Medicare calls off cash payments

Across Australia, Medicare is joining the 21st century by going cashless – and the upgrade will soon reach Sydney streets. Medicare centres in Town Hall, … Read more

OPINION: Targeting tattoo touts

Everyone who has a tattoo is a thug. Or at least that is the message blaring out of the new Tattoo Parlours Act 2012, approved … Read more

Fireworks as incentive to increase indigenous school attendance

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children across Australia will be encouraged to attend school, thanks to City of Sydney Council committing $6,000 to trial the … Read more

Sydney signs spruced up

Navigating around Sydney is about to get simpler. City of Sydney Council has drafted a Legible Sydney Wayfinding Strategy, promising improved directions around the city. … Read more

An inclusive city for people with disabilities

Twenty per cent of the NSW population live with a disability, making it critical for Sydney to remain user-friendly. City of Sydney Council has rolled … Read more

Self-harm cases double in NSW

Self-harm has more than doubled over the last two decades in NSW and young women are doing it at a rate three times greater than … Read more

Kings Cross: The way you want it

The quest to make Kings Cross a safer place for revellers has reached an all-time high. Following recent attacks in the area, new proposals are … Read more

Redfern takes centre stage

Redfern’s rocky reputation has lent itself to highly anticipated feature film, Around the Block. As the name suggests, the film is set on The Block … Read more

Salaries set to soar

Expect your pay packet to be bursting at the seams this year. A survey by Hay Group found Australians to be among the highest earners … Read more

Youth parliament opposes burqa ban

The burqa has always been a contentious issue, but it seems a general consensus has at last been reached – at least, by Australian teenagers.… Read more