Game over: tennis contract rejected

Rory Miles, operator of the Rushcutters Bay tennis courts for the past 27 years, has rejected the new contract offered by the City of Sydney.… Read more

Council downgrades cottage heritage from ‘high’ to ‘nil’

The City’s intention to demolish the Caretaker’s cottage at Rushcutters Bay tennis courts has received a major setback based on its heritage assessments. The 2001 … Read more

The ‘Loo loses car spots but gets its bus back

The ever-changing 311 bus route connecting Central Station, Elizabeth Bay, Woolloomooloo, and the City north will be re-routed through residential streets in Woolloomooloo after major … Read more

Hole in the ground to sprout apartments

A large hole in the ground on the site of the former Sydney Eye Hospital in Woolloomooloo is set to become twin seven-storey apartment blocks.… Read more

Pole Poster of the week

Catholic saints seem to be making a comeback in inner Sydney. This plea to find a missing dog, pole-posted in Rushcutters Bay, was endorsed in … Read more

Police seek men over Kings Cross assault

Detectives have released closed-circuit television images of two men they believe might be able to assist with their inquiries over a nightclub assault at Kings … Read more

‘Drill though my hand’ offer stalls demolition

Residents continue to occupy the Caretaker’s cottage at Rushcutters Bay tennis courts, after clashing with demolition workers sent by the City of Sydney. Here is … Read more

Occupation and siege: an ugly end as Clover clearfells truth

Residents last week occupied the groundsman’s cottage at Rushcutters Bay Tennis Courts, determined to stop Council from demolishing it. Courts manager Rory Miles, after a … Read more

Letter: Respect the fallen

Lawrence Hargrave Reserve, Kings Cross, should not be demolished by Sydney Council if works are to obliterate the Memorial erected in June 2005 to those … Read more

‘Hi Mum, you’re going to be a grannie’

Urban Grandma life in the Granny lane One hot, humid, January evening, my son called and asked if he could ‘pop around ’ a rare … Read more