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REVIEW: Karen’s Diner Top Ryde

I am not going to lie, walking into Karen's Diner, which is reputed to have the worst customer service in the city, can be nerve-wracking. After several minutes of nervous pacing and scrolling through the reservation confirmation with clammy hands, a Karen turned to serve me. Rolling eyes and sass made up most of her […]

Call goes out for new wave of Job Coaches

Asuria is seeking staff to help people find meaningful employment There’s a new employment services provider coming to town, aiming to transform the lives of Sydneysiders, and they’re looking for City Hub readers to join them. Asuria has been helping people to reach their job and career goals for over 25 years, and from July, […]

Sydney’s New 91-Kilometre Walking Trail

Ever wanted to walk from the Sydney Opera House all the way to Parramatta whilst taking in the views of our iconic Sydney Harbour? Well if the NSW Government's $60 million Parramatta to Sydney Foreshore Link project goes ahead you will be able to do just that. The 91-kilometre walk will reimagine Sydney & Parramatta […]

Where to use your Dine & Discover Vouchers before they expire

By Marcus Haar We’re already halfway through the year? It practically just begun! As we approach the end of June, this also means the NSW Dine & Discover Vouchers are about to expire. So allow us to provide a few suggestions for where you can quickly spend any unused government cash. Discover Vouchers If you’re […]

Inner West locals & new communities come together to celebrate Refugee Week

The Community Refugee Welcome Centre in Callan Park, Lilyfield, will celebrate World Refugee Day on Sunday, June 19, through its family-friendly event Spirit Of Welcome. Marking Refugee Week 2022, Spirit Of Welcome is a full-day public program of activities led by newly arrived artists. The day will feature live music, dance, film screenings, creative workshops, arts and […]

Meet Xbox’s Major Nelson in Sydney

Sydney Xbox gamers have a rare opportunity to meet one of the most well know names of the company today when Major Nelson makes an appearance at the EB Games Warringah Mall store. During the event Major Nelson will meet Xbox fans and give away a bunch of amazing prizes such as the Xbox Series S, Game […]

Jordan B. Peterson adds second Sydney show

Due to public demand renowned professor, clinical psychologist, and international best-selling author, Dr. Jordan B. Peterson has added a second show in Sydney to his upcoming Australian tour. Following his hugely successful 12 Rule for Life: An Antidote to Chaos Tour in 2019—which saw additional dates added in several markets due to demand—the new show will expand […]

Joel Tarling – The Trees That Are Special To Me

In recent years the importance of the natural environment around us has become increasingly important. For visual artist Joel Tarling his new exhibition The Trees That Are Special To Me explores this idea by highlighting some of the local trees that he encounters everyday in Sydney's Inner West. As Joel explained, "the trees of the […]

REVIEW: 1 Kitchen West Hollywood

Set in the hills of West Hollywood this restaurant serves up delicious treats in a space which acts as the perfect escape from the concrete jungle of Los Angeles, USA. At 1 Kitchen, Executive Chef Ginger Pierce serves up fresh, local, and sustainably sourced farm-to-table Southern California cuisine. Chef Pierce has a passion for ingredient […]

Clover Moore Opens Five-Storey Creative Centre In Sydney

A spectacular new five-storey arts rehearsal and production centre in downtown Sydney has opened to artists and creative organisations. The City of Sydney Creative Studios features 30 spaces including an expansive rehearsal area, recording and editing suites, visual art studios, workshops, screening rooms and offices. It’s also home to an artist-in-residence apartment and a café. […]