Review Released

December 20, 2018
The West Connex Review released this week has been met with mixed responses. The review, which received 557 submissions incuding the parent’s associations of Annandale North public school and other local organisations. “After more than […]

Local private school excels

December 20, 2018
Just over half of the Trinity 2018 Year 12 cohort received their results last week. The remaining students completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma instead of the HSC and they will receive their results on […]

Inner West Kidpreneurs

December 19, 2018
Who said the kids of today are lazy? Young kid-preneurs are taking the Inner-West by storm this Christmas with their entrepreneurial plans. Gone are the days of the simple lemonade stand, these kids mean business! […]

Vet Kids at Balmain this School Holidays

December 19, 2018
Balmain Veterinary Hospital is once again in the Future Vet Kids Holiday camp schedule. Last year, the campers got the opportunity to watch two surgeries and with no fainters yey! Afterwards, they visited the cattery […]

Vic on the Park to be heritage listed

December 10, 2018
Marrickville’s Vic on the Park will soon be heritage listed under a new plan from the Inner West Council. A heritage pub protection program is due to be rolled out, following a report that showed […]

Annandale’s eclectic art and ‘trashion’ event

December 10, 2018
TAIS Hair Salon hosted an exhibition of reimagined waste over the weekend (December 8 and 9). Finnish sisters Anna and Tarja showcased their artwork in an eclectic arts event, transforming unwanted and discarded materials into […]

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, 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 […]
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