Two wheels are better than four

September 2, 2016
Disappointing that the recent Census 2016 did not ask a single transport question. Given that most of us have to travel at least once a day, and our transport infrastructure plays a large part in […]

Things we love – 277

March 3, 2016
Since mid-last year Newtown and Erskineville Anglican Church has been running a community outreach program in the form of a Bike Shed. The program, which is located in the gardens of the Newtown St Stephens […]

Bicycle season

October 20, 2015
We forced Bobbi Lewin to get back on her bike, with oustanding results! This once timid rider reveals the secret bike paths of the Inner West. What more iconic image of the season is there […]

Inner West Whispers – 246

November 10, 2014
Council superpowers, Haberfield snoots and bikes in high rotation • Leichhardt Council is fighting a decision by the Local Gaovernment Superannuation board to invest in uranium mining and nuclear energy – which raises questions as to […]

What's on – 244

October 12, 2014
Get yourself to the Greek The 21st Greek Film Festival returns this October, bringing dozens of great films that demonstrate the many different walks of life in the Mediterranean…. The festival kicks off its 21st […]

What's On – 242

September 12, 2014
Green festivities These school holidays MarketPlace continues to put the fun into environmental education. From the 22nd of September to the 3rd of October MarketPlace Leichhardt will be hosting their annual Enviro Expo and this […]

Rant – 213

July 3, 2013
Leichhardt Mayor Darcy Byrne offers his take on the bike lane debate that has fired up in Leichhardt recently. This month I learned that some cycling advocates have tunnel vision… Leichhardt Council has adopted a […]