Media releases

Media releases

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88 media releases

  • Gnarly new skate park opens in Alexandria

    Sculptural bowls and obstacles will challenge skaters of all ages as the City of Sydney opens a huge new $6 million skate park in Alexandria.

  • Blueprint for central Sydney's future

    The most detailed planning review of the city centre in more than four decades is set to play a critical role in Sydney's recovery from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Invitations open for new student ambassadors

    International students who live, study, work or regularly visit the City of Sydney area are invited to apply for an award-winning ambassador program.

  • New City of Sydney plan to progress reconciliation

    The City of Sydney has committed to a Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan, joining a cohort of leaders with longterm strategies and measurable targets to advance reconciliation.

  • Festive treats to support local businesses

    From re-pressed records to kids’ bike gear and artisan shortbread, local businesses are making it easier for Sydneysiders to shop local and delight family and friends this Christmas.

  • New village connections for safer riding

    The City of Sydney is calling for community feedback on new cycleway projects and streetscape upgrades that will fill missing links in the City’s bike network and make it safer for locals riding to school and to work.

  • Christmas cheer to brighten Sydney

    Sydney will sparkle and buzz this Christmas, with pop-up musical performances in local neighbourhoods, light displays, decorations, roving performers and more Christmas trees than ever.

  • Speaking out about domestic violence

    The City of Sydney will host a series of workshops, information sessions and presentations to address domestic violence against women as part of the United Nation’s annual 16 Days of Activism campaign.

  • Plans roll out for new cycleway on Oxford Street

    Three new cycleways will serve Sydney’s busiest cycling connections, providing safer access for thousands of people riding between the city and Sydney’s east, and further support the City of Sydney’s plans to revitalise Oxford Street.

  • Celebrate NAIDOC Week online

    Join us for our annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, NAIDOC in the City, broadcast online for the first time on Saturday 14 November.

  • Cash grants to help revitalise Sydney post-Covid

    The City of Sydney and NSW Government are offering $4.3 million in new grants to help businesses, cultural organisations, community groups and the entertainment industry breathe life back into the city centre.

  • Help shape the future of Oxford Street

    The City of Sydney is reviewing the planning rules for Oxford Street, as part of an initiative to revitalise the creative and cultural precinct and support local businesses.

  • Online series to reboot city businesses

    Local businesses will come together for a series of weekly webinars hosted by key industry leaders to help them adapt and grow during the pandemic.

  • 悉尼公园全新儿童骑行道荣获设计大奖

    今年,悉尼市政府在悉尼公园(Sydney Park)修建的全新的自行车骑行道荣获了设计大奖,这个校园假期,小朋友们又多了一个外出游玩的好去处。

  • Free masks for Sydney’s vulnerable communities

    More than 20,000 face masks are being distributed to some of Sydney’s most vulnerable communities in a move the City of Sydney hopes will help minimise further outbreaks of the Covid-19 virus.

  • Post-pandemic vision for a 24-hour city

    The City of Sydney is working with the NSW Government on a vision to create a 24-hour alfresco city that will support Sydney's recovery from the economic impact of the pandemic.

  • Vision for a new public square at Tech Central

    A major new public square at Sydney’s Central station is one step closer, with the City of Sydney releasing its vision for a high-tech, green and people-friendly precinct.

  • Support to share and strengthen skills for recovery

    The City of Sydney is offering funding for businesses seeking to bolster the city’s economic, social, environmental and cultural sectors and support the local area’s Covid-19 recovery.

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