Balmain businesses welcome Cruise Terminal

Leichhardt Council’s rearguard action against the Cruise Passenger Terminal at White Bay is one policy which is by no means universally popular amongst local businesses. … Read more

Ashton seeks success with second novel

Local inner west author, Wayne Ashton, is not a man short of things to do. Quite aside from producing another highly-anticipated novel, Equator, after … Read more

Council supports call for inquiry into Barangaroo

Even as the bulldozers moved into Barangaroo to begin demolition of the Cruise Passenger Terminal, Leichhardt councillors continued to lambast the decision to shift its … Read more

Ferry cuts spike ire at Council

Independent Leichhardt councillor John Stamolis has spoken out against proposed changes to ferry services to the Balmain peninsula, arguing a number of the changes represent … Read more

Shedding light on the big picture

“I’m an artist’s artist. I’m not a household name who appeals to people who buy for investment – people who buy my work literally fall … Read more

Sirens sound off

With the election campaign now well and truly underway and a close contest expected, there is renewed focus on party fundraisers – which means plenty … Read more

Hickey seeks political refugee status for Tanya

Greens candidate, Tony Hickey, says his upcoming campaign for the seat of Sydney will focus on a number of issues he feels have been neglected … Read more

Every dog has his victory

It’s a time-worn truism that the way to a judge’s heart is to offer them something irresistible – and it is equally true there is … Read more

Sung set for Swedish sojourn

Picking up an instrument as a child is by no means an uncommon pursuit – but turning it into a career? That’s an altogether rarer … Read more

Next step for Callan Park Masterplan

The second of the Community Master Planning Workshops for Callan Park will be held in the Callan Park Recreation Hall (building B504, bottom of Wharf … Read more