‘Tremendous place for families’:Push to rebuild Manly Cove harbour pool and boardwalk

‘Tremendous place for families’:Push to rebuild Manly Cove harbour pool and boardwalk

The bulldozing of Manly’s old aquarium has revived a push to transform Manly Cove by rebuilding its historic harbour pool and boardwalk.

  • byAndrew Taylor

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‘Crying shame’:Sydney’s prized steamship languishes out of public reach

‘Crying shame’:Sydney’s prized steamship languishes out of public reach

Almost six years after it was forced to leave Darling Harbour,the owner of the South Steyne is still struggling to find a permanent home for the grand lady.

  • byMatt O'Sullivan
The race to pull the wreck of the Baragoola from Sydney Harbour

The race to pull the wreck of the Baragoola from Sydney Harbour

The 99-year-old former Manly ferry sunk beside the coal loading wharf at Waverton on Saturday night.

  • byMegan Gorrey
Historic former Manly ferry sinks in Sydney Harbour

Historic former Manly ferry sinks in Sydney Harbour

Two people were on board the 99-year old MV Baragoola when the vessel started sinking at its mooring in Waverton on Saturday night.

  • byMegan Gorrey
What’s open in Sydney over the new year?

What’s open in Sydney over the new year?

If you need prawns for the New Year’s Eve barbeque or are just looking for a bargain,fear not,here’s a guide to what’s open over the new year period.

  • byLaura Chung,Sarah McPhee andDaniella White
‘Take a breath’:Elliott won’t commit to Parramatta light rail stage two

‘Take a breath’:Elliott won’t commit to Parramatta light rail stage two

The new Transport Minister’s position on the project has prompted the Opposition to accuse the government of breaking an election promise.

  • byMatt O'Sullivan
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Electric bus local manufacturing commitment a ‘mountain to climb’

Electric bus local manufacturing commitment a ‘mountain to climb’

No single Australian company will be able to build 8000 new electric buses the NSW government has committed to buy locally,according to Nexport chief Michael van Maanen.

  • byTom Rabe
NSW government holds back committing to next Parramatta light rail stage

NSW government holds back committing to next Parramatta light rail stage

Businesses say fast-growing suburbs along the route of the line will be distressed to learn that the project is “still uncertain”.

  • byMatt O'Sullivan
Four ministers tasked with troubled NSW roads and transport sector

Four ministers tasked with troubled NSW roads and transport sector

Four ministers will be responsible for the NSW roads and transport network after Premier Dominic Perrottet split up the portfolios citing the need for more accountability of the state’s massive infrastructure pipeline.

  • byTom Rabe
Sydney’s inner west light rail to resume in February

Sydney’s inner west light rail to resume in February

Trams from the CBD will supplement the reopened line – from Central to Lilyfield only for the first few months – until all 12 cracked trams are repaired by next October.

  • byTom Rabe
Inner west commuters warned of disruption from Sydney rail upgrades

Inner west commuters warned of disruption from Sydney rail upgrades

Commuters in the inner west and south-west have been warned to expect major disruptions to the rail network over the summer holidays from work on new metro line.

  • byTom Rabe