By TOKS OGUNDARE Inner West Council announced yesterday a proposal to grant an easement over the Darrell Jackson Gardens to the controversial Iglu student accommodation building site in Summer Hill. The easement will allow Iglu Pty Ltd the permanent right to access and use the land to connect stormwater drainage to the existing Sydney Water […]
When I arrived at Gelatony, Antonino Lo Iacono was making gelato. This might not sound surprising, but with so many places buying in product or importing the base, it’s important. When we sit down over a Flat White ($3.50) he brings me the smoothest gelato I’ve ever tasted.
With the upsurge of enthusiasm for pizza certified Napoli, it’s easy to lose sight of pizza styles popular across the rest of Italy. Add that Nicola Piteo slid his restaurant into an existing Italian spot, keeping the original name, and you get some idea of how his outstanding pizza has largely flown under the radar.
By Joe Bourke A modest crowd of around 30 people attended a candidates forum for the newly formed Summer Hill electorate at the Addison Road Community Centre last Sunday. Present at the forum was notional Labor candidate Jo Haylen, Greens candidate Max Phillips and Socialist Alliance candidate Susan Price. Liberal candidate Julie Passas did not […]
By Lauren O’Connor Conversion of the historic Summer Hill Flour Mill into residential and commercial buildings was scheduled to begin in December but critics of the project warn it’s too large for the suburb. Under the plans to reinvent the industrial Flour Mill, four new high-rise buildings are to be built along Edwards and Smith […]