Relaunching Rozelle

November 25, 2014
Rozelle Festival – Sunday November 30th Illustrating great resilience after the tragedy of September, Rozelle locals have been putting together an exciting street fair, as unique as Rozelle is, for Sunday November 30th. By displaying […]

What's on – 246

November 7, 2014
A rozelle village affair Prepare for the hustle and bustle as Darling Street is transformed with picnic rugs, market stalls and artificial grass for the first ever Rozelle Village Fair! Created partially to demonstrate resilience […]

Happy Halloween 2014

October 27, 2014
In it’s 22nd year, Nicholson Street Public School Halloween Festival is once again ready to scare your socks off. The event attracts over 2000 ghouls and goblins from all over Sydney. Read on to find […]

Local News – 239

August 4, 2014
Marrickville goes fair trade Hot off establishing themselves as a solar-powered, carbon-neutral community, Marrickville Council is now seeking to become a Fair Trade Council after a unanimous endorsement on July 15th. The Fair Trade Association […]

Letters to the Editor – The Bays Precinct

July 28, 2014
When merit challenges a dismal landscape This week, the Premier Mike Baird, along with Planning Minister, Prue Goward announced finally a positive initiative into renewing our local foreshores around Pyrmont and RozelleBay. Covered widely in […]

Rant: Our underwhelming light rail

April 28, 2014
All aboard the Dulwich Hill Flyer? Maybe not, reports have said that it’s overcrowded, cramped and infrequent. Fair enough too, the truth is our new light rail is just not good enough. The reports claimed […]

Roadtest – Fair (dinkum) Trade

April 28, 2014
Fair Trade Fortnight is running from May 3rd to 18th this year, celebrating all things Fair Trade and the power of the buyer to change lives all over the world by choosing the right products […]

Community Rant: A promise well kept

March 31, 2014
If you’re cynical about politicians keeping their promises, this is a story that will restore your faith in democracy. On Saturday 22nd March I was privileged to attend the rededication of Lambert Park, Leichhardt. Discreetly […]

Gigs Guide – 226

February 4, 2014
St Jerome’s Laneway festival Music lovers rejoice, summer is upon us and that means festivals. There really is nothing that quite matches spending a day or two in the sun, hanging with your mates, maybe […]

Roadtest: Delving into the dead zones

October 21, 2013
Architecturally magnificent houses, sunny parks and converted artist studios may all play host to long-dead but still present Inner Westies. The Abbey Known for its colourful history and persistent claims that a “lady in white” […]
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