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Sydney’s tech startups can be in the front running to do business with China, according to influential business leader, Nina Xiang.
From retro video games to bubble soccer, to an ideas pitchfest young residents from around Sydney are invited to take part in a range of activities designed by young people as part of Youth Week.
From story-making and creative workshops to bubble soccer and indoor rock climbing, there is plenty of fun to be had in Sydney during the autumn school holidays.
One of Circular Quay's most important heritage buildings will remain in public hands after being purchased by the City of Sydney.
The City of Sydney will further slash its greenhouse gas emissions by using 100 per cent renewables to meet its electricity needs.
Australian businesses should embrace artificial intelligence (AI) to develop workplace survival skills, according to a leading Chinese entrepreneur who will address local entrepreneurs in Sydney next month.
A new $12 million multipurpose facility will open its doors on Saturday, bringing four new courts for netball, basketball, volleyball, badminton and futsal to Alexandria.
Children from Darlinghurst Public School will beat the traffic and ride or scoot to school tomorrow for Ride2School Day (22 March). They will enjoy a morning of bike-based fun with the City of Sydney providing free bike bells and tune-ups.
The City of Sydney will hand out 1,000 free trees to local residents at Sydney Park on Saturday 30 March.
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