INNER WEST INDEPENDENT

Take the first step at Footprints

We’re constantly being reminded of the merits of ‘living green’, but often the sheer scale of the task of ‘saving the planet’ seems overwhelming. Leichhardt … Read more

Ticket to Ryde

It’s being billed as Suburb versus Suburb – The Ultimate Musical Showdown. The organisers welcome massed tuba bands and the rules specify that the words … Read more

Government releases light rail study

The NSW Government has released its Light Rail Inner-West Extension study and is now seeking public comment. The light rail line will provide a 5.6-kilometre … Read more

Squatters collective calls for rent strike

A group of squatters who were evicted earlier this month from an unused building owned by Marrickville Council are calling for a rent strike, in … Read more

Putting community back into politics

The inner west is famed for its array of vocal minorities, who have come together over a range of issues from development, to consultation and … Read more

‘Sense of place’ the key for Williams

It’s said you can’t go home again – but no-one said anything about not treating it as the subject for an exhibition. Inner west artist … Read more

Lashings of fun

Debauchery, sex, art and hedonism… and that’s just for starters. Gretel Pinniger – dominatrix, fetishist, artist, and courtesan to the rich and famous – has … Read more

Pressure builds for release of Metro documents

The NSW Government continues to withhold the release of documents on the failed CBD Metro project, amidst further calls for them to be made public.… Read more

New arrest over Leichhardt murder

A 20-year-old Croydon man is the second person to be charged with the murder of Malaysian Consulate worker Mohd Shah Saemin in February this year.… Read more

New traffic study for Victoria Road

Leichhardt councillors have requested a traffic study to assess the viability of the proposed Rozelle Village development, on the site of the Balmain Leagues Club.… Read more