INNER WEST INDEPENDENT

To the victor the spoils

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

Issy Wyner Reserve set to re-open

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

Cooling-off period

The mercury might have been soaring across the state last Sunday, but Lilyfield provided the perfect antidote – the official reopening of Leichhardt Park Aquatic … Read more

Mental issues head priority list for Newtown

Twenty per cent of the population will experience a mental illness at some point in their lives. This startling statistic is at the heart of … Read more

Bilingual bonus

Leichhardt’s Italian Bilingual School, located in the Casa d’Italia, is amongst the latest to receive largesse from the Federal Government, with Federal Member for Grayndler … Read more

Letters

Hypocracy Many Marrickville residents will have received an email or letter from local MP Carmel Tebbutt offering them the opportunity to participate in her ‘excellent’ … Read more

Halloween hits seventeen

Remember Halloween parties? The organisers of the Nicholson Street Halloween Festival certainly intend you do. As a prelude to an evening of trick-or-treating, held in … Read more

Coming up in November

October 24: Food for the Future Fair in Kensington Street, Chippendale, from 10am on Saturday. Come along and enjoy fresh, low-cost produce in the … Read more

Conspiracy or cock-up?

When it comes to governments, said the famous American economist J. K. Galbraith, what looks like a conspiracy is usually a cock-up. It’s safe to … Read more

Victoria Road modelling ‘flawed’

Announcements of massive losses on the Lane Cove tunnel project have prompted fresh concerns about the viability of the Victoria Road upgrade, with opponents saying … Read more