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Harry’s Café de Wheels Bondi

Shop2 152 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach   (02) 9130 4000 The world famous pies and peas of Harry’s Café de Wheels are now available right in the heart of Bondi Beach. A Sydney culinary institution, Harry’s Café de Wheels has been serving late-night diners in the harbour city since the late 1930s. Sydneysiders used to travel […]

The Australian College of Applied Psychology

Level 5, 11 York St, Sydney  1800 061 199 The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) is Sydney’s leading provider of specialist applied psychology courses.  Whether you want to attain a Bachelors, Graduate Diploma or Masters, ACAP caters for you. Since 1983, the Australian College of Applied Psychology has been delivering a wide range […]

EMU Productions trading as King Street Theatre

644 King Street, Newtown  0403 070 004 To catch enriching and of-the-moment productions by some of Sydney’s top emerging and established artists, the only theatre to attend is King Street Theatre. Sydney’s only off-Broadway theatre, King Street Theatre has become a cultural hub for all types of entertainment, from drama to musicals to cabaret. […]

Marrickville makes noise over airport master plan

With the federal government poised to confirm Badgerys Creek as the location of the city’s second airport, Marrickville Council and residents have condemned Sydney Airport’s new master plan, which they argue will increase air traffic and noise over the inner west. Federal infrastructure minister Warren Truss approved the Master Plan 2033 in February, but disagreed […]

Annandale Interiors

38-42 Parramatta Road, Stanmore  (02) 9565 1275 When you step into the showroom at Annandale Interiors, what you’ll find is one of the finest furniture and homeware collections in Australia. Whether you’re selecting leather, timber or fabric, they’ve got just what you’re looking for. At Annandale Interiors, they believe that furniture should complement the […]

Southern Antique Centre

245 Princes Highway (Cnr English St), Kogarah  (02) 9553 7843 If you’re looking for antiques in Sydney, the place on every local treasure hunter’s lips is Southern Antique Centre. Established for over 18 years, Southern Antique Centre is an emporium overflowing with an eclectic mix of antiques, where you’ll get lost for hours. If […]

Reclaiming the Sunday streets

Every Sunday in Bogota, Colombia, 120 kilometres of streets are closed and opened up to cyclists. Similar events, though not as frequent, take place in cities around the world, including New York, London and Berlin. The latest addition to these cycling enclaves could be Sydney’s Marrickville, after council decided to support and investigate a local […]

Telstra Shop Broadway

Shop 119A Broadway Shopping Centre/1 Bay St, Broadway  (02) 9280 4011 Head to Telstra Shop Broadway for all your communications needs, it’s the shop inner west locals choose. Offering a wide variety of communication solutions, Telstra Shop Broadway can tailor options for every customer, whether you’re an individual, part of a family or looking […]

The slow dimming of Earth Hour

It’s the global event that began in Sydney, when people shut off their lights for climate change. But in its eighth year, there are signs the lights are being turned off on Earth Hour itself. In what is perhaps a recognition of that, the event will change tack this year to focus more directly on […]

Meet the Locals introduces you to local businesses that support a local independent press. By choosing to market themselves locally, these businesses are encouraging people to shop locally. By supporting local business, you are keeping money and jobs at home. So if you support your community, support these local businesses.  Together we can keep Sydney […]