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Parents are being urged to “pause the screen-time” these school holidays and take their children on an urban treasure hunt through parks and inner Sydney villages.
Sydney wine company takes off in Asian market
The state’s biggest annual gathering of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is coming to Sydney this October long weekend.
The booming voice of world champion Town Crier, Graham Keating, officially declared the new City of Sydney Council this morning at a ceremony on the steps of Sydney Town Hall.
Sydney’s impressive collection of 20th Century architecture from the 1950s, 60s and 70s will be given an airing as part of the City of Sydney’s first architecture themed Culture Walk.
A world-first green leasing standard will help landlords and tenants benchmark their agreements against others and save on power and water bills thanks to a City of Sydney-led partnership.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore last night announced the winners of this year’s Australian Life and Little Sydney Lives photography prizes and launched the exhibitions in Hyde Park.
Sydney’s seniors can explore their creative side with a free after-dark, guided walking tour of the City’s public art projects.
A digital agency that allows its hardworking staff to bring their dogs to work claimed three top honours at the 2016 Sydney City Regional Business Awards.
The City of Sydney is investing another $21 million on major projects that will transform the city’s east side over the next 10 years.
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