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The City of Sydney is calling on the NSW Government to give one of Australia’s most significant heritage conservation areas, Millers Point, greater protection under planning laws.
Sydneysiders are being asked to write welcome messages in chalk for refugees and asylum seekers on a special paved section in front of Sydney Town Hall during Refugee Week from 19 to 25 June.
Sydneysiders can drop off unwanted e-waste and worn out power tools this weekend at a free City of Sydney collection, hosted by Bunnings Warehouse Alexandria.
How to grow your small business will be one of many insights on offer at the next Business 101 Seminar featuring the innovative owners of Little Flowers, Work-Shop and Sew Make Create who have turned the idea of a traditional small business on its head.
More than 200 Chinese students who studied at Australian universities gathered in Guangzhou this week for the first ever Australian university alumni event in southern China.
The City of Sydney's credentials in meeting the demands of increasing urban density while maintaining a liveable, sustainable city will be showcased at a high level meeting of Asia-Pacific economic leaders today.
Australian sustainability experts met yesterday in Guangzhou, China, to discuss how cities can harness the power of energy, water and infrastructure for significant climate action.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore last night launched a four-day program of events that will mark the 30th anniversary of Sydney’s sister-city relationship with Guangzhou, China.
After huge success in Japan, Singapore and Brazil, local children’s designers <a href="https://oobi.com.au/">Oobi Baby and Kids</a> has its sights on the US, and says a Sydney business award win helped them crack international markets.
Sydneysiders can drop off unwanted e-waste and worn out power tools at a free City of Sydney collection, hosted by Bunnings Warehouse Alexandria, on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 June.
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