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Radical vocalist headlines NAIDOC in the City

City workers and visitors should stop by Hyde Park next month to hear soul and hip-hop from renowned local vocalist and songwriter David Lehā, known as Radical Son.

Kids stencil and stamp their way through winter

The creation of pet portraits, snow domes, stuffed animals, colourful dreamcatchers, jewellery and tote bags are some of the many workshops available to kids and teens through a series of school holiday programs run by the City of Sydney.

TAFE training to boost skills in Green Square

Residents and businesses in the fast-growing Green Square area will be able to build skills in their own backyard with access to dozens of new TAFE NSW training programs.

Water recycling project makes award splash

A Sydney Park project that cleans and reuses the equivalent of 340 Olympic-sized swimming pools of local stormwater runoff a year has been honoured with a 2016 Good Design Award.

Providing a springboard for women-owned businesses

A fast-track program to support up-and-coming female entrepreneurs is being supported by the City of Sydney as part of its efforts to foster business and boost the local economy.

Calling all young happy snappers

Young photographers are invited to zoom in on the annual Little Sydney Lives competition by submitting their best snaps of Sydney.

Inspiring creative kids this NAIDOC Week

Renowned artist and performer Gail Mabo will inspire children and parents alike to get creative during the City of Sydney’s free NAIDOC in the City event this July.

Capturing the Australian big picture

The City of Sydney is inviting established and amateur photographers around Australia to take part in one of the country’s biggest photography competitions.

Modern bush tucker brings a taste of the outback to the city

One of Australia’s most acclaimed Aboriginal chefs will be sharing his signature infusions of contemporary outback flavours at a series of free cooking demonstrations to celebrate NAIDOC Week.

Taking steps to a more walkable city

The City of Sydney’s new footpath lighting, tactile signs, maps and clear walking routes will give residents and visitors new and easier ways to explore the city on foot.

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Media contacts

To ask a question, report a problem, or provide feedback to the City of Sydney 24/7, call:
02 9265 9333

For media inquiries and interviews, contact the City’s media team on:
02 9246 7292 or email mediateam@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

For interviews or comments from the Lord Mayor, contact:
02 8974 4165 or email lordmayormedia@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

Notifications and opportunities
If you’re a journalist and would like to receive our media releases and alerts, please email your name, title and contact details to mediateam@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au with the words ‘Subscribe to news list’ in the subject field.

Journalism students
The City of Sydney receives a large number of requests from journalism students seeking assistance with assignments. In an effort to assist students and ensure there is readily available information on the City’s projects and programs, every effort is made to ensure City of Sydney News and the City’s corporate website are up-to-date with news and announcements. Please note, however, that due to extremely busy workloads City staff are not available to undertake media interviews for student projects.

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