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The City of Sydney and St Vincent de Paul Society are working together to help change the lives of people with a disability by increasing community ties.
One of the world’s most inspiring leaders, the former President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson, will bring her expertise to the challenges of improving social outcomes for Sydney’s growing population.
It’s easier than ever for Sydneysiders to keep fit and healthy with new outdoor fitness hubs set to appear in selected City of Sydney parks.
A new brokerage fund to pay rental bonds on apartments and other costs holding young people back from accessing housing has helped improve hundreds of lives in the past year.
Sydneysiders have recycled more than 419 tonnes of e-waste though the City of Sydney’s free quarterly drop-off events – the equivalent weight of two jumbo jets.
Sydney’s escalating rents and property prices have forced more people onto Sydney’s streets, with 486 people sleeping rough in the inner-city alone.
Artists are being urged to fire up their imaginations and think big to create new Sydney Chinese New Year lunar lantern designs for the upcoming Year of the Rooster.
Black Star Pastry’s chef and founder Christopher The will share his insight into starting and growing a successful small business when he kicks off the City of Sydney’s free Business 101 seminar series for 2016.
The City of Sydney’s popular community gardens program is turning pockets of urban spaces into productive organic gardens run by local residents.
Sydneysiders can learn how to make bread, or simply break bread, with friends and family while learning about other cultures at the Living in Harmony festival in March.
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