By Lauren O’Connor
Conversion of the historic Summer Hill Flour Mill into residential and commercial buildings was scheduled to begin in December but critics of … Read more
By Chris Sutton
Changes to school catchment areas in Leichhardt may force siblings to attend different schools as the inner west faces a baby boom.… Read more
By Chris Sutton
The cancellation of a government proposal to force the unemployed to apply for 40 jobs per month is set to relieve pressure … Read more
By Jessica Yun
House owners cannot be certain if the NSW Government will acquire their property until the final WestConnex development plans are released in … Read more
A national rental affordablity report has found that less than one per cent of properties are affordable for people living on minimum wage in inner … Read more
Leichhardt Council will lobby NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli for a new primary school in the area, arguing the state government has grossly underestimated the … Read more
By Myles Stedman
Hidden in the urban jungle of Sydney’s inner west are the creative spaces where art begins its long journey from concept to … Read more
Efforts to reboot the ailing small business sector will intensify this month with a number of initiatives to assist innovation and growth.
A “Better Business … Read more
The frequency and brutality of violent, drunken brawls on Sydney streets has led some to speculate that steroid usage might be fuelling this aggression.
The … Read more
Testing will soon begin on the inner west light rail extension, Transport for NSW has informed residents.
The tests are scheduled to take place between … Read more