Drunken sporting pilgrims put on notice

By Mick Roberts Sporting hooligans making their way to and from Moore Park events have been put on notice, as a new police operational strategy … Read more

Angry scenes at donations inquiry committee hearing

By Tim Lake There were angry exchanges at the public hearing of the Select Committee on Electoral and Political Party Funding in Parliament last week, … Read more

Botanic Gardens’ frequent flyers are back

By Mick Roberts Some of Sydney’s most historic and treasured trees may be lost if a solution isn’t found to relocate thousands of unwanted residents … Read more

King Street upgrade and cycleway get the green light

By Linda Daniele Construction work on the King Street upgrade and cycleway is set to start this month with the City of Sydney Council’s approval … Read more

Old Sydney razor gangs come to life

By Megan Palin The 1920s and 30s saw some of Australia’s most terrifying criminals wage war with razor and gun. Surry Hills and Kings Cross … Read more

City claims no risky investments

By Roje Adaimy The City of Sydney Council says its $460 million investment portfolio has not been hit with heavy losses as a result of … Read more

Wayside garden space creates new Hope

By Emily Laurence Once closed off due to reoccurring drug-related deaths, Hope Lane in Kings Cross is now living up to its name as Wayside … Read more

Council grants deadline approaches

Those wanting financial help for a pet project from the City have until 6pm on April 21 to get their grant applications in. City of … Read more

Shoreside mansion to be bathed in heritage glory

The recently restored ‘Bellevue’ mansion on Blackwattle Bay has been entered into the National Heritage Awards in a bid to preserve Sydney’s past. Originally designed … Read more

Ward Park to become adventure playground

Construction of a new play area in Surry Hills’ Ward Park is set to begin later this year, following the approval of concept plans by … Read more