Metro numbers don’t add up

The CBD Metro will be operating at just one-sixth capacity during peak times six years after its scheduled opening, according to figures contained in the … Read more

Dogs’ Day Out

Every man and his dog will be at Hawthorne Canal Park in Leichhardt on Sunday, October 4, for the annual Dogs’ Day Out, a popular … Read more

At age 21, Italian Cultural Centre opens for business

Success, so they say, is born of many fathers, but failure is an orphan. The tale of the Italian Forum Cultural Centre in Norton Street, … Read more

Meeting of minds for local activists

It may have started out small, but the organisers of last Sunday’s meeting of key action groups across the Leichhardt LGA hope it will eventually … Read more

All power is local

Councillor Daniel Kogoy’s bright idea that Leichhardt Council build – or sponsor – a windmill to generate its electricity, got me thinking of the Councillor … Read more

Vote on student amenities defeated

Vital student services at universities may be axed after the Senate rejected a Federal Government plan to reintroduce compulsory annual fees, say student and university … Read more

Metro rally attracts attention

We weren’t totally sold on the relevance, but then again, we weren’t really fussed – Latin dancers create a stir at the Rozelle Metro rally … Read more

Single parents shack up to save

The next time you advertise a room for rent, you may find yourself sharing quarters with a mum or a dad and a couple of … Read more

One foot nailed to the platform

‘Light Rail Extension To Be Investigated’, screamed the headline of a recent media release from the office of NSW Transport Minister, David Campbell. Supporters of … Read more

Glebe key to Indigenous employment campaign

From its office on the corner of Parramatta and Glebe Point roads, the Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) is using Glebe as the hub of its … Read more