Your Side

As our population ages and demand for disability services multiples the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme is facing ever increasing challenges, which is in turn discouraging service providers from investing in growing their offerings. Your Side is a a not-for-profit organisation attempting to rectify these issues by taking a holistic approach to their […]

Purrfect Party

By Rita Bratovich This year, the Cat Protection Society (CPS) celebrates its Diamond Jubilee: 60 years (or around 256 cat years) of rescuing and re-homing stray and abandoned cats from the streets of Sydney. It's an impressive milestone given the organisation relies heavily on the dedication of volunteers and the generosity of benefactors and donors. […]

Unspoken Words

Just the title Unspoken Words evokes memories of sitting round a campfire telling stories to enrich lives and develop a sense of community. There are many ways, however, to tell a story. From September 7 to 17 as part of The Newtown Festival there will be performances, installations, workshops and discussions concerning the art of storytelling in […]

Laughing With Those On The Fringe

As the Sydney Fringe Festival continues to grow and evolve it still has one main focus which is to ‘highlight, amplify and promote the work of local Sydney artists to the world.’ The Sydney Fringe is the perfect conduit to highlight Sydney’s unique artistic voice because the city’s creative scene is ‘brave, new, imaginative, challenging […]

Potts Pointers Kellett Sprawl

Kellett Street in Potts Point is one of the area’s most colourful streets and from 2pm this Sunday Sydneysiders are invited to hear local historian Warren Fahey give a free talk about its notorious past and partake in a food festival as local venues open their doors for taste samplings and drink specials. The event […]

Sydney Dog Lovers Show

Our dogs are family and no words could ever portray just how much joy and love they bring to our lives. Next weekend an entire festival event is dedicated to our furry little friends and all of their exploits. Now in its fifth year the show continues to attract tens of thousands of visitors from every […]

REVIEW: Aryana Sayeed

While she’s undeniably Afghanistan’s most popular popstar and women’s right advocate, she certainly knew how to entertain Sydney on Sunday night! Performing at the sold out Luna Park and wearing amazing outfits, Aryana enchanted the audience with her magnificent voice. Instead of an actual pre-act, Aryana and her team screened an impressive video about her past. […]

Aryana Sayeed

Aryana Sayeed is undeniably Afghanistan’s most popular and extraordinary female artist. CNN calls her “The Afghan voice that can’t be silenced.” She is beautiful and has an awesome voice, but even more important she stands up for her home country. Aryana has lived in many places. Born in Afghanistan she grew up in Europe and discovered her […]

Secret Cities

Think you know your city? Secret Cities is here to test your local knowledge and challenge your suburban navigation skills with its one-of-a-kind scavenger hunts.  On June 30, the 2018 winter season of scavenger hunts kicked off in Redfern. Participants were sent all over Redfern to discover hidden gems such as little donut shops, tucked-away […]

Art In The Hood

There’s no doubt Sydney’s inner east of Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay and their naughty little sister, Kings Cross, has witnessed considerable change over the past few years. If anything, the reactionary Lockout Laws, although fracturing Sydney, has successfully brought the local community together. Potts Pointers, a community group run by Warren Fahey and Carrington Brigham, […]