By Lanie Tindale
Community groups are condemning UrbanGrowth NSW’s community consultation process on the Waterloo Metro Quarter development.
Geoffrey Turnbull from REDWatch said that … Read more
By Erika Echternach
While Anglicare’s latest rental affordability snapshot reported that less than one per cent of Sydney’s housing options were affordable for low-income residents, … Read more
by John Moyle
After many years of committed community action to save it from the clutches of successive NSW governments and their developer friends Callan … Read more
By Lanie Tindale
When guests venture through the gold gate and path leading to TARA Guest House, they are greeted at the front door by … Read more
by Erika Echternach
Free parking after 7:00pm has been instituted in Sydney’s Inner West with the hopes of reviving its businesses, but it may be … Read more
Sydney house prices have dropped by 4.1 per cent, but that doesn’t mean that housing is affordable for those on the lowest incomes.
The most … Read more
By LANIE TINDALE
Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne has been rounding share-bikes off pathways, saying that “we now have to use the stick.”
Three months … Read more
By JOHN MOYLE
In an audacious move Inner West Council mayor Darcy Byrne has threatened to send the State Government a bill for $30 million … Read more
A newly preselected Labor candidate says that the seat of Balmain has finished its “experiment of voting for a Greens MP”.
PhD candidate Elly Howse … Read more
BY LANIE TINDALE
Two local companies who have had their land acquired by the State government are seeking legal advice following the recent historic Supreme … Read more