What's On – 214

July 12, 2013

Romeo and Juliet “Two households. Both alike in dignity. In fair Cronulla.” This is the beginning of veteran director Stephen Wallace’s exciting modern Aussie take on the Shakespearean classic, Romeo + Juliet. With the backdrop […]

Local News – 214

July 9, 2013

Learning in Leichhardt An exciting new learning centre has opened in Leichhardt, run by local ‘mumpreneurs’ Angela, Vanessa and Maryellen. Offering school readiness classes, primary school tutoring and school holiday programs for kids aged 2 […]

Local News – 213

June 28, 2013

Canada Bay says “no” to illegal dumping Canada Bay is taking a zero tolerance stance to illegal dumping in local waterways after 80 litres of diesel was dumped into the Iron Cove Creek between Croker […]

Gigs – 213

June 28, 2013

Michael Kieran Harvey Friday 19 July Sydney born concert pianist playing all Australian pieces including one that he wrote themselves. I wonder if the concert was then broadcast on the wireless, would he get paid […]

What's On – 213

June 28, 2013

Aesop’s morality musical Shadow puppets, a cello, clarinet, piano and percussion – Aesop’s Fables has it all! Don’t miss this collection of performances and artworks based on the famous morality stories of Aesop. This stunning […]

Whats On – 212

June 18, 2013

 Open Marrickville The second annual Open Marrickville Festival will take place from Thursday 20th to Sunday 30th June, showcasing and celebrating multiculturalism throughout the suburbs with storytelling, dance, theatre and art. Unlocking the creativity of […]

Local News – 212

June 17, 2013

Lobbying for Bayview Park Wharf In light of the Bayview Park Wharf closure, the City of Canada Bay has resolved to work with the local community to seek a meeting with the Minister for Transport […]

Where to go when you need to go…

June 17, 2013

It’s a road test that had to be done: public toilets. Which are the cleanest? Which are the ones to avoid at all costs? Which are notorious for running out of toilet paper? We don […]

Roadtest: Top Hot Chocs

June 5, 2013

It’s official: winter has well and truly hit the Inner West – there’s an icy bite in the air and not everyone is happy about it. But there is one good thing about the cold […]

Local News – 211

June 3, 2013

Ferragosto returns It’s hard to believe that in a couple of months it will be Ferragosto time again. Five Dock’s biggest street festival for people of all ages is now in its planning stages and […]

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