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Meet Sydney’s Most Notorious Ecstasy Kingpin

How to stay alive in the criminal underworld.
VICE Staff
5 days ago
violent times
violent times

An underworld Enforcer Shares Photos From Sydney's Corrupt Past

Hitmen, bulletproof Jaguars, funeral directors, and dirty cops.
Mahmood Fazal
6.13.18
violent times
violent times

Meet One Of Sydney’s Most Notorious Underworld Enforcers

Graham Henry ran the city with ruthless violence.
VICE Staff
6.7.18
Australia Today
Australia Today

A Sydney Charity Recruited a 19-Year-Old For ISIS

The teen was apprehended while trying to enter Syria and has been held in a Lebanon jail for nine months.
VICE Staff
6.7.18
Australia Today
Australia Today

A Mummified Body Found in a Sydney Home Is Being Treated as ‘Suspicious’

Police say it had been there for a "considerable time".
Julian Morgans
5.31.18
Australia Today
Australia Today

Cops Warn That Young Women Are Being Targeted As Festival Drug Mules

Remember those young women busted with epic amounts of MDMA at last month’s Midnight Mafia Music Festival in Sydney? Yeah, this is what that was about.
Wendy Syfret
5.31.18
Sydney Film Festival
Sydney Film Festival

The Enduring Influence and Tragedy of Nico

Exploring her impact beyond the band.
Wendy Syfret
5.29.18
Drugs
Drugs

Police Had 'Never Seen Anything Like It'—Epic Number Of Drugs Seized at Sydney Festival

Cops at Midnight Mafia Music Festival identified 187 people with drugs, including a 21-year-old with 1,600 caps.
Wendy Syfret
5.7.18
Australia Today
Australia Today

Student Found Dead on Campus at Western Sydney University

The uni confirmed the tragic news on Facebook.
Millie Roberts
4.18.18
Question Of The Day
Question Of The Day

What's the Most Disgusting Thing Your Housemate Has Ever Done?

"I had a room mate who used to floss his toes with his socks."
Michael Migali
4.16.18
Australia Today
Australia Today

Charles Sturt University Has Found Six People Living in Their Library

Just some students trying to afford housing.
Julian Morgans
4.10.18
Australia Today
Australia Today

McDonald's Called the Cops After Giving a Sydney Guy the Wrong Order

Yes, you read that right.
Julian Morgans
4.3.18