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Let there be light: LEDs illuminate the city Better streets and spaces

Let there be light: LEDs illuminate the city

The City of Sydney will become the first council in NSW to replace all street lights with energy-efficient LEDs.

Join our library youth curators program Support for arts and culture

Join our library youth curators program

Gain hands-on event management experience and mentoring by professional artists

Seeking artists, makers and designers Support for arts and culture

Seeking artists, makers and designers

Join our Pine Street Creative Arts Centre tutor panel

Celebrate summer with our free swimming pool open days Things to do

Celebrate summer with our free swimming pool open days

Make a splash at an aquatic centre.

10 reasons to visit the new Green Square Library Things to do

10 reasons to visit the new Green Square Library

We know you’re going to love the new Green Square Library. Here’s just a few of the reasons to drop in.

Girls build confidence and camaraderie at Harold Park Better streets and spaces

Girls build confidence and camaraderie at Harold Park

Young students feel the power with martial arts.

Little known sites of life and death in Sydney streets Our history and heritage

Little known sites of life and death in Sydney streets

Explore what lies beneath our feet with former sites of cemeteries and hospitals

Prince Alfred Park commemorates balloon rides and sailing ships Better streets and spaces

Prince Alfred Park commemorates balloon rides and sailing ships

The park and pool pay tribute to Sydney’s history while helping ensure a sustainable future.

5 green tech innovations powering Green Square Waste, energy and water

5 green tech innovations powering Green Square

The big and green innovations behind some of the little things you’ll soon be doing in the area.

Watch a vintage aeroplane become suspended inside an underground library Better streets and spaces

Watch a vintage aeroplane become suspended inside an underground library

When Green Square’s sunken library officially opens, it’ll have a lot more to look at than interesting reads

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