Leichhardt Long Lunch

February 19, 2016
Sunday 28th February, Leichhardt Town Hall Precinct, 11am-5pm The Leichhardt Long Lunch Food & Wine Festival, to be held on Sunday February 28th, is part of a series of events leading up to a ‘long-long’ […]

Winners: Inner West Business Awards 2015

June 26, 2015
Congratulations to these outstanding winners, and also to all the finalists. Cosgrove Smash Repairs Black Star Pastry Allure Lab – Strathfield Plaza The Premium Butcher – MarketPlace Leichhardt Mrs P’s Woodstock Child Care – Burwood […]

Jared has some good news!

December 10, 2014
Last week I mentioned that there are some really bad things going on in the environment – but there is some good news. There is an ever growing number of people that are embracing real, […]

Think Outside the Bin

November 7, 2014
It’s National Recycling Week and if you are not excited about it, you had better start thinking of artistic ways to use the 240 toilet roll tubes you use every year. A new report from […]

Local News – 243

October 3, 2014
Top Cycling Raiser Six years ago Dulwich Hill Real Estate agent Angelo Lofitis’ wife was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, a degenerative disease which affects 23,700 people in Australia. Not happy to sit around and do […]

Snaps – 243

September 29, 2014
Email your snaps to info@ciaomagazine.com.au. Thanks to Cara Cumming for the Millers Point Picnic shots.

Inner West Whispers – 243

September 29, 2014
Emma’s re-proportioned, troubling bridges and it’s business time • The glutinous feast-a-thon that was once Emma’s on Liberty has now been repackaged and rolled to the size of a haloumi kebab, as a Snackbar. The makeover […]

Inner West Whispers – 242

September 15, 2014
Haberfield goes all night, Inner West women rule and a Babysit-in • Haberfield residents were kept up well past midnight last week due to a certain NRMA ad being filmed near Crescent Street. We recommend recompense […]

Rant: What does "biodynamic" actually mean?

September 15, 2014
Inner West cafes serve up more than just your average bacon and eggs, now they are offering a side of pretentiousness with your breakfast. I’m all for small businesses upholding an eco-friendly ethos. The environment, […]

Dully Delights

September 1, 2014
Not many Sydneysiders would be willing to call their area of residence a village but for those dwelling in the leafy streets of Dulwich Hill there isn’t a more appropriate word to describe this suburb’s […]
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