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Join AI revolution for industry survival

Australian businesses should embrace artificial intelligence (AI) to develop workplace survival skills, according to a leading Chinese entrepreneur who will address local entrepreneurs in Sydney next month.

New multipurpose sports complex for Perry Park

A new $12 million multipurpose facility will open its doors on Saturday, bringing four new courts for netball, basketball, volleyball, badminton and futsal to Alexandria.

Darlinghurst kids like to bike it

Children from Darlinghurst Public School will beat the traffic and ride or scoot to school tomorrow for Ride2School Day (22 March). They will enjoy a morning of bike-based fun with the City of Sydney providing free bike bells and tune-ups.

Free trees for inner-city schools and residents

The City of Sydney will hand out 1,000 free trees to local residents at Sydney Park on Saturday 30 March.

Garage business goes global by getting social

Sydney jewellery maker Nikita Majajas says she wouldn't be in business without social media. The one-woman enterprise credits Instagram for transforming the designs crafted in her garage into a global brand.

Working together to reduce strata stress

A series of free workshops in English and Chinese will help both strata-dwelling owners and renters tackle issues including pets, levies and noisy neighbours.

New ideas for more diverse housing in the city

The City of Sydney is calling for new ideas to boost the diversity of housing across the city, with a focus on identifying and developing new models to increase affordable housing supply.

New urban oasis in the heart of Green Square

Garden terraces, a paved courtyard, trees, seating and public art are at the heart of a $5 million world-class space for gatherings and relaxation in Green Square.

Everyone has a say in shaping Sydney’s future

Sydney residents, workers, businesses, students, and visitors are being called on to share their vision of what the city should be like in 2050.

New inner city park to spark kids’ imaginations

Stepping stones, distorting mirrors, a rain wheel and timber animals will form the heart of an imaginative new children's playground in Darlinghurst.

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Media contacts

To ask a question, report a problem, or provide feedback to the City of Sydney 24/7, call:
02 9265 9333

For media inquiries and interviews, contact the City’s media team on:
0400 331 027 or email mediateam@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

For interviews or comments from the Lord Mayor, contact:
02 8974 4165 or email lordmayormedia@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

Notifications and opportunities
If you’re a journalist and would like to receive our media releases and alerts, please email your name, title and contact details to mediateam@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au with the words ‘Subscribe to news list’ in the subject field.

Journalism students
The City of Sydney receives a large number of requests from journalism students seeking assistance with assignments. In an effort to assist students and ensure there is readily available information on the City’s projects and programs, every effort is made to ensure City of Sydney News and the City’s corporate website are up-to-date with news and announcements. Please note, however, that due to extremely busy workloads City staff are not available to undertake media interviews for student projects.

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