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]

Free home energy assessments for locals

City of Sydney residents can make their homes more sustainable by applying for free home energy assessments through the Our Energy Future program. For a fixed time period, an energy expert will visit homes to carry out [Read entire story]

Revitalising the shopping heart of Surry Hills

The City of Sydney is helping make Surry Hills more appealing and liveable with extra space for shops and apartments, and open space for recreation. Council has approved a planning proposal for Surry Hills Shopping [Read entire story]

More affordable and social housing for the inner city

The City of Sydney is selling surplus land for the creation of more affordable housing in Green Square. Lord Mayor Clover Moore said Council had approved the subsidised sale of City-owned land on the southern section of [Read entire story]

Low cost workspaces a boost to culture and creativity

The City of Sydney is boosting Sydney’s culture and creativity by offering arts and community organisations affordable workspaces across the city. The City’s latest round of accommodation grants – which provide [Read entire story]

World-class library takes shape in Green Square

Green Square residents can see their new state-of-the-art library and plaza taking shape, with construction of the City of Sydney’s highly anticipated $47 million project now well underway. The City’s contractors, [Read entire story]

Midnight Oil warns disappointed fans not to buy tickets from scalpers, as passes go for inflated prices

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Westpac promises customers compensation for financial loss after system outage

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Jim Stefan Celebrates 24 Years of Work in the Entertainment Industry

Business Profile: Jim Stefan celebrates 24 years of work in the entertainment industry. Spanning over 2 decades, Jim Stefan’s track record of achievements in the entertainment arena is extensive. Formerly the [Read entire story]

Forced council amalgamations could be scrapped in NSW Government backflip

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The Everest: Sydney to hold ‘richest turf race in the world’

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World record on the line at Dumpling Championships

Most visitors to one of Din Tai Fung’s CBD eateries would be familiar with the urge to reach across the table for just one more dumpling, despite being well past the point of feeling full. But a group of competitive [Read entire story]

Lunar eats set to satisfy Sydney

Whether it’s the Year of the Rooster, Monkey, Dragon, or any of the 12 animals of the zodiac, there are three common elements at every Chinese New Year celebration: family, friends and food. And with some of the world’s [Read entire story]

Man shot in Jannali, Sydney after ‘altercation between a number of males’, police say

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A-League: Western Sydney Wanderers denied penalty against Sydney FC in derby draw

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Two million reasons to roll out the red carpet

Tens of thousands of passengers will be welcomed by city ambassadors as more international cruise ships than ever before sail into Sydney this summer, including the largest cruise vessel to ever enter our harbour. With [Read entire story]

Mailbox safety to prevent identity theft and fraud

The City of Sydney is calling for new design standards on apartment mailboxes to protect residents from identity theft and fraud. In a submission to Standards Australia, the City of Sydney has called for the existing [Read entire story]

Chapel By The Sea: Key Indigenous mural destroyed by management

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Tim Cahill heads Melbourne City to first FFA Cup with 1-0 win over Sydney FC

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Macedonian Masterminds – Missed by Macedonian Community

The dispute over Macedonia's constitutional name goes back to the Republic of Macedonia's declaration of independence in 1991. Greece claims that the term Macedonia refers to the historical Kingdom of Macedon and [Read entire story]

Man fights for insurance payout

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SA MPs go on ‘brothel crawl’ in NSW to investigate decriminalisation of prostitution

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Laneway art to shed light on Sydney’s hidden past

Visitors will soon be able to explore the secrets of Sydney’s past with major public artworks set to appear in three inner-city laneways. The City of Sydney is seeking proposals from local and international artists for [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]

Craig Moller goes from AFL to NBL with Sydney Kings

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Meerkat baby boom takes hold at Taronga Zoo in Sydney with this year’s second litter

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All-Sydney AFL finale gaining momentum as Giants and Swans gear up for a showdown

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AFL finals: GWS Giants haters need to ‘get a life’ says Kevin Sheedy

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NSW weather: Search for man missing in floodwaters as severe weather hits

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Mike Baird discusses the greyhound racing ban

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Sydney siege inquest: Andrew Scipione denies telling commander storming cafe should be last resort

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Uni students caught running secret Facebook page featuring photos, explicit comments about couples

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NSW Government to buyback Caroona mine exploration licence from BHP

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Australians spend eight times more hours per week looking at screens than with loved ones: survey

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