Giving Tree Success

December 21, 2020
The Mayor of Canada Bay’s Christmas Trees have helped St Vincents de Paul deliver gifts on behalf of Santa to hundreds of families. Mayor Angelo Tsirekis said “Covid-19 is temporarily changing the way we celebrate […]

Art by Great Women

December 21, 2020
As part of the HERE I AM: Art by Great Women festival, Kambri at ANU and aMBUSH Gallery are proud to present two brand new exhibitions showcasing some of our best female creative talent. The […]

Twilight Market

December 21, 2020
The much-loved, annual Carriageworks Twilight Christmas Market will return on Wednesday 23 December 2020, from 4-8pm, offering the freshest seasonal produce from over 70 leading growers, farmers and artisans from across New South Wales. Following […]

Christmas Day BBQ with the Salvos

December 21, 2020
While loneliness on Christmas is heavily prevalent in Australia, it is even more so this year with international and domestic travel restricted. There’s nothing more Australian than a good ol’ Barbie to set things right! […]

To the rescue

October 23, 2020
This year’s winners of the Jetpets Companion Animal Rescue Awards have been revealed and Newtown local Shelley Tinworth has been named Volunteer of the Year. Shelley and her wife Belinda volunteer for Greyhound Rescue and care for two ex-racing […]

Picnic at Hanging Rock

October 23, 2020
On a blistering summer’s day in 1900, three private school girls and their teacher vanish while on a day-trip to Hanging Rock in country Victoria. It was supposed to be a Valentine’s Day treat. They […]

Head On Festival

October 23, 2020
One of the country’s most renowned photographic festivals launches with two striking exhibitions in the Inner West – one in Marrickville and one in Ashfield. Breaking Silent Codes is an exhibition of portraits of First […]

Nicho St Halloween Festival

October 23, 2020
School showcases creative and community spirit in response to challenges in the time of COVID. Nicholson Street Public School in East Balmain is best known for its annual Halloween fete, now in what would be […]

History on our Doorstep

October 3, 2020
While we are in lockdown, Sydney residents can still explore their own city – and its history, Winsor Dobbin reports. It has been 75 years since the end of World War II with many stories […]

A bigger fish (market) to fry

June 30, 2020
Sydney Fish Market at Blackwattle Bay will have a whole new look with the New South Wales Government approving final plans for a revitalisation project. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the green light paves the way for […]
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