With Mick Roberts ****** Police are appealing for help after a man was stabbed at Kings Cross last Saturday. About 2.15am, the man aged in … Read more

Pyrmont recreation area laid to waste

By Linda Daniele Pyrmont residents are calling for community consultation on a plan to redevelop harbour front land in Bank Street for public recreation. The … Read more

Youth centre gets a helping hand

By Simon Nichols The Glebe Youth Service (GYS) has this week been granted an additional $150,000 from the City of Sydney to continue operating for … Read more

City’s budget eats into future cash reserves

By Roje Adaimy A spending spree on capital works projects over the next four years will leave the City of Sydney’s cash reserves almost $250 … Read more

Village art prize to light up City bus stops

Now in its third year, annual City of Villages Art Exhibition and Prize is once again open for entries, with a total of $3000 in … Read more

Drug raid a sign of new times, community says

By Anne Von Fehrn Residents of The Block at Redfern have come out in full support of last month’s drug raid, despite claims that the … Read more

Planning laws don’t sit right with National Trust

By Stephanie Dalzell Proposed changes to the way councils approve planning developments will undermine the democratic system, according to the National Trust. Under the draft … Read more

Diary – Love at Cumbersome corner – Autumn – Pt 3

By Bruce Williams In Cumbersome, where nothing goes terribly right and nothing goes terribly wrong, Autumn has come. The Indian mynas, which are as native … Read more

Diary – Love at Cumbersome corner – success Pt 4

By Bruce Williams The broker shop with the broken windows sells only broken things: hot TVs; hot refrigerators. Divorcees wedding rings. Two shops down by … Read more

Diary – Love at Cumbersome Corner Pt 1

Love at Cumbersome Corner By Bruce Williams In the inner-Sydney suburb of Cumbersome, where nothing goes terribly right, and nothing goes terribly wrong, the people … Read more