The NSW government has announced that it will contribute an extra $2.1 million to a support program for young people with a mental illness.
Leesha McKenny A Sydney project compared to New York's famous High Line will not be ready for the grand opening of Frank Gehry's first Australian building after becoming mired in delays.
Noel Towell Dumped defence contractor Serco will have to pay hundreds of thousands in redundancies to up to 300 Canberra workers it sacked after losing the facilities contract for Defence sites around the capital.
Noel Towell Thousands of public servants at the Immigration Department and Customs a service will have to get physical if they want a job at the new "Australian Border Force".
Michael Koziol Of all the heartfelt pleas for compassion voiced in Martin Place on Thursday night, none was more moving than the words of Edith Visvanathan.
Sean Nicholls Newsagents and convenience stores are being offered a guarantee lottery products will not be distributed by large supermarket chains Coles and Woolworths until early 2018 in a bid to defuse a damaging pre-election stoush with the NSW government.
Louise Hall A joint NSW-Commonwealth review is due to report within days.
An article published on January 21 titled "Party animal and ladies' man, but still hungry for violence" referred to the IS fighter Mahmoud Abdullatif.
James Robertson A re-elected Baird government would waive entry fees for children to two of the state’s most popular museums.
Peter Hannam The NSW government has been accused of “signing the death warrant for the Liverpool Plains” after the Planning Assessment Commission approved the $1.2 billion Shenhua Watermark open-cut coal mine for the region.