Prices started at $1.7m for one-bedrooms in the Sirius luxury apartment building but that didn’t stop 60 from being snapped up off the plan. Jonathan Chancellor reveals who’s buying what and where around NSW.
Travellers arriving into WA from NSW will need to immediately self-isolate until they return negative result for coronavirus.
A police officer at Kwinana Police Station will be given ‘guidance’ about their future use of social media after inadvertently posting a tweet falsely accusing the NSW Premier of corruption.
Award-winning musos Felicity Urquhart and The Waifs’ Josh Cunningham have found new love and are going on tour together.
Mascot Towers owners say it is “bordering on criminal” that Bayside Council would jack up council rates by 13 per cent next month when many residents are heading towards bankruptcy.
Today The Sunday Telegraph launches part one of the making of criminal mastermind Bassam Hamzy, one of the state’s most notorious gangsters who still wields his influence from behind prison bars. EXCLUSIVE MULTIMEDIA SPECIAL REPORT.
Homebuyers and renovators are being sideswiped by blowouts in build time and costs in a real estate market already fraught with anxiety.
James MacSmith and Nathan Mawby
NSW has recorded two local virus cases as it combats the Bondi outbreak, with another four cases in hotel quarantine.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian has a new boyfriend. She confirmed last night she had begun a relationship with the top lawyer who represented her in last year at ICAC.
Annette Sharp and Brenden Hills
A proposal to squeeze 5000 people into an eastern suburbs enclave has been sunk amid traffic and parking concerns.
NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler has told Skyview project developers Toplace their property has “serious defects”, leaving more than 200 apartment buyers waiting.
A controversial Sydney barrister who fought to keep his “tongue-in-cheek” number plates has been scouted in a KFC for a new film.
Liberal MP and former SAS soldier Andrew Hastie is expected to testify about a mission where Ben Roberts-Smith allegedly ‘blooded’ another soldier, according to court documents.
With cocaine running rampant on Australia’s streets, police are cracking down on the dealers who are supplying it in record levels – these are their stories.
Fast cars, designer clothes and a highly curated social media profile depict some of Sydney’s flashiest real estate agents – but The Daily Telegraph has crunched the numbers and can reveal where the real money lies.
Mitchell Van Homrigh, Belinda Palmada
A police prosecutor said allowing a tradie who pleaded guilty to supplying cocaine to escape conviction was “sending the wrong message”.
Australia’s stunning economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic has continued, with the unemployment rate dropping to just 5.1 per cent.
The Friday long lunch is back, with the state government handing out $100 vouchers for meals in the CBD in a new budget stimulus measure.
Aussie mum and dad cryptocurrency traders say they have lost small fortunes during outages on the world’s biggest exchange, Binance.
It’s a tough job, but someone had to rank the NRL’s sexiest players, so we called on an expert panel to do it. WHO GETS YOUR VOTE?
Billions have been lost to the economy from the shutdown of cruising but industry leaders have a plan to start the ships again.
The world’s first flying car grand prix will launch this year, driven by an SA company testing the airspeeders in the outback.
A hot meal is a way to get people through the doors at Wayside Chapel but it’s the talking, singing and community that brings them back, writes Kelsey Hogan.
Shocking revelations about three Sydney brothers include alleged links to an unsolved murder, the alleged theft of 200kg of cocaine and close ties to bikie gangs. SUBSCRIBE to read our Powder Keg special investigation.
Josh Hanrahan and Daniel McGookin
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