If you’re wondering how bad the road closures will be during the weeklong World Youth Day, just imagine APEC and the Olympics combined.
Most major … Read more
BY PAM WALKER
Sydney is top on the world’s pilgrimage trail this year with thousands of young Catholics expected to visit during Pope Benedict XVI’s … Read more
By Ashley Devine
Hotels and venues that offer any form of live entertainment will soon not need to apply for a special licence.
Among the … Read more
By Lawrence Gibbons
If you believe the hype, close to 150,000 impressionable young minds will descend on Sydney in July, providing the Pope with ample … Read more
By Joshua Cole
A report by an international cycling expert has questioned the need for a cycle path on Bourke Street, Surry Hills.
The City … Read more
By Antonio Castillo
Sydney is among several major cities around the world where the centenary of Chile’s former president Salvador Allende will be commemorated. Allende … Read more
By Reuben Brand
The City of Sydney and Frasers Property have planned a cultural makeover for the CUB site in Broadway, turning empty warehouses into … Read more
BY JEREMY BROWN
While the State Government moves to implement its ‘Metro’ system (first train out of the station in 2017), councils in Sydney’s Inner … Read more
By Reuben Brand
Maadi Einfeld, aged 84, has just exhibited her latest show in a career that spans half a century.
Her exhibition Survey Exhibition … Read more
By Richard Shuttleworth
Not much sleep in Surry Hills recently – all sorts of clicking and whirring noises echoing through the walls of our terraced … Read more