Keating’s comments ‘comical’

Lord Mayor Clover Moore has hit back at former prime minister Paul Keating’s comments regarding her opposition to the existing plans for the redevelopment of … Read more

Letter to the editor: Cold-turkey

Since Andrew Woodhouse mentions sleaze, he shouldn’t overlook the convicts shipped out from England, circa 1788, among them pimps, prostitutes and rum smugglers (“Inject sanity, … Read more

Graffiti of the week

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Plans to transform George St

The City of Sydney is challenging the State Government to fulfill its promise of fixing the central city’s transport mess. Council said it would invest … Read more

A night of erotica comes to the SWF

In just a few days, the Walsh Bay precinct and its surrounds will open its doors for the annual Sydney Writers Festival (SWF). And one … Read more

Pyrmont residents angry at lack of off-leash parks

Pyrmont residents are calling for Council to rescind the decision to re-classify parks along the Pyrmont Peninsula. Locals are angry about the lack of off-leash … Read more

Residents concerned with Swingers Club proposal

A development application has been submitted to the City of Sydney to turn a Brothel into a Swingers Club in Surry Hills. The Brothel, located … Read more

Kirketon Road extension draws substantial objections

The City of Sydney has received an overwhelming number of submissions opposing the proposal of a Kirketon Road Centre facility in Potts Point. 160 letters … Read more

Faster STI testing in the city

A faster screening service for sexually transmitted infections (STI) has been launched on behalf of Sydney Sexual Health Centre (SSHC). A NSW first, the Xpress … Read more

Heritage-listed properties destroyed in Chippendale

Numerous heritage-listed backyards and structures have been unlawfully destroyed in Chippendale by construction company, Ceerose. Staff from Chippendale Fresh Food Co-Op, situated on Kensington Street, … Read more