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A new City of Sydney trial will see food scraps from more than 4,000 homes diverted from landfill and turned into green energy or plant fertiliser.
A City of Sydney investigation will look at different rat eradication measures used across the globe and whether they can be applied to our area.
Sydney is celebrating 50 years of groundbreaking public art and the man who made the magic happen.
Children of all ages will soon enjoy updated play equipment at small parks and playgrounds across the inner city.
The biggest retail shopping event in Australia returns to Sydney next month for its 10th anniversary with catwalks, in-store promotions, beauty bars and champagne on offer throughout the city centre.
Pesticides, poisons, paints and propane gas tanks are among the 242 tonnes of hazardous material the City of Sydney has helped 6,000 residents safely dispose of through its annual household Chemical CleanOut.
每年，悉尼市政府都会为市区6,000居民提供家用化学制剂回收治理服务（household Chemical CleanOut），市民可通过该项服务安全地处理如：杀虫剂、毒药、油漆、烧烤液化丙烷气罐等有害废弃物质总计242吨。
A bold plan to protect some of Sydney's most significant 20th century buildings will be placed on exhibition for public comment from today.
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