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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures will be showcased with energetic live music and dance performances, traditional food offerings and craft workshops at a free celebration for Sydneysiders of all ages.
The Surry Hills lawn where 30,000 people gathered to hear the results of Australia’s marriage equality postal survey in November 2017 could soon be named Equality Green.
More small businesses and live music venues will be able to expand their late-night activities thanks to more than $210,000 in new grant funding from the City of Sydney.
An exciting design for an expansive new playground for children and teenagers in the heart of the city has been revealed.
City of Sydney councillors have voted to declare that climate change poses a serious risk to the people of Sydney and should be treated as a national emergency.
Amateur and professional photographers can see their prize images feature in a stunning outdoor gallery as part of Australia’s biggest bike-themed festival this spring.
Sydney Rides will be bigger than ever, with more than 40 family friendly events celebrating bikes and urban adventure being held across the City of Sydney this Spring.
Young Sydneysiders can learn to ride a bike, create their own robots, join in hip hop dance workshops and go ice skating, as part of a wide range of activities on offer these school holidays.
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