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A bold plan to protect some of Sydney's most significant 20th century buildings will be placed on exhibition for public comment from today.
Twenty images of siblings, pets, nature and hobbies by Sydney's youngest amateur snappers have been selected as finalists in the Little Sydney Lives photography competition.
From visions of our early city to tales of gothic horror, Sydneysiders can step back in time and see their city as it once was through a series of free events for next month's History Week.
Invitations have been sent to 15,000 random households, as the City of Sydney seeks 50 everyday people to take part in a citizens’ jury that will help shape the future of Sydney to 2050.
Inspirational women from professional fields including environmental science, engineering, law, financial services, sustainability and the not-for-profit sector are joining forces to tackle climate change as part of a global mentoring program.
A digital advertising agency started by a husband and wife team in a café has taken out top honours at the Sydney City Regional Business Awards, winning the micro business and regional business of the year awards.
Local aged care residents will reconnect with the joy of riding, thanks to a program helping them explore Sydney by bike.
Restoration of Sydney Town Hall’s historical stained glass windows will ensure an early Australian style of art is conserved for future generations.
The number of rat baits on City of Sydney land will double over the coming weeks in response to a growing number of rat sightings and several cases of leptospirosis in dogs.
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