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Plans are afoot to paint a 90-metre rainbow path at Prince Alfred Park in Surry Hills to commemorate the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia.
Artists are invited to transform Sydney’s inner-city laneways with new public artworks.
The City of Sydney is seeking feedback on proposed planning controls that will help re-energise Sydney’s $4 billion night-time economy and create more opportunities for creative and cultural activities.
The City of Sydney is reviewing the planning rules for Oxford Street, as part of an initiative to revitalise the creative and cultural precinct and support local businesses.
Local businesses will come together for a series of weekly webinars hosted by key industry leaders to help them adapt and grow during the pandemic.
Sydney Park bike track wins award
More than 20,000 face masks are being distributed to some of Sydney’s most vulnerable communities in a move the City of Sydney hopes will help minimise further outbreaks of the Covid-19 virus.
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