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The City of Sydney is proposing to distribute up to $1.9 million in grants to help revitalise Dixon Street and the Haymarket precinct.
The international symbol for pride was raised by Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore AO at a special ceremony tonight attended by members of the largest rainbow community in Australia.
Updated statement on asbestos contaminated mulch
Sydney is throwing a 16-day party to celebrate the 2024 Lunar New Year – with outdoor festivities, dragon boat races, art, installations, lanterns, cultural performances and lion dancing.
Sydney is being transformed into a vibrant open-air gallery with art celebrating Asian cultures on proud display to usher in the Lunar New Year.
The City of Sydney is offering national and international artists up to $100,000 and the opportunity to be part of one of Australia’s most prominent arts programs.
The hugely popular Sydney Streets event series is returning in summer and autumn to some of the busiest village high streets.
Organised by Gadigal Information Service, operators of Koori Radio, this year’s event is supported by a $190,000 grant from long-time supporter, the City of Sydney.
Vivid pylon projections, a special appearance from Bluey and a series of stunning fireworks wowed people around harbour as they celebrated the start of 2024.
Sydney will light up in all its glory tonight with fireworks lighting the Harbour Bridge from shore to shore and pyrotechnics spanning 6 kilometres across the harbour.
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