Unused space freak out

November 30, 2018
The Sydney Fringe Festival launched An Anthology of Space 2015 -2018 last night. The 94-page report outlines prohibitive restrictions preventing Sydney’s creative sectors from activating empty industrial warehouse spaces and retail shop fronts. An Anthology […]

Globe Wilkins Preschool sparks debate

November 30, 2018
Who can save Globe Wilkins Preschool? Both Darcy Byrne and Jo Haylen have issued press releases damning the State Government’s inoperable Expression of Interest documents. Byrne says  “The EOI has no indication of a long-term […]

Annandale mum feeds Homeless this Christmas

November 30, 2018
The Big Christmas Feed is on again. Run by businesswoman and super mum Simone Azzi, the event feeds over 200 of the Inner West’s homeless. Mrs Azzi said after last year’s efforts, Realestate.com.au awarded her […]

Upcoming Business Environment Awards

November 22, 2018
Inner West Council’s Business Environment Awards is on Wednesday, 28 November at Camperdown Commons. The Awards are a celebration of local businesses across the Inner West that are achieving sustainability outcomes. In total, 24 organisations […]

Inner West Pubs steal historical spotlight

November 22, 2018
Pubs are a key part of Australia’s cultural identity, and act as a meeting place within our local communities. The Inner West is no exception and has a deep connection with historical pubs and hotels, […]

$44 million Ashfield Pool

November 19, 2018
Ashfield Aquatic Centre upgrade set to forge ahead Inner West Council has appointed a tenderer for the construction of a state-of -the-art Aquatic Centre in Ashfield. Hundreds of local families filled the Council chamber to […]

Dulwich Hill Twilight Economy gets a boost

November 1, 2018
We all know Dulwich Hill by day. There is good coffee, artisan handicrafts, curated cheese platters and village made pickles…..now, nighttime tells a different story. Craft beer tasting paddles with locally produced bangers, a piano […]

Rozelle Bunnings fight continues

October 17, 2018
The Rozelle Bunnings proposal is heading back to Land and Environment court after conciliation failed to resolve serious issues. The proposal for a new Bunnings on Parsons Street in Rozelle will go to a hearing […]

Halloween in Balmain

October 17, 2018
It’ll be the biggest Halloween event in the Inner West. Now in it’s 31st year, Nicholson Street Public School’s popular festival has become a well-known community events for residents in Balmain and beyond, offering a day […]
1 7 8 9 10 11 21