Australia’s first safe house for enslaved and trafficked women

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

Greens want overhaul of FOI

An overhaul of the state’s freedom of information (FOI) laws would restore credibility and champion a new culture of openness and accountability, according to the … Read more

Beautiful things come in small packages

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

Bronze honour for Indigenous diggers on public display

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

From the office and beyond: ultimate winter fashion at World Square

The cold has hit and winter fashion has arrived at World Square Shopping Centre. This season is the perfect time to refresh your look and … Read more

Million dollar tourism campaign for Sydney

Sydney’s calendar of world-class events is the centrepiece of a new tourism campaign designed to inspire visitors from regional NSW and interstate. NSW Minister for … Read more

Sex and drug crimes in City among state’s highest

By Roje Adaimy The City of Sydney recorded the highest number of sexual assaults in the state last year, as well as an increase in … Read more

Missing link found in Sydney Harbour

By Mick Roberts It’s not every day someone discovers an evolutionary missing link ‘ especially right under our noses in Australia’s busiest waterway. A brown … Read more

Drawing inspiration from pioneer illustrator

By Mick Roberts Gifted botanical illustrator Lesley Elkan has taken first prize in the prestigious Margaret Flockton Award. Employed as an illustrator at Sydney’s Royal … Read more

Car share parking spaces expected to double

By Roje Adaimy More on-street and off-street parking spaces will soon be installed around the City of Sydney district for users of the one of … Read more