Keiran Loveridge, the youth who killed Sydney teenager Thomas Kelly with a single, savage punch to the head, has taken his case to the High Court, arguing his sentence should not have been doubled on appeal.
Just what will happen with our share market from here is far from certain.
This fast-growing area will be vital for November's state election.
A union has warned the number of apprentices on construction sites will plummet if the federal government passes laws that will make it illegal for unions and companies to make agreements about how many apprentices should be hired.
Numbering 300 strong, the Swans cheer squad is a bedlam of passion, determination and history.
She might be an Olympic steeplechaser, but come November Victoria Mitchell will be defending her championship in the 10km run at the Rebel Run Sydney, which the Sun-Herald sponsors.
Sydney motorists will soon be sharing the roads with 30-tonne trucks making around a million trips to and from major transport construction sites, carting dirt and rock.
59 drunks banned from city bars for a year
Police have smashed a Sydney pen-gun syndicate accused of supplying miniature weapons to bikies and organised criminals.
Home owners will soon be left paying the price for shoddy apartments, a consumer advocacy group warns in a scathing assessment of the state government's new building laws.
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