Three years ago, she was attending one of the state's top primary schools in Waverley. Today, she is 14 years old and so consumed by her addiction to the drug ice, she has sold her body on Sydney's streets to fund her next fix.
They may be less risky than before the financial crisis, but listed property trusts are vulnerable to rises in interest rates.
Almost everywhere central banks are worried that inflation is too low, though it's hard to imagine we'll ever have that problem.
Labor and the unions should embrace Tony Abbott’s generous ‘‘Scandinavian’’ paid parental leave scheme, a new book says.
He won't get consular assistance from Australia, but Richard Di Natale leaves for Liberia on Saturday.
The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of The Herald's editorial cartoonist.
The draft plan has been release ahead of schedule and shows 10,000 more homes than previously thought.
The use of "hook-up" mobile phone apps is set to skyrocket at this week's Schoolies event, but parents shouldn't race to lock up their teens just yet.
NSW Police and liquor inspectors started a crackdown on drunken behaviour on Sydney's party boats on Saturday.
Labor NSW upper house MP Helen Westwood has criticised former attorney general Greg Smith for quoting an anti-abortion film in parliament.