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There will be more housing for low-income households in the inner city following the City of Sydney’s decision to turn an unused Council-owned site in Alexandria into 21 affordable apartments.
Shops and businesses in the city will soon be able to trade until 10pm without needing further approvals thanks to new planning changes unanimously approved by Council last night.
Under a new plan released today, the City of Sydney will plant 700 new street trees a year and aim to cover 40% of the city in greenery by 2050.
Global and local leaders will call for urgent action to mitigate the global climate emergency as part of a public talk in Sydney later this month.
All international students studying in NSW are invited to attend the City of Sydney’s popular welcome event online this year.
Fewer people are sleeping rough in inner city Sydney this summer, according to the City of Sydney’s latest street count.
Aboriginal carbon farmers based in northern Australia have joined the fight against climate change following an agreement between the City of Sydney and the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation.
City of Sydney Council has unanimously approved the City’s assessment of the NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) proposal for development at Waterloo estate south.
The 2021 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras season has officially begun with the raising of the rainbow flag above Sydney Town Hall this evening.
Marking the start of the Sydney Lunar Festival, the City of Sydney has unveiled two bold pink statues for the Year of the Ox and a new lunar year that promises prosperity for all.
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