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 […]

What’s on – 295

November 11, 2016
Hurried Steps Hurried Steps is a nuanced exploration into the universal issue of violence against women and girls, and it’s coming to Sydney between November 25th-27th. Written by Italian playwright Darcia Maraina (who has been […]

Inner Best: Isabella & Sophia

November 4, 2016
A chance moment captured by 11-year-old twins, Isabella and Sofia Monro, while they were in the backseat of a car has won the pair major photography accolades. The Annandale schoolgirls were in the family car […]

What’s on – 294

October 28, 2016
Newtown Festival It’s that time of year when Camperdown Memorial Rest Park is over-run with music lovers. Seriously, last year over 90,000 people came, with that number (or more) expected this time. This year’s line-up […]

What’s On – 282

May 12, 2016
Ruckus’ Speed of Life Sydney based, disability led, contemporary performance ensemble Ruckus are back at it again with their second major production Speed of Life. The show asks the question: “How might you navigate our […]

What’s On – 281

April 29, 2016
A Man Walks Into A Bar David Greary’s internationally acclaimed play A Man Walks Into A Bar will premiere in Sydney this April. An absurdist comedy that will strike a chord with anyone who has […]

Inner Best: Humans of Newtown

March 31, 2016
After the worldwide success of Humans of New York, long-time Newtown resident Jo Wallace thought it was time somebody began documenting the weird and wonderful people of the Inner West. “I thought if I didn’t […]

Snaps – 245

October 31, 2014
Email your snaps to info@ciaomagazine.com.au. 

Street Fashion – 244

October 13, 2014
The hottest looks on the streets of the Inner West Photographer: Sam McMillan  |  Location: King St, Newtown

Inner West Whispers – 244

October 13, 2014
Save Ferris, snouty pouters, exporting Rhino and planning for the people • As of October 27th cult movie club, the infamous Mu-Meson Archives in Annandale, have been disallowed from screening its collection of films to its […]
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