BY ALEC SMART
When you think of countries where local council boundaries are fragmented and their administrations centralized by government decree, when populations with disparate … Read more
BY DYLAN CRISMALE
The Liberal Party appears to be placing pro-amalgamation candidates at the top of their ticket for Woollahra Council. If they are elected … Read more
BY CHRISTOPHER HARRIS
The removal of the tax-free threshold for working holiday visas in the federal budget has Bondi backpackers fired up and local businesses … Read more
By Lydia Watson-Moore
Eastern Suburbs residents have continued to express concern about the proposed CBD and South East Light Rail following the recently released … Read more
By Elliott Brennan
Randwick, Waverly, and Woollahra councils look set to merge into a mega council under the State Government’s ‘Fit for the Future’ amendments … Read more
By Tang Li
The Moore Park Stables community is fearful that their license may not be renewed at the end of the year.
Rumours … Read more
By Chris Sutton
A new advertising campaign will encourage problem gamblers in Sydney’s east to seek early help.
The state-wide campaign encourages gamblers in East … Read more
By Emily Contador-Kelsall
The Jewish Community in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs have faced a rise in anti-Semitism, according to local politicians and community members.
Last week, … Read more
Balmain Leagues Club saved from receivership
This week the Balmain Leagues Club reached an agreement with developer Rozelle Village and as a result is no … Read more
Woollahra Council, Climate Action Eastern suburbs and anti coal seam gas group Lock The Gate have organised a series of events in the Eastern suburbs … Read more