What’s On – 300

February 17, 2017
International Women’s Day Twilight Supper We have come a long way when it comes to women’s rights but we still have far to go. International Women’s Day acknowledges both these facts; it is many things […]

Inner West Whispers – 298

January 20, 2017
Hail Little Ceasars – Council couplings not far off – Arise St George of Erko • The news that all-American fastfood import ‘Little Ceasars Pizzeria’ is taking up space on Leichardt’s foodie throughfare of Marion Street […]

Local News – 296

December 2, 2016
Nominations Close for City of Canada Bay’s Citizen of the Year Nominations have closed for this year’s City of Canada Bay’s Citizen of the Year with winners to be chosen in four categories. The categories, […]

Local News – 295

November 18, 2016
Roadworks underway in Canada Bay Over 30 streets in Canada Bay will be resurfaced as part of the Council’s $2.5 million Roads Renewal Program, beginning this November. The majority of streets affected will be in Concord […]

Local News – 290

September 2, 2016
Protesters Attend Inner West Council Meeting A group of approximately 30 protestors attended this month’s Inner West Council meeting, calling for action by local government and council administrator Richard Pearson to stop the controversial WestConnex […]

Local News – 289

August 19, 2016
Applications Open For Inner West Street Artists As part of the Ashfield Town Centre Renewal Project Public Domain Strategy, which aims to expand the creative and cultural life of Ashfield, the Inner West Council is […]

Inner West Whispers – 287

July 21, 2016
Rozelle tunnels – Rhodes Gym – Charity bucket steal • Residents in Rozelle have received letters this week making them aware of a new option in the WestConnex plans to include a 1km underground tunnel duplicating […]

Inner West Whispers – 284

June 9, 2016
Sports Club reno, The Inner West goes (more) gourmet, our apologies • Canada Bay Council has agreed to rezone the site of the former Drummoyne Sports Club to allow a block of apartments to be built. […]

Students take a stand for seabirds

May 26, 2016
Most seabirds have eaten or will eat plastic. This alarming research, from Chris Wilcox of the CSIRO, indicates seabirds are most likely to become extinct. Sharp plastics can puncture organs, some birds ingest bottle tops […]

Local News – 283

May 26, 2016
Local Residents Arrested in WestCONnex Protest Two members of the WestCONnex Action Group have been arrested during a protest to prevent the destruction of a Haberfield apartment block which had been forcibly acquired to make […]
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