From the air, the rowing boats march in unison like spindly legged insects. But on the choppy water, athletes' oars slapping the wake of passing ferries, a 154-year-old rivalry dominates.
One of Sydney’s pub icons is up for sale, with owners pointing to both lock-out laws and the lure of property developer dollars as reasons for putting the once-legendary Kings Cross nightspot The Bourbon on the block.
Corner shops plan to take up the challenge as retail giants move back into local neighbourhoods.
According to CBRE’s research, the shortfall between the potential liquidity of funds ending their lifespan and the market’s ability to absorb these assets will be around US$10 billion in the coming two years.
Dancer Liz Lea explains her fascination with Ahmed Kathrada - the South African activist who was one of Nelson Mandela's closest confidantes - and who is the subject of her new dance piece.
The work of five indigenous artists is brought together in an unusual juxtaposition of fine work at the ANU Drill Hall, says Sasha Grishin.
Organisers say professional bureaucratic niceties will not apply on the squash court.
The head of the NSW construction union, Brian Parker, has denied "concocting a plan" to obtain confidential documents revealing the personal details of Cbus superannuation fund members that were hand delivered to his office, a royal commission has heard.
Greens Senator Scott Ludlam has taken a novel approach to attacking the Government's proposed data retention laws, appearing in an online satirical rap video
For Patrick Green, a physiotherapy student at the University of Sydney, the thought of doing his two-unit maths HSC course again would make him want to "crawl up into a little ball and cry."