New vision for Sydney’s first Little Italy

BY LINDA DANIELE A complete upgrade of East Sydney’s ‘Little Italy’ on Stanley Street is now in sight, after the City of Sydney Council agreed … Read more

Have something to say about the world around you?

  The City News, along with its sister publications City Hub and Bondi View, gives you the chance to respond to the stories that … Read more

Sydney goes pop, Japanese style

BY ROJE ADAIMY Sydney’s simple city skyline and relatively quiet streetscape is a far cry from the bright and buzzing neon-lit city of Tokyo. Yet … Read more

City’s investments react to fall of Bear Stearns

BY ROJE ADAIMY A portion of the City of Sydney’s investments have recorded a decline in value of around 36 per cent during March, following … Read more

Locals fight against homophobia

  A group of locals gathered in protest on King Street in Newtown last week to commemorate the Internatonal Day Against Homophobia. Protesters chose to wave … Read more

Wanna Win a Weekend Getaway?

By Chris Peken Fresh farm eggs – direct from the chook, garden-grown tomatoes, mushrooms with garlic, haloumi cheese, along with your choice of herbs from … Read more

Getting to the root of food shortages

By Mick Roberts While visiting Singapore and witnessing first hand its dense population, Sydney design student Ian Edwards had an idea that could one day … 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

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

Grand old heritage trees could get the chop

By Mick Roberts Grand old heritage trees, some towering over 18 metres and forming a canopy over Bourke Street Surry Hills, could get the chop … Read more