BY ANDREW WOODHOUSE
This week, the City of Sydney Council unanimously heritage-listed three individual major sites in Kings Cross.
The three sites are Kingsley Hall, … Read more
BY LAWRENCE GIBBONS
The City of Sydney has purchased the heritage listed Customs House at Circular Quay from the Australian federal government, ensuring the popular … Read more
BY WENDY BACON
Last week, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian told the Sydney Morning Herald that her government had taken the politics out of building things.… Read more
By Allison Hore
A report detailing findings from the Public Accountability Committee’s inquiry into the Light Rail project’s impact was released last week, revealing the … Read more
by Allison Hore
Despite being in the works for over two decades, Sydney’s proposed Town Hall Square is still in limbo, with a spokesperson for … Read more
By John Moyle
Woolloomooloo is one of Sydney’s oldest suburbs. Subdivided in the 1840, the area’s first land grant occurred in 1793.
Nicknamed the ‘Loo, … Read more
By Vanessa Lim
A long-needed upgrade of the Circular Quay ferry wharves has created an opportunity to completely reimagine the iconic gateway into Sydney.
Alongside … Read more
By Rita Bratovich
The Sydney Architecture Festival returns for its twelfth year with a program of events that will appeal to professionals, amateurs and the … Read more
Sydney is a city obsessed with views – harbour views, beach views, skyline views and district views. Anybody would think we spend most of our … Read more
With Coffin Ed.
The US based Urban Dictionary lists “Big-Noter” as an original piece of Australian slang, describing a boastful or big headed person. Perhaps … Read more