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Opal’s ‘sky gardens’ investigated

The stunning sky gardens running through the middle of Sydney’s crumbling Opal Tower — a huge selling point for the 36-storey...

Naked man’s bizarre behaviour

A naked man who was running and disorientated in nearby bushland has been taken into custody, after a woman was found...

Bob Hawke reveals ‘terrible health’

Former prime minister Bob Hawke is reportedly confident Labor will win the upcoming federal election but doesn't think he'll be around...

Man falls 10 metres down Town Hall escalator

A man has suffered a broken jaw and broken teeth after falling 10 metres down an escalator giude rail at Sydney's...

Dangers of ‘sick-building syndrome’

The term “sick-building syndrome” has been thrust into the spotlight this week, though many of us have never heard it before. Written...

Neil Prakash’s citizenship revoked

Neil Prakash, the Melbourne man who became a recruiter for the Islamic State militant group, has reportedly been stripped of his...

A crime unlike others: Policing terrorism in Australia

‘‘We are the goalkeepers but we know that some will get through,’’ Assistant Commissioner Ross Guenther says. Written by John Silvester This...

Holy moly: Face spotted in woman’s scan

The Virgin Mary's image has been seen on everything from freeway litter to burnt toast but one Canberra woman was shocked...

Water damage, dangerous mould: Why we need a building defects inquiry

NSW has a shameful history of developer influence over politicians. Written by This news first appeared on https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/water-damage-dangerous-mould-why-we-need-a-building-defects-inquiry-20181228-p50omu.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_national under the title...

Tablet interactive: Tiaras, tantrums, falls and fights: what a year!

As the end of 2018 approaches, it's time to ask: was it a vintage year for Private Sydney? Written by This...