EDGE to launch in Ashfield

August 28, 2018
A new arts and cultural festival is heading to Ashfield this year. It’s called EDGE, a rolling series of arts events and exciting activations.  A launch event will be held Thursday, 6 September from 5-8pm, featuring music, […]

Strathfield’s Redevelopment

August 28, 2018
Strathfield Golf Club will soon unveil a multi-million dollar redevelopment spanning acres.   The Club has been undergoing construction over the past few years, including work on a brand new clubhouse and a major redesign […]

Reclink Community Cup raises money

August 28, 2018
The seventh Reclink Community Cup was held last Sunday, with local residents braving the cold at Marrickville’s Henson Park. The Inner West community gathered to raise money for Reclink, a charity that assists at-risk and […]

Craig Reucassel at Sustainability Awards

August 27, 2018
ABC TV’s War on Waste host Craig Reucassel will be at a gala dinner in Rhodes to present the City of Canada Bay’s Sustainability Awards tonight. The awards, held every two years, celebrate individuals, groups […]

Word on the Street

August 16, 2018
In a residential street in suburban Russell Lea stands a little blue curiosity on the side of the road. It appears to be out of character with its surroundings but close inspection confirms that this […]

Rozelle rail yards to be transformed

August 13, 2018
The former Rozelle rail yards are due to be transformed into 10 hectares of green space, which will include smokestacks, sports fields and recreational facilities. The precinct is planned as stage 3 of WestConnex, featuring […]

Development concerns in Abbotsford

August 13, 2018
Abbotsford Bay residents will be forced to defend their foreshore park into being turned into a driveway, under new development plans for an eight-storey building. Residents are concerned about the loss of public access to the […]

LPAC trains Asylum Seekers

August 2, 2018
The Inner West Council is training asylum seekers to become life guards as a new swim school is being used to help integrate new refugees into Australian waters. Three female Refugee Welcome Centre participants of […]

Balmain Bowlo to close?

August 2, 2018
Sydney’s oldest lawn bowls club in Balmain faces closure. The iconic Balmain Bowling Club may not reach its 150th milestone. Balmain Bowling Club has revealed it is facing cripplingly high rates and maintenance costs, as […]

Gould’s Books to reopen on King St’s south end

August 2, 2018
The Newtown institution will begin a new chapter after over 50 years of operation. The iconic left-wing bookstore has operated for more than five decades and faced closure last October after rental prices increased. Owner […]
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