Councillor Angela Vithoulkas has announced she will run against incumbent Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore, revealing a bold seven-point plan to “reimagine” council operations.
A $1 million reward has been offered to help solve the ‘gay hate murder’ of Sydney man Raymond Keam in 1987 – but calls continue for NSW Police to apologise for ignoring brutal gay hate crimes.
Pyrmont residents have expressed dismay over the planned redevelopment of the Harbourside Shopping Centre – the latest in a string of Darling Harbour ‘re-developments’.
10,000 people attended the Women’s March 4 Justice in Sydney today – one of more than 40 such events attended by 100,000 people around Australia.
Animal Liberation’s first CEO, Lynda Stoner, announces the organisation’s upcoming celebrations to mark its 45 year history, and shares her personal story of animal rights activism.
Sydney will get hundreds of extra train services each week under a $1 billion NSW Government plan.
Facebook will restore news content on the social media app for Australians “within days”, the tech giant and the federal government have confirmed.
Another year has passed since the horrific death of Aboriginal teenager TJ Hickey, with no sign of the NSW Government ordering a thorough investigation.
The largest pool complex built in Sydney since the 2000 Olympics has opened in Green Square.
Icon Constructions has won the contact to redevelop the heritage-listed North Sydney Pool, generating controversy over the company’s links to the Opal Tower debacle.
Freshwater Class ferry advocate Geoffrey R Usher responds to NSW Government plans to keep just one of the iconic ferries on for “weekend work”.
Gary Nunn reveals the inside story of the battle to save the Green Park, including previously secret machinations, and the united push from across the political spectrum to save the venue.
It’s been a tough year – but 2020 also had its positive aspects, Richie Black helpfully reminds us.
Eliza Spencer explores the controversial transformation of the Sirius building from public housing complex to boutique apartment building for the wealthy.
The poor, working class, elderly and sick are being pushed out of Glebe by neoliberal policies of gentrification by stealth, writes Dr Hannah Middleton.