Man s body found in west Sydney driveway

A man's body has been found in the driveway of a home in Sydney's west, with police treating the death as suspicious.

Emergency services were called to the home in Bossley Park shortly before 11.30pm on Saturday to find the body of a man aged in his 20s.

Police have established a crime scene and say they believe the death to be suspicious.



Several South Australian districts face extended total fire bans as hot weather and hazardous conditions continue.

Total fire bans have been declared for 11 of the state's 15 weather districts through to midnight on Sunday.

Senior forecaster Tom Boeck says the north and east of the state will experience the highest temperatures on Sunday, with the mercury tipped to reach the mid-40s.

Increasing northerly winds of 35 to 40 km/hr will also sweep through, ahead of a cool change which is expected to come across the state from the west by the evening.

The CFS has predicted extreme fire danger in the Mid North, Mount Lofty Ranges, Murraylands, Upper South East and Lower South East regions on Sunday.

Severe fire danger is expected in the Northwest Pastoral, West Coast, Eastern Eyre Peninsula, Flinders, Yorke Peninsula and Riverland districts.

The CFS has urged residents in affected areas to prepare to enact their bushfire survival plans.