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The first ever Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander crew is preparing to enter the world’s toughest ocean race and inspire a new generation of Australian sailors.
More Christmas concerts than ever before will spread the joy of the festive season across Sydney’s villages this year.
Following three and half years of development, Sydney's new state-of-the-art library in Lendlease's Darling Square precinct was officially opened today by Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore.
历经三年半的开发建设，悉尼市市长Clover Moore 今天正式在联实集团（Lendlease）的达令港中心区（Darling Square precinct）为悉尼目前水准最为先进的市政图书馆开幕剪彩。
Sydneysiders can hear international architects and innovative thinkers discuss the future of housing at Sydney Town Hall on Friday 15 November.
The City of Sydney is helping the Australian Paralympic Team fly to Tokyo next year to compete in the 2020 Paralympic Games.
The City of Sydney is planning to upgrade three sports fields to synthetic grass to allow more types of sports and year-round play.
The City of Sydney has unveiled the biggest standalone renewables deal for an Australian council. Valued at over $60 million, the plan will see the City meet its electricity needs using only wind and solar.
Language is proving to be no barrier as the Sydney Rides season of cycling events continues to bring surprises to its non-English speaking audiences.
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