What's On – 219

September 19, 2013
Thesp Overload This year’s Sydney Fringe Festival features the biggest line up of performances yet, with over 300 shows on offer in venues throughout the Inner West. Newtown’s New Theatre is just one of those […]

Roadtest: Minor Political Parties

September 6, 2013
With all the toing and froing between Abbott and Rudd during this year’s very long and drawn out election campaign, it has often felt like a two-horse race. What of all the alternative parties – […]

Local News – 218

September 6, 2013
Harry’s Shed official opening The official opening of Harry’s Shed was held at the Concord Community Centre on Friday 23rd August, with Canada Bay’s Deputy Mayor, Pauline Tyrrell, doing the honours alongside guest speakers Jeanette […]

What's On – 218

September 5, 2013
Jurassic Lounge goes extinct Everyone’s fave after-hours museum shindig is back this month for its final season – don’t miss out! Jurassic Lounge: Extinction will run every Tuesday night from 6pm at the Australian Museum; […]

Meet the Candidates

August 23, 2013
A brief guide to the men and women who hold the fate of the Inner West – and the nation – in their hands. These four candidates tell us why they deserve your vote…   […]

Roadtest: Online democracy, Inner West style

August 23, 2013
These days social media has become a tool to connect and communicate with others, which can be a valuable thing if you’re trying to win an election – just ask Barack Obama’s campaign managers. However, […]

What's On – 217

August 23, 2013
The mother of all journeys Premiering at the King St Theatre, Lifeforce is the latest musical offering by Joanna Weinberg, known for this year’s feel-good film Goddess and The Piano Diaries show, now in it’s […]

Roadtest: Washing Clean and Green

August 14, 2013
The Footprints Ecofestival is hitting Annandale this month and it’s got us thinking about how we can be greener in our homes, particularly when doing household chores. Which products should we be using? And do […]
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