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With the increasingly popular Sydney Rides Business Challenge in full swing, commuters are being encouraged to ride to work and beat the traffic.
The City of Sydney has made a vow its entry in this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, ‘Let’s Get Married Australia!’, will be its biggest and best in more than a decade’s involvement in the parade.
Pyrmont’s Pirrama Park will be transformed into a surreal forest of blue trees around the world’s greatest harbour to raise awareness of the human impact on the environment.
Live music, provocative stories, untold truths and stand-up comedy are some of the highlights of the Late Night Library program at Kings Cross Library this autumn.
More than 1,600 Sydney workers are gearing up to get on their bikes from Monday (22 February) for the Sydney Rides Business Challenge – the biggest event of its kind in Australia.
The City of Sydney will tonight signal the start of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival by raising the rainbow flag above the city’s most important civic building, Sydney Town Hall.
The City of Sydney wants the law changed to allow short-term holiday services, such as Airbnb, so long as neighbouring properties and traditional visitor accommodation services are not adversely affected.
Sydneysiders who live in apartments, or those interested in buying one, are invited to a series of free workshops tackling the big issues of city living, from parking and pets, to noise and strata levies.
Sydneysiders have recycled enough household batteries to power a family washing machine for three-and-a-half years, since a trial began at the City of Sydney’s e-waste drop-off points.
Sydney has seen pop-up shops, pop-up cafes and even pop-up yoga – now young residents can look forward to a pop-up skate park.
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