Inner West Whispers – 301

March 3, 2017

A dingo ate my Egg – A dusty bottleneck? – Not fine • The fate of Egg the pug who was purportedly stolen at knife-point in Sydney Olympic Park became horrifically clear this week, as […]

Inner west whispers – 300

February 17, 2017

Compliance and punishment – Dog burglar– Singo puts Marly on sale • The Inner West Council is seeking more power over the actions of WestConnex contractors, asking the State Government to grant it the power to […]

Your Say: Council Amalgamations

February 17, 2017

Should the Inner West Council remain amalgamated? “I don’t want it to remain merged. I have friends who work for council, they have told me they will be losing their jobs to contractors if the […]

News – 299

February 17, 2017

Expert Calls for Changes to White Bay Cruise Terminal An independent noise expert has expressed concern that the introduction of real time noise monitoring for ships berthed at White Bay Cruise Terminal is essential to […]

Local News – 298

January 20, 2017

Relay For Life registrations open The 2017 Sydney Relay For Life, held in Rozelle’s King George Park, is just around the corner. The relay, taking place on the 11th and 12th of March, seeks to […]

Community rant – 295

November 11, 2016

Inner West’s no longer silent majority I was so happy to be a part of Norton Street Festa and experience the vibrant community spirit and see the forlorn street buzzing again. It was a joyous community […]

News – 294

October 21, 2016

New Local Representation Advisory Committee Structure The Inner West Local Representation Advisory Committees (LRACs) are heading down the same path as the council they assist and are combining in to one group representing the whole […]

Inner West Whispers – 293

October 21, 2016

Barber DV conviction – Merging the merged • Last week Hawleywood’s Barbershop in Newtown became the centre of a media storm, when one of the store’s barbers and former Mixed Martial Arts fighter Julian Wallace (misreported […]

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 […]