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The City of Sydney is expanding its tree canopy to help green the city and has welcomed this week’s federal government commitment to further grow Australia’s urban forest.
Sydneysiders recycled 20 tonnes electronic waste in six hours at the City of Sydney’s latest e-waste collection day, helping keep unwanted household items out of landfill.
CEOs, executives and industry heavyweights from hundreds of businesses are gearing up to join next month’s Sydney Rides Business Challenge - the biggest event of its kind in Australia.
A century-old harbourside bandstand that is a Sydney institution, hosting over 100 wedding ceremonies a year, has been restored to its former glory by the City of Sydney.
A Newtown housing cooperative will be the first in Australia to use a solar and battery storage system to produce energy for a multi-unit residence housing dozens of students.
Entry to the City of Sydney’s five aquatic facilities will be free and special memberships offered at a heavily discounted price during five separate open days.
In an historic first the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay Station, Sydney Town Hall and the Capitol Theatre will be illuminated red to mark the 2016 Chinese New Year and welcoming the Year of the Monkey.
The City of Sydney’s new climate adaptation strategy outlines a plan of actions to safeguard Sydney against the threat of soaring temperatures, worsening storms and rising sea levels.
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