Round the clock battle

Lilyfield husband-and-wife team, James and Melissa Nott, are amongst the hundreds of people taking part in the Sydney 24 Hour Mega Swim, taking place at … Read more

Local premiere for Refugee Week

Screening as part of Refugee Week, Leichhardt is the venue for the Australian premiere of the award-winning ‘Welcome to Hebron’, by filmmaker Terje Carlsson. The … Read more

Inner west students take up the HIV fight

With South Africa at the forefront of the world’s attention over the next fortnight, the spotlights are focused on presenting the country’s best angle. But … Read more

West 53rd hits inner west

Inner west venue Notes Newtown is set to reverberate to the sounds of Ian ‘Mossy’ Moss in July, with the former Cold Chisel rocker playing … Read more

Spring into spring with Springboards

Springboards Performing Arts in Annandale is currently inviting auditions for the spring semester of ‘Springboards’, a two-day-a-week intensive theatre and music theatre training course, commencing … Read more

White Bay fighting

Leichhardt Council is investigating avenues of opposition to the state government’s plans for Barangaroo, having passed a motion at its April meeting to approach City … Read more

Ruff stuff – Will Café Bones receive a new leash on life?

A Leichhardt icon it may be – but Café Bones is still small enough to pass below the State Government’s political radar, with a new … Read more

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