Sydney swimmers say thanks a million

Sydney swimmers say thanks a million

Thursday, February 16th, 2017 | Community, Green spaces, Sustainability

Sweltering Sydneysiders have flocked to the City of Sydney’s award-winning pools in record numbers to escape the prolonged heatwave. More than one million customers have now passed through the turnstiles of the City’s five fitness and aquatic centres in just … Continued

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Heatwaves are Sydney’s deadliest threat

Heatwaves are Sydney’s deadliest threat

Friday, February 10th, 2017 | Sustainability

Heatwaves pose a more deadly and destabilising threat to the Sydney metropolitan area than all other potential natural or unnatural disasters, with Sydney’s Chief Resilience Officer Beck Dawson calling for a greater level of planning and preparation to combat future … Continued

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Stunning summer blooms brighten up Sydney

Stunning summer blooms brighten up Sydney

Monday, January 16th, 2017 | Green spaces, Sustainability

Workers feeling gloomy about returning to the office will be cheered up by bright summer blooms at some of the city’s most popular public spaces. The summer edition of the City of Sydney’s Living Colour display is underway, with more … Continued

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Hyde Park takes a new path

Hyde Park takes a new path

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 | Sustainability

Australia’s oldest park will soon be easier to walk around and enjoy, with the City of Sydney set to overhaul Hyde Park’s paths in January 2017. A number of longstanding paths in Hyde Park North will be removed and new … Continued

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