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It’s going to be 25 degrees with rain in the city today and 24 in Parramatta, also with rain. There is a strong wind warning in place for the Sydney Coast. Temperatures resume their climb from Thursday, with a trio of days hitting 35 degrees for the city from Friday, reports Peter Hannam here. Candidates line up for Libs

Anna McPhee is seeking special permission to run for Liberal preselection in North Shore.

Anna McPhee re-joined the Liberal Party last Friday. Now she is seeking preselection to contest  the safe seat of North Shore in the upcoming byelection caused by the resignation of Jillian Skinner. Sean Nicholls reports here.  Stokes’s parting gift

Light rail artist impression

Randwick Council will become just the fourth local government in Sydney able to levy developers for affordable housing contributions across the council area – and it has former planning minister Rob Stokes to thank. Jacob Saulwick reports here. Boy approached

A seven-year-old boy in the playground at his school in Bondi was approached by a man around 2pm yesterday. The man, in his 40s, was wearing a red shirt and left in a red car when the child did not move towards him. Police are urging anyone with information  to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000  Plan ahead

Paulini features in Bodyguard. Photo: Nic Walker

Now that the Sydney Festival juggernaut has rumbled out of view for another year, fans of Sydney theatre, opera and dance can take a breather to collect their thoughts, check what’s left in their entertainment budget and plan ahead. Check out this great list of what is coming up by Elissa Blake here. Irvine charged

The Eels are under the spotlight.

Former Parramatta Eels football manager Jason Irvine has been charged over the salary cap scandal at the NRL club. Report here. Follow the latest Sydney news on FacebookSydney NowThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.