Marrickville indie band The Lurkers are going global, set to play gigs at the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
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Leichhardt Greens Councillor Alan Cinis has defended his membership to the NSW branch of the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia, after questions were raised regarding … Read more
Summer Hill Community Centre was packed out last Thursday evening, as area residents gathered to hear about progress on the grassroots campaign to oppose the … Read more
It’s not in every classroom that students listen to the voice of late New York rap artist, Notorious BIG. But this isn’t every classroom. At … Read more
Birchgrove’s Ballast Point Park will remain open to the public on New Year’s Eve, after Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) denied plans to restrict numbers … Read more
Acclaimed Australian author Michael Wilding will launch his new novel, Superfluous Men, at Balmain Library on December 15. Set in a writers’ centre, it … Read more
Camperdown residents rallied last Wednesday against State Government plans to demolish four housing commission terraces in preparation for a new housing project.
The protest came … Read more
Following numerous rounds of heats which began on September 20, the final four teams for the 2009 Cranston Cup were announced last Sunday.
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For some, at least, the global financial crisis has a silver lining. In its attempts to keep the economy stimulated, the Federal Government is supporting … Read more
He was a councillor, a mayor, a unionist, an activist and an historian. Now, local legend Issy Wyner is being honoured with the reopening of … Read more