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Sydneysiders are invited to help green our city and create local habitats on Sunday 28 July.
A pioneering program to reintroduce native creatures such as shrimps, clams and worms into Sydney Harbour could help reduce stormwater pollution of the iconic waterway.
A support program for vulnerable social housing tenants, educational workshops and free community festivals and events are among the latest projects to receive funding from the City of Sydney.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will no longer need a busking permit to practice their cultures in public spaces managed by the City of Sydney.
Skateboarders of all ages and abilities will soon be able to kick flip their way around a great new skate park in Sydney Park.
The City of Sydney is hosting a Summit to build international connections and attract top talent for the Asian century.
Surf lifesaving services and charities for refugees and people with vision impairment are set to benefit from an affiliation with some of Australia's largest events.
The City of Sydney is looking for an organisation to create a new community hub at Haymarket Library on George Street after the library moves to The Exchange at Darling Square.
悉尼市政府现为市中心禧市地区（Haymarket）脍炙人口的历史建筑 -- 现禧市图书馆所在楼宇的租赁权和经营理念公开招商，以营造崭新的社区文化枢纽。禧市图书馆则将从乔治街（George Street）移至新型都市街区达令港中心（Darling Square）的多功能创新综合建筑达令交流中心（The Darling Exchange）内。这座多功能建筑将包罗：育儿中心、餐饮、天台酒吧等多元商业形态。
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