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The NSW Government will contribute $1 million to help the City of Sydney create an additional 9,000m2 of public space for pedestrians in the heart of the city.
A major new public square at Sydney’s Central station is one step closer, with the City of Sydney releasing its vision for a high-tech, green and people-friendly precinct.
The City of Sydney is offering funding for businesses seeking to bolster the city’s economic, social, environmental and cultural sectors and support the local area’s Covid-19 recovery.
People with a disability are being urged to speak out and share their experiences to help shape the City of Sydney’s inclusion (disability) action plan.
悉尼市政府诚挚邀请残障人士为本市《包容性（针对残障需求）行动计划 [Sydney’s inclusion (disability) action plan]》的完善畅所欲言。
In a nod to the suburb famed for its confectionary making, the City of Sydney is proposing to name two areas in Rosebery after of some of Australia’s most-loved lollies.
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