Police continue to investigate Leichhardt rape

It is not too late for anyone who has information about the rape of a teenager in Leichhardt to come forward, police say. Detectives from … Read more

Drama abounds, but Cultural Centre avoids a tragic outcome

It’s been over two decades in the making, but at long last, Leichhardt’s Cultural Centre, located in the Italian Forum off Norton Street, is open … Read more

Glebe hits the big One-Five-Oh!

Glebe officially turns 150 on August 1 – and to celebrate, the famously arts-oriented suburb will be hosting an array of ‘Sesqui Shows’ throughout August. … Read more

Green light for tram extensions?

Two more councils have endorsed the push for light rail extensions into the inner west, amid growing indications that the Rees Government will join local … Read more

Hearing loss for Rozelle residents may not be temporary

The trucks may have rolled in and set up the construction compound during the height of winter, but the anger of residents around King George … Read more

Rozelle’s Rampant Development Woes

Chadi and Adele Tahan have been fighting to save their business. Their pharmacy, on the corner of Victoria Road and Darling Street, has been extensively … Read more

Parker slams Tigers leaflet

Leichhardt Council has moved to repudiate claims in an anonymous leaflet that its actions were “sending Tigers broke”. The leaflet was distributed at the game … Read more

Welcome to the Independent

Welcome to the premier edition of The Inner West Independent, your new community newspaper. Leichhardt has a long and proud tradition of intellectual independence. … Read more

Verity gets her hands dirty

Mid-morning customers at Mano Espresso in Glebe were in for something of a surprise last Friday, when they found their cappuccinos being delivered by Balmain … Read more


Launching this Thursday, July 30, 2009, the first issue of the INNER WEST INDEPENDENT. … Read more