Upgrading of two eastern parks to begin

Upgrading of Beare Park at Elizabeth Bay and Kings Cross Rotary Park will start this month after City of Sydney Council approved tenders for both … Read more

Climate action a lemon

Public action lobby group GetUp! [] is launching its latest national campaign and needs volunteers and community groups to get involved. Created by the designers … Read more


Clover’s rules stop busker Tom and his talking deer making a buck By Michael Gormly Tom Evreniadis lives in Elizabeth Bay and spends his days … Read more

You’ve Got to Give Them Hope

By Lawrence Gibbons Just two months before Harvey Milk was assassinated, I moved near San Francisco to attend uni in Berkeley. Like many of my … Read more

Aussie Flicks Shine Bright in the 2008 Sydney Film Festival

With over 18 Australian features and documentaries (including 12 world premiers) screening at the Sydney Film Festival in June, it’s going to be a fantastic … Read more

Australia to join China, Egypt and Iran in filtering Internet access

BY JEREMY BROWN Rudd Government plans to introduce compulsory content control for Australian Internet Service Providers (ISPs) this year has been met with shock and … Read more

Sydney protests Gaza attack

BY SHANT FABRICATORIAN A barrage of protests broke out across the world in reaction to Israel launching air strikes on Gaza just prior to the … Read more

The Bradley Review: time to walk the talk

BY SHANT FABRICATORIAN A month after his ascension to the Labor leadership, Kevin Rudd revealed in an interview with 2GB’s Alan Jones that he wanted … Read more

Nature and a Human Rights Document

BY STEPHEN KEIM S.C. The committee headed by Father Frank Brennan SJ will, no doubt, receive many submissions as to what rights are sufficiently important … Read more

Local Runner gets his Molesworth

  by Roger Hanney Postgraduate sports scientist Brent Harris is known to fun-runners and serious athletes as the operator of specialist sports store Running Science in … Read more