Savas Guven, the Mosman chief executive with a violent past, has been slapped with two fresh charges of intimidation after an alleged "parking rage" incident saw him charged with assault in July.
Peter Martin Financial market analysts believe the economy went backwards immediately after the July election, ending 5 years of continuous growth and calling into question the government's repeated promise to "deliver jobs and growth".
Nick Ralston, Sean Nicholls and Michaela Whitbourn Former NSW deputy police commissioner Nick Kaldas has launched legal action to stop the state's ombudsman's publishing his report into the police bugging scandal.
Lisa Visentin, Megan Levy A man has died after he and another camper were struck by lightning during a camping trip on the top of Mount Warning, near Murwillumbah, as severe thunderstorms hit the state's north on Tuesday morning.
Damien Murphy One of the young Aboriginal man at the centre of the Don Dale youth detention centre scandal, Dylan Voller , is threatening a hunger strike over threats of abuse by guards in the Darwin Correctional Centre, according to his mother.
Matthew Knott "We already have an MD trying to drive change and further uncertainty won't help."
Stephanie Gardiner Scott Richardson said he thought a person sleeping on a sofa in his Redfern flat was his friend. But a court has heard it was a woman, who has accused him of rape.
Michaela Whitbourn A local councillor is facing suspension from office after he called the mayor a "bitch" and told her "I hope you choke on your sandwich".
Tom McIlroy, Fergus Hunter, Georgia Wilkins The Turnbull government is backing away from its plans for a new tribunal to deal with complaints against the big banks.
Matt O'Sullivan Under the plans, roads will be widened, clearways installed, trees removed and intersections realigned.
Public schools in the St George and Sutherland Shire area will be without the majority of their teachers ...