Forging the female tech leaders of tomorrow

New cash grants from the City of Sydney will help more women become tech entrepreneurs, support businesses to explore opportunities in Southeast Asia and help launch a new industry website for startups. The City will [Read entire story]

Sydney students make life-changing connections

International students from across NSW are invited to join an award-winning ambassador program that provides opportunities to build friendships, broaden networks, gain career skills and forge community connections. Run [Read entire story]

Awards showcase Sydney’s top businesses

From app innovators to ground-breaking medical researchers, beauty salons to pop-up art galleries, the roll call of finalists in this year’s Sydney City Business Awards showcases the diversity of businesses flourishing [Read entire story]

School drop-off is perfect family exercise

Bourke Street Public School students are adding a touch of bling to their bikes and gearing up for National Ride2School Day this year, as a record number of schools across NSW get set to take part in the event. So far [Read entire story]

Safeguarding business owners from retail crime

The City of Sydney has joined forces with NSW Police to help city businesses combat theft, with retail crime expected to spike during the Christmas shopping season. A series of video podcasts from the City’s Safe City [Read entire story]

City businesses vying for State gong

Eleven businesses operating in the City of Sydney area are in the running for top honours at the upcoming 2014 NSW Business Chamber Business Awards. Seven city-based companies, two local chambers, one training college [Read entire story]

Underpass to become welcoming public place

A busy city underpass is to be transformed into a bright, safe and welcoming thoroughfare during the day and at night. The City of Sydney’s revitalisation of the Kent Street underpass, which connects Wynyard to Harbour [Read entire story]

Accessible signs open up city streets

The City of Sydney today launched the first step in a comprehensive wayfinding and tactile signage network that will make the city more accessible for people of all abilities. The $8 million Legible Sydney Wayfinding [Read entire story]

Missing link completes harbour foreshore walk

An uninterrupted stretch of Sydney waterfront is now accessible to the public for the first time since early European settlement, connecting Glebe and Annandale with a scenic 2.2 kilometre foreshore walk. The new link [Read entire story]

World’s walking experts step into Sydney

Leading international experts on walkable cities have descended on Sydney for Walk21 – a three-day event co-hosted by the City of Sydney and the NSW Government. Hundreds of delegates from the US, Asia, the UK, [Read entire story]

Walkable cities work better for everyone

Sydney’s future as a globally competitive and liveable city relies on its walkability, according to one of the world’s leading experts on city planning. Brent Toderian, former chief planner of Vancouver, will share his [Read entire story]