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The one building that put Sydney on the world map

The one building that put Sydney on the world map

The Sydney Morning Herald played a huge part in the story of our international icon, the Sydney Opera House.

  • by Helen Pitt

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Hollywood legal connection comes to Sydney

Hollywood legal connection comes to Sydney

Lawyers inside Sydney’s Baker McKenzie offices have been stunned to discover one of the firm’s partners is a relative of Oscar nominee royalty.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
‘Warts and all’: Rio Tinto’s gorge-sized charm offensive

‘Warts and all’: Rio Tinto’s gorge-sized charm offensive

New Rio Tinto chief executive Jakob Stausholm has been on a charm offensive since arriving here from the UK on Australia Day

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Sydney’s historical home of athletics in for much-needed revamp

Sydney’s historical home of athletics in for much-needed revamp

It has been a training and competition ground for athletes such as Cathy Freeman. Now the 115-year-old venue in Kensington is finally getting an upgrade.

  • by Matt O'Sullivan
Full house at the BCA’s night of nights

Full house at the BCA’s night of nights

Like a nervous Featherington sister being presented at court in Bridgerton, Rio Tinto’s new chief Jakob Stausholm played public debutant at the BCA dinner.

  • by Stephen Brook and Samantha Hutchinson
The 10 people who have shaped Sydney

The 10 people who have shaped Sydney

Modern Sydney, as reflected through 190 years of publishing the Herald, has been shaped by many. Here are 10 people who have had an enormous influence on our city.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
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Atlassian’s big change of heart on BCA’s green credentials

Atlassian’s big change of heart on BCA’s green credentials

Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes have long raged against the Business Council of Australia for its stance on climate change. But something must have changed along the way.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Key political insider to depart Berejiklian’s machine
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Key political insider to depart Berejiklian’s machine

It’s farewell to one of Gladys Berejiklian’s longest serving members of staff.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
A stitch in time: Bondi’s historic boot factory set for $5.3m overhaul

A stitch in time: Bondi’s historic boot factory set for $5.3m overhaul

More than 50 years after the boot factory floor fell silent, work is set to begin on a project to turn the Bondi Junction site into a “civic innovation hub”.

  • by Megan Gorrey
Molnar’s schoolyard lessons pay off

Molnar’s schoolyard lessons pay off

Afterpay co-founder Nick Molnar displayed an entrepreneurial streak from way back. Just ask his schoolmates.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
‘Potholes you could lose a dog down’: The worst roads in Sydney revealed

‘Potholes you could lose a dog down’: The worst roads in Sydney revealed

The Inner West Council fixes about 9000 potholes a year, but road users say roads in Waverley and Burwood councils are the worst in Sydney.

  • by Andrew Taylor