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Residents to have a say in the futures of Haymarket and Wentworth Park

By TILEAH DOBSON Wentworth Park and Haymarket are set to have their futures decided with the help of the community as the City of Sydney council put out the call for ideas. As one of the most expansive parks in inner Sydney, the council is hoping that the community will offer a vision. They want […]

Des Flanagan Say Moulin Rouge In Sydney Is “Overwhelming & Opulent”

By Jarrod Wolhuter Des Flanagan is living the dream. At 26 years old, he has been performing as Christian – the lead male role in the Moulin Rouge theatre production – for over 12 months, and he still cannot fathom the gravity of his situation. He promises Sydney will be stunned by the 75 song, […]

TikTok personality alleged victim of Haymarket acid attack

By DANIEL LO SURDO A Sydney TikTok personality has been identified as the alleged victim of a targeted acid attack in Haymarket on Friday night, saying that if it weren't for her glasses, she would've lost her sight. On Friday night, 32-year-old TikTok personality Jenny Elhassan was live-streaming outside a restaurant on Dixon Street when […]

18-year-old Chippendale man returns 0.161 alleged reading following Haymarket crash

By DANIEL LO SURDO An 18-year-old provisional licence holder from Chippendale has been charged with serious traffic offences after a crash in Haymarket on Saturday morning, which also saw a male passenger flee the scene on foot. At about 4:20 am on Saturday morning, a vehicle collided with a tree before flipping and landing on […]

Two Sydney teens charged with assault over alleged ‘hate crimes’ in CBD

By TOKS OGUNDARE Two teenage boys have been charged with assault in what police are treating as hate crimes in Sydney's CBD. At about 8:50 pm on Sunday 6 February, a 19-year-old man and two women – aged 20 and 21 – were walking on Castlereagh Street in Haymarket when a black Volkswagen Golf pulled […]

Sydney launches Lunar New Year festivities as prosperous Year of the Tiger awaits

By DANIEL LO SURDO The City of Sydney has launched its Lunar New Year celebrations for the Year of the Tiger following a COVID-interrupted festival last year marred by fewer events and no curator or artistic director being appointed. The 2022 festival will run from 29 January to 13 February and will feature an array […]

Haymarket: Museum of Chinese Australia to be established in Sydney

By ELISE PAPAIOANNOU The Museum of Chinese Australia (MOCA) will be formed in a previous Haymarket library at 744 George Street to preserve Chinese people's history, heritage, and material culture in Australia. Haymarket in Sydney is home to the largest Chinatown in Australia. In October 2019, the City of Sydney invited organisations to transform the […]

Basement 33

Amidst the hustle and bustle of Goulburn Street’s Haymarket end, is nestled a brand new hidden bar gem, worthy of any nightlife veteran’s attention.

Dangerous boarding houses still operating around Sydney

By Callum Cyrus A City Hub follow up investigation has identified several rogue boarding house operations just five months before state reforms are set to be introduced to tackle covert housing operations. City Hub spoke to agencies letting six different properties, each cramming between six and ten tenants into apartments with only one or two bedrooms. […]

678 Sydney Korean BBQ

Korean comedian Kang Ho-Dong greets you at the door in cardboard cutout form. He’s also a cartoon on the storybook menu, where his American chain is given a distinctly Aussie twist.