back into the market hurting housing affordability levels and promoting surging household debt.
Louise Hall A man who defaced the NSW Police Wall of Remembrance suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and was under a delusion he was being pursued by the government, a court has heard.
James Massola, Michael Gordon The Turnbull government has hand-balled responsibility for protecting people facing big pay cuts on Sundays and public holidays to the Fair Work Commission, effectively guaranteeing Labor and the union movement will mount a ferocious industrial relations campaign all the way until the next election.
Melanie Kembrey A day care owner who amassed a multi-million dollar fortune through bogus government benefit claims has maintained her innocence, telling a psychologist she has no idea how or why she was found guilty.
Rachel Browne The Hillsong Church does not have a policy of offering financial compensation to people who have allegedly suffered child sexual abuse within the organisation, a royal commission has heard.
Amy Remeikis Pauline Hanson has compared Islam to a disease Australians need to vaccinate themselves against, a comment described by the deputy prime minister as "bat poo crazy".
Megan Levy Two truck drivers are dead after a fiery head-on crash that has closed the notorious Picton Road in Wilton, in Sydney's south.