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The City of Sydney is asking the public for feedback on a new policy for busking.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore is encouraging Sydneysiders to walk to work on Friday 5 October for national Walk to Work Day.
A successful global entrepreneur and chef who credits time spent in Australia with kick starting his business empire is heading to Sydney to share his recipe for creating profitable community enterprises.
Sydney Park will be transformed into an action-packed pop up adventure playground on Saturday 6 October, for the opening event of this year's Sydney Rides Festival.
A new program that will provide office space and support for international companies and entrepreneurs from Asia and China looking to do business in Sydney is set to launch, thanks to support from the City of Sydney.
From building robots and creative workshops to cinema excursions and cycling adventures, there are activities for kids of all ages in Sydney these spring school holidays.
A Sydney business has transformed their brand into a multi-million dollar business with soaring popularity in China by selling a product that removes chemicals from vegetables.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore announced Sydney has joined forces with more than 100 City leaders from around the world committing to strong action on climate change as part of the Global Climate Action Summit.
Winter will soon be a distant memory for Sydneysiders as colourful flower and plant displays spring up around the city this week.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore today welcomed a new plan outlining how the state’s critical infrastructure and emergency response services would be protected during major disasters.
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