By Lauren O’Connor
The Australian Technology Park (ATP) will be sold and subdivided in coming months to accommodate the State Government’s Central to Eveleigh development. … Read more
By Tang Li
The St Vincent de Paul Society, in partnership with Settlement Services International, will launch Ability Links NSW across Sydney as part … Read more
Police are using sniffer dogs to search Redfern commuters at a rate 6.5 times higher than other similar stations, but these searches are less likely … Read more
There have been renewed calls in the suburbs of Redfern and Waterloo for tenants of public housing who have a history with serious drug crimes … Read more
Walking into this unassuming space on the fringes of Redfern is like stepping into a bank or church. Sparse, with wooden furniture, brick walls and a post-apocalyptic tree branch above the counter.
“Sometimes theme bars are just half-arsed,” says Chris, as he lets me taste The Angry Pirate’s Grog: a heavily spiced blend of dark, white, and black rum.
By Jessica Rapana
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have hopped to glory, stepping on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs to get there, with a 30-6 win on Sunday.… Read more
Kyol Blakeney, an Indigenous Officer at the University of Sydney, met with Redfern Tent Embassy elders earlier this week to discuss launching an official investigation … Read more
By Lucy Rennick
On Thursday July 3, community group RedWatch met to discuss the effects of UrbanGrowth NSW’s proposals for the redevelopment of the Central … Read more
Harm minimisation, not condemnation – that is the message from the organisers of the What’s The Harm? drug and alcohol awareness week in Redfern.
Filling … Read more