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Sydneysiders are being urged to turn their courtyards, decks, balconies and gardens into habitats for local wildlife and help preserve threatened local species.
Sydneysiders can meet around 50 local disability service providers at the City of Sydney's first disability expo at Sydney Town Hall on Saturday 22 June.
悉尼市政府将于6月22日星期六在悉尼市政厅（Sydney Town Hall）举办第一届残疾人博览会，届时，约有50家本地残疾服务机构将与大众见面
From hip hop workshops to weaving sessions and earth oven treats, there’s ways for everyone to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in the heart of Sydney this July.
今年7月悉尼将安排系列文化活动，利用嘻哈、土著民族传统烹饪方式 -- 地灶（earth oven）等多样形式让人们有机会亲密接触澳大利亚土著和托雷斯海峡岛民族（Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander）文明深邃。
Playgrounds, nature play and new seating areas in small parks across the City of Sydney are all on the drawing board as consultation on a large series of park upgrades begins.
Leading companies today joined forces with the City of Sydney and pledged to dramatically reduce single-use plastics across their businesses.
A Sydney medical student who drew on his personal cancer battle to launch a winning startup is encouraging other students to join the free 12-month program that helped boost his entrepreneurial skills.
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