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Who Locked The Pets Up

By Rida Babar During the COVID-19 lockdowns one good thing that came about was pets and pet owners being able to spend more time together. However, the time has come when most owners are returning to work and are dealing with the major question: how to prepare their furry friends for business as usual? As […]

Galleries Galore Post Lockdown

By Rida Babar Find out which galleries are open and free to visit, as well as the exciting arrival of new exhibitions. Despite the COVID-19 restrictions, Sydney art galleries including the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), The Art Gallery of NSW (AGNSW), the Maritime Museum, TAP Gallery, and the DuckRabbit are reopening, introducing the new […]

67th Sydney Film Festival

By Mark Morellini Many film festivals around the world have unfortunately been cancelled owing to the COVID-19 lockdowns, but the 67th Sydney Film Festival returns as a virtual event screening a concise program of 33 films. There will be seven feature films, 13 documentaries, and 13 shorts collectively in four sections, which will all be […]

Eastern Suburbs Businesses Adapt To COVID-19

The team at Beds Australia, wake up every day to help you discover a better life’s sleep.  Their specialists provide you with the necessary insights to determine which mattress is best suited to you - ensuring that your new investment provides years of ongoing comfort and support. Their relaxed showroom has the broadest range of […]

Open For Business In Pyrmont

By Madison Behringer. Restrictions are slowly being lifted across Sydney and the usually lively city of Pyrmont is slowly opening up again, one business at a time. From June 1, most venues will be able to welcome up to 50 patrons at a time, dependant on the size of their space. As restrictions are easing, […]

Love Local, Eat Local

As the hospitality industry is progressively relying on big delivery platforms, restaurants are becoming less busy as there’s a huge selection of local restaurants to choose from on the platforms. Restaurants that were originally dine-in only began to transition to include takeaway services to adapt to the changing consumer trends. This trend inspired Hamilton Kings, […]

Love And Mental Health In Isolation

By Madison Behringer As a community, all Australians have taken a hit as a result of COVID-19. Some of us have lost jobs, been separated from our family and loved ones, and almost all of us have been forced out of our usual routine. The pubs have been closed for over a month, we can’t […]

Cocktail Party

By Madison Behringer Since March 23 our beloved pubs, clubs and local bars have been forced to shut down following the COVID-19 restrictions put in place by the Federal Government. For many businesses this has meant closing the doors all together while waiting out the storm, but for others, relaxed restrictions on takeaway alcohol have […]

Touch Of Class

Now that we're all staying home and have ample free time it is a great opportunity for self-improvement. Whether you want to simply upskill and add new credentials to your resume or if you want to completely shift fields there are a plethora of online courses from highly regarded institutions. City Hub has gathered together […]

Open For Business In Pyrmont

Pyrmont/Ultimo peninsula is picturesque and lively…well, usually. It has a well preserved heritage that sits comfortably alongside avante garde architecture. The local population is one of the most highly concentrated in the country and is distributed among tall apartment blocks and traditional cottages. Several attractions make this area a popular tourist destination, yet at the […]