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In a first for Sydney, a leading international figure will take to the stage of Sydney Town Hall as a 3D projection to outline his vision for how citizens can design future cities.
The City of Sydney will spend almost $200m in the next financial year on major infrastructure projects in the fast-growing Green Square neighbourhood, as well as improving parks and open spaces and environmental performance.
The character and significance of one of Sydney’s most renowned streets is to be protected following Council approval to heritage list three sites on Darlinghurst Road.
Young Sydney snappers are invited to capture images on how they see city life for this year's Little Sydney Lives photography competition and exhibition.
Amateur and professional photographers are invited to submit images that depict their interpretation of life in Australia for one of the country's most prestigious photography exhibitions and prizes.
The City of Sydney will create more inclusive streets and open spaces for everyone – including people with disability, older people and families – with a new policy to ensure the city is welcoming and accessible for all.
New rules allowing city centre businesses, shops and restaurants to trade late into the night could take effect from next month after Sydneysiders overwhelmingly backed a major overhaul of the city’s late-night planning controls.
New projects to support textile reuse, digitised recycling and green garden walls are among the 36 recipients of more than $400,000 in environmental performance grants awarded by the City of Sydney.
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