Fighting poverty with photos

A free exhibition in Newtown will display a broad collection of photographs united under the banner of fighting poverty for a quarter century. The event … Read more

Inner city village under threat, say residents

Residents in Erskineville have raised concerns about the development of 40 new buildings in the suburb which will take two decades to complete. Construction on … Read more

Burlesque bares all for recognition

The history of Australian burlesque will be stripped down to its antique undergarments in Marrickville this month. On February 11, The Factory Theatre will host … Read more

Balmain community growing green

A community-run campaign has triumphed with plans for the installation of a common garden above a child care centre in Balmain. An organiser of the … Read more

Artfully wrapped utility boxes

An art competition in Leichhardt will take the sting out of traffic jams by making colourful canvases out of its signal boxes. The inner-west suburb’s … Read more

Sydney and all that jazz

Sydney and all that jazz Appreciators of jazz and soul music will have plenty to look forward to this summer as the annual Kinetic Jazz … Read more

Valet service for two-wheelers

Free valet bike parking was offered at the Sydney Festival’s opening night, on behalf of the City of Sydney. The not-for-profit organisation BIKESydney developed the … Read more

Scribing for positive aims

Those caring for someone with depression or bipolar disorder are at the forefront of the latest Black Dog Institute Writing Competition. The eighth annual contest … Read more

Raising a glass for giving back

The Sydney chapter of a non-profit organisation provides catering with a compassionate twist. After hosting dining events for paying guests, Eat, Drink, Give uses the … Read more