CITY NEWS

Those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer photos on show

By Tim Lake Beach culture in many places as we once knew it may be disappearing, but an extraordinary exhibition of photos detailing a whole … Read more

Specialist team targets big events

A specialist team of police will target alcohol-related crimes at events like ANZAC Day and New Years Eve. Police Minister David Campbell said a team … Read more

Heritage campaigner’s home looks assured

By Mick Roberts The future of 1840s sandstone terraces – once home to heritage activist Juanita Nielsen ‘ looks assured with City of Sydney Council … Read more

POLICE BRIEFS

With Mick Roberts Rushcutters Bay cab crash Police are investigating a crash between a car and a taxi at Rushcutters Bay on Sunday April 6 … Read more

Brass plaques on The Strip shine at Heritage Awards

A strip of more than one hundred brass plaques telling the stories of Kings Cross received a high commendation at this week’s National Trust Heritage … Read more

City unleashes its plan for dog-friendly parks

By Roje Adaimy The City of Sydney Council has this week approved its controversial plan to introduce an additional 30 leash-free parks for dogs and … Read more

Ageing population creates need for new services

A draft plan proposing new services and facilities for the elderly will soon go on public exhibit, after it was endorsed by the City of … Read more

Ageing population creates need for new services

A draft plan proposing new services and facilities for the elderly will soon go on public exhibit, after it was endorsed by the City of … Read more

Burst main could mean last drinks for Iron Duke

By Mick Roberts A major city road remains closed to traffic and a favourite Alexandria watering hole may be demolished after a water main burst … Read more

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