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Five Christmas concerts are set to bring the joy of the festive season to Sydney and its villages.
A festival to celebrate Glebe's 160th anniversary, a community picnic day for former Millers Point residents, an inclusive music festival and a child-abuse prevention program are some of the latest projects to receive City of Sydney funding.
A survey of city residents will seek to understand the wellbeing of local communities to ensure Sydney remains a sustainable, liveable, safe and culturally vibrant city.
The City of Sydney is inviting 100 apartment buildings and 300 houses to join its first food scraps collection trial in mid-2019.
The first statue of a World War I soldier carved in Australia has returned to its original home in time for the centenary of the guns falling silent on the Western Front.
The first round of public meetings to kick-start the development of the City of Sydney’s new strategic plan, Sustainable Sydney 2050, will start next week.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore has released a bold new plan to jump start Sydney's nightlife and economy.
A local business owner who has expanded her China tourism enterprise across Asia is encouraging small business owners to take the opportunity to learn from industry experts.
The City of Sydney has purchased the iconic Redfern Post Office with a plan to turn it into a local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural hub.
City of Sydney Councillors have approved a bold new plan to protect some of Sydney's most significant twentieth century buildings from being destroyed.
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