Police have renewed their appeal for information after a robbery and assault in Surry Hills last year.
A 28-year-old man was assaulted and robbed of … Read more
School students are being encouraged to enter the 2008 National History Challenge after the announcement of this year?s theme: Australia Meets the World.
The Challenge … Read more
By Roje Adaimy
The Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) has abandoned its plans to impound vessels used to train disadvantaged school children in Pyrmont.
Following … Read more
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who served in war could soon be honoured with Sydney?s first indigenous war memorial.
A draft model is now on … Read more
By Anne Von Fehrn
Locals were left divided over an agreed period of paid maternity leave at a community forum last week.
The long-standing issue … Read more
Funding from the private sector will be explored to improve and increase housing for the disabled.
The Federal Government has established a Disability Investment Group … Read more
By Sascha Ryner
Australia’s very first centre for female victims of slavery and human trafficking was this week launched in Sydney.
Opened by The Salvation … Read more
By Mick Roberts
Controversy continues to surround troubled Botany Road at Waterloo with developers Baseline Constructions seeking damages against the NSW Government.
The Supreme Court … Read more
By Roje Adaimy
Redfern could soon house the state’s first specialised sentencing court for Indigenous offenders, following a push from local supporters.
Director of the … Read more
Pyrmont will be buzzing with art-lovers and artists alike this Saturday May 3, as it hosts the City’s only short art festival.
Following the success … Read more