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A much-loved World War I digger statue has returned to its home in Glebe’s Harold Park after 60 years.
You’ll be surprised how many traces can be found in the fabric of our city.
100 years ago, a single piece of legislation paved the way for women to become lawyers, stand for councils and enter parliament.
100 years ago, inner Sydney erupted in celebration as 4 years of battle were finally declared over.
Large crowds are expected to gather in Hyde Park on 11 November 2018, to reflect on the end of World War I.
Sydney town crier Graham Keating is preparing for one of his most important performances – marking the centenary of the end of the war his own uncle fought in.
Reflections on a lively past as a new public space is opened.
Explore what lies beneath our feet with former sites of cemeteries and hospitals
The women were a common sight around Port Jackson for generations, singing as they rowed and fished.
We’ve sure seen a lot of change in our 175+ years of operation. We’ve dug into the archives to come up with 6 odd jobs that no longer exist at the City.
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