Update news Sydney
Bushfires raging to the north of the city are creating a dense haze and "hazardous" air quality.
Sydney bushfire deemed 'highly suspicious' as threat eases
A large bushfire that has threatened homes in Sydney is likely to have been deliberately lit, Australian authorities say.
Sydney seaplane crash: Operation to raise wreckage begins
Australian authorities have begun recovering the wreckage of a seaplane that crashed near Sydney, killing six people.
Sydney car hits classroom killing two boys
Two eight-year-old boys have died after a car crashed into a primary school classroom in Sydney,
Abbott: Why was Sydney siege gunman not on terror list?
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has questioned why the gunman in the Sydney cafe siege was not on the country's terror watch list.
Sydney siege: Hostages held in central Lindt cafe
Several people have been taken hostage by at least one armed man at a Lindt cafe in Sydney, Australia.
Baby's body found buried on Maroubra beach in Sydney
Australian police are investigating the death of a baby, whose body was found buried under the sand at Sydney's Maroubra beach.
VN to defend Chinese chess titles
VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam will leave for Sydney, Australia tomorrow (Sept 21) to defend their titles at the Asian Xiangqi (Chinese chess) Individual Championships starting this Sunday.
Master Chef Ngo hopes to elevate Vietnamese food
Returning to the country in order to reunite with his family and realise his dreams after years living with a good job in Australia, Ngo Thanh Hoa, the champion of the ‘Vietnam Master Chef’ reality TV show’s first season,
Minh earns berth in Australian Open third
VietNamNet Bridge – It took only 17 minutes for Vietnamese player Nguyen Tien Minh to secure a spot in the third round of the Yonex Australian Badminton Open yesterday, April 3, in Sydney.