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November 18, 2018
Avoid spending hours trawling Netflix for the perfect film to watch, and take the recommendation of one of the world’s most experienced film critics. Let leading film critic David Stratton introduce you to 101 movies […]

Strange Tenants at The Sly Fox, Enmore

November 8, 2018
It’s 1981 and Malcom Fraser’s Razor Gang is cutting funding to public services at a crippling rate, the Medibank scheme aka scam is depriving the uninsured of free treatment, homosexuality has only just been decriminalised […]

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 […]

Street Paws at Festa

October 24, 2018
Sponsored by PETstock and Vets To Go Street Paws is where furry friends huddle, cuddle and compete. There are prizes for the 3.30pm Best Rescue dog – come and tell us your story and show […]

Learn to Hula at Festa

October 24, 2018
Aloha! Learn Hula Sydney performs and teaches the Hawaiian Hula dance in Sydney. The lineage of their Hula style comes from their Kumu Hula Alii Manu from Hawaii. Hula is a style of dance from […]

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 […]

Sydney Fish Market to celebrate Blessing of the Fleet

September 4, 2018
Sydney Fish Market will celebrate the annual Blessing of the Fleet festivities on Sunday 23rd September, with tourists and locals joining Sydney’s fishing community. The ceremony blesses fishing vessels and their crew, in a Catholic […]

Summer Hill students grill Scott Morrison

September 4, 2018
Trinity Grammar students in Summer Hill hosted a Question & Answer session with then-Treasurer Scott Morrison last month. Asking our new Prime Minister all the tough questions, the students from the Economics Q&A Club engaged […]
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