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Pell to Hell, killer decisions, drug pushers punished: News Bites – 28 Aug 2019

Bite-sized bulletins by ALEC SMART Pell fell back to Hell Disgraced Archbishop George Pell, who won’t be stripped of his titles by The Vatican until all his appeals are exhausted, has apparently decided he will appeal his sex abuse convictions in the High Court. On August 21, Victoria’s Court of Appeal upheld Pell’s December 2018 […]

Winter Wonderland

By Rita Bratovich. Sydney-siders love to be outdoors, even in winter. The proliferation of night markets, and the crazy crowds at Vivid prove the public is hungry for evening activity. Well, now there’s another event on the calendar to feed their restless souls. Pyrmont Ultimo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Winter Solstice Pop […]

THINKING OUTSIDE THE SQUARE

With any luck the State government’s plans to bulldoze a row of 19th century terraces to make way for a train station in Pyrmont will be derailed. Under a hastily prepared and still unfunded $5.3 billion proposal, the government announced that a Sydney Metro station and ventilation stack would be located on the southeastern side […]