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 […]

What’s on – 292

September 30, 2016
Save Sydney Park Music Festival The latest event in the anti-WestConnex movement is one for the music fans. Brought to you by the team behind Reclaim the Streets – organisers of the recent anti-lockout laws […]

Your say: Olympic favourites

July 22, 2016
Is there any part of the Olympics you particularly look forward to? “I like the swimming, plus the opening and closing ceremonies.” Tony, Stanmore “Oh, I haven’t really thought about it! But I do like […]

Rio Rejects

July 21, 2016
Emma McConnell tries out four sports that haven’t made it to the Olympics…yet. Become a pro before these games get cool! Karate Several other contact sports including boxing, judo, tae kwon do and wrestling all […]

Things we love – 287

July 21, 2016
This informal club of friends and Bocce aficionados from Five Dock have left the bowling greens behind, preferring to meet on the grassy shore of Hen and Chicken Bay to pass their afternoons together. They […]

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 […]

Local news – 278

March 18, 2016
Easter fish markets extended easter trading hours The fishmongers at the Sydney Fish Market are currently preparing for their busiest day of the year, with more than 55,000 traders expected to come through the Markets […]

What's on – 247

November 20, 2014
Deck the halls of marketplace Santa’s already left the North Pole and he’s on his way to MarketPlace Leichhardt with more than a few of his friends in tow. It just isn’t Christmas until you’ve […]

Latte Leftie – 244

October 13, 2014
Latte Leftie assures a bookish intellectual that it’s (very occasionally) acceptable to jump on the sporting bandwagon. Dear LL – Like everyone else in my social circle I’m much given to lamenting what a bunch of anti-intellectual, […]

Roadtest: Where to go swinging

September 1, 2014
Between the feminist revolution and the rising middle class, golf has not faired well. I don’t know if it’s the four-hour games, exclusive memberships or the caddish outfits, but it seems for many people golf […]
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