Fog engulfed Sydney's world famous harbour for the second time this month on Saturday (June 29), causing delays and flight cancellations.
More than 300,000 revellers on Saturday descended onto Sydney's iconic Oxford Street for the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade.
Sydney ushered in 2019 with more than a million people lining the world famous harbour to watch the biggest fireworks display the city had ever seen.
The ultimate Halloween pumpkin carving competition was held at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium on Tuesday, October 30.
At the age of 32 world champion Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt has made his soccer debut in Australia
The auction at Sotheby's, 'The Art of Divorce' attracted dozens of buyers and spectators and reaped in more than $208 million dollars in Sydney.
No deaths or serious injuries were reported, but the bushfires have caused extensive damage in rural areas of Victoria and New South Wales
Hundreds of partygoers take part in Sydney's famous Mardi Gras.
Witnesses describe what they saw and, in some cases, how they tried to help, as a sea plane crashed into water near Sydney, killing all six on board.
Large protests were held across Australia on Saturday against Indian mining giant Adani Enterprises’ proposed Carmichael coal mine, which would be the country’s largest coal mine but has been delayed for years over environmental and financing issues.
Security has been stepped up at airports across Australia after police said they foiled a plot for a bomb attack on a plane
Australia's reconciliation process with its Aboriginal community takes another step forwards with NSW deciding to fly indigenous flags permanently
An Australian coroner says police failed to act quickly enough in a Sydney cafe siege in 2014 that left three people dead.
Taronga Zoo’s baby pygmy hippopotamus – the first born in seven years – made its first public appearance in Sydney on Friday (March 17, 2017).
Thousands of spectators packed into Sydney’s city centre on Saturday 4th March 2017 for the annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Amateur rugby players donned wigs and white jumpsuits on Friday (13 January) for a rugby match that pipped The Blue Suede Shoes against the Reddy Teddies in the town of Parkes, west of…
Sculpture by the Sea, along a coastal walk near Sydney, is the largest open-air sculpture show in the world.
Australia is celebrating the unique design of the 1950’s from fashion to furnishings.
SYDNEY 2000 A memorable Games for Water-sports
As is often the case at the Olympics, the host nation – in this case Australia – excelled. To
A man was arrested after climbing up an arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Friday in an incident that brought traffic to a standstill.
Torrential rain and high winds battered Australia’s east coast on Sunday, leaving up to 26,000 homes without power while flooding forced hundreds of people into evacuation…
A light show on the sails of the Sydney Opera House opened the VIVID Festival, a festival which celebrated light, music and new ideas.
One person has been reportedly killed and two others injured in a shooting at a factory on the outskirts of Sydney. Police said they do not believe
Sydney marks one year since the Lindt cafe siege
People around the world showed their sorrow and solidarity with France on Saturday in the wake of the Paris attacks. In Rio de Janeiro the iconic
Every year, Sydney’s coastline is transformed into a public art gallery for a couple of weeks thanks to the ‘Sculpture by the Sea’ exhibition