Things we love – 301

March 3, 2017
This snippet of poetry at the crossing on Crystal Street is the perfect amount to savour whilst waiting for the lights to change. While it’s still not resolved whether pushing the button at pedestrian crossings […]

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 […]

Things we love – 296

November 25, 2016
This cute but not particularly functional bike was spotted in all it’s purled, yarn and knitted glory on Wilson Street, Newtown. Entirely covered in technicolour stitching, we are not sure if this bike actually goes […]

Inner Best: Dulwich Hill High School

September 2, 2016
The suburb’s beating heart is colourful, artistic and aesthetically pleasing. And it’s all thanks to the young visionaries of Dulwich Hill. Nestled in the heart of Dulwich Hill is Dulwich High School of Visual Arts […]

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 […]

Your say: should street art be encouraged?

August 19, 2016
Do you think street art should be encouraged? “As long as it’s in a suitable place. Not when it’s scribbled over main buildings.” Margaret, Leichhardt “I think…no. I just think it doesn’t look nice and […]

Things we love – 280

April 14, 2016
Have you seen this face popping up around Sydney streets? Street artist Peter Drew has stuck 250 paste ups of Monga Khan, a cameleer from India who lived in Australia during the 1900s, across Sydney […]

Local News – 256

April 27, 2015
Just a bit…Great! A raft of Inner Westies have provided the bang behind an upcoming comedy show putting the spotlight on people with disabilities. A stand-out event of the Sydney Comedy Festival in 2014, Just […]

Local news – 247

November 25, 2014
Livvi’s Place Nominated Australia’s First All Abilities Playground, Livvi’s Place in Timbrell Park in Five Dock has been nominated for this year’s National Disability Awards. The playground was created by ‘Touched by Olivia’, a not-for-profit […]

Local News – 244

October 13, 2014
Inner West Councils are friends of Millers Point A Friends of Millers Point action group has started to oppose the commercial sale of Millers Point Public Housing, with its membership including Marrickville and Leichhardt Councillors, […]
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