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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 […]

Cowper Street building demolished to make way for new Glebe social housing

By SASHA FOOT An existing public housing block in Glebe has been demolished by the NSW Land and Housing Corporation to make way for a $34 million social housing development, which community activists have described as an act of "vandalism.” Once completed in early 2024, the redevelopment of 17-31 Cowper Street and 2A-2D Wentworth Park […]

Clover Moore pitches Cahill-less Circular Quay at Infrastructure Summit

By AMBER GRIFFIN Lord Mayor Clover Moore brought her vision for the removal of the Cahill Expressway in Circular Quay to the Sydney Morning Herald Infrastructure Summit on June 1. The summit was held at the Hilton Sydney for a "landmark conversation" on topics such as "the project pipeline of infrastructure projects in NSW, policy […]

George Street even more pedestrian friendly as City opens new public spaces

By ERIN MODARO Lord Mayor of Sydney Clover Moore celebrated the opening of the most recent public works on George St, improving and expanding the public spaces in the inner city. The finished works includes the expansion of a pedestrian boulevard that stretches from Bathurst Street to Rawson Place, advancing into Devonshire Street in Surry […]

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. […]

Council defeats motion to offer Pyrmont Community Centre relocation premises

By SASHA FOOT Clover Moore's Independent team defeated a motion that would grant Pyrmont Community Centre a workable relocation space while $5.7 million upgrades take place.  Five councillors of the Clover Moore Independent Team rejected the motion put forward by Liberal Councillor Shauna Jarrett and Labor Councillor Linda Scott earlier this month.  Clover Moore used […]

Vivid to receive funding injection from City of Sydney

By SHARLOTTE THOU The City of Sydney will provide $100,000 in cash funding to Vivid Sydney and a value-in-kind injection of up to $300,000. The City has proposed that the cash portion will fund the 'X/Celebrate' live music program as part of the festivities, which will "continue support of Sydney's thriving music scene with a […]

City of Sydney to investigate hosting gender diverse swim nights after Inner West success

By AMBER GRIFFIN The City of Sydney will investigate hosting their own trans and gender diverse swim nights after the neighbouring Inner West Council's first-ever inclusive swim night in April was hailed as a resounding success. A motion calling on council officers to evaluate the capacity for the City to host their own trans and […]

Sydney Con Jazz Festival 2022

By Amber Griffin The Sydney Con Jazz Festival will return to Sydney for the fifth time on June 5. The festival will take place at Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music, with over 100 trailblazing jazz artists from Australia, the United States and Europe set to perform. Myriad jazz music will pour throughout five world-class concert halls, […]

Liberal councillor knocks City of Sydney’s ‘silent’ response to Pyrmont community centre concerns

By DANIEL LO SURDO A Liberal councillor has lashed the City of Sydney and lord mayor Clover Moore's efforts to relocate the Pyrmont Community Centre ahead of its $4.5 million refurbishment, calling for a better public relocation process to ensure that "this ineptitude doesn't happen again". Shauna Jarrett, a City of Sydney councillor who entered […]