Newtown Town Hall, Sydney - 4th January 2017.

10,000 calls to keep Sydney open after dark

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 | Culture

More than 10,000 people have given their opinion on the future of Sydney’s nightlife. Sydneysiders want to see more shops, restaurants, cafes, small bars and live music venues staying open after dark, both in established late-night precincts and in their … Continued

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Woolloomooloo Community Mural event, Woolloomooloo Tennis and Basketball Courts. Corner of Sydney Place and Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo. ,16th July 2018.
Photo by Damian Shaw

Local community creates dynamic new street art

Monday, June 18th, 2018 | Community

Woolloomooloo residents have painted a colourful new mural that represents the tight knit community’s dynamic culture and unique identity. Woolloomoolife, displayed on the wall of the Woolloomooloo tennis court, was officially unveiled at a community event on Saturday 16 June. … Continued

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The Domain, Sydney - 14th June 2018. Artist Shannon Foster with
her creative for the City of Sydney's NAIDOC week. (Model release: ER20180614-NAIDOC Artwork-00523.jpg)

New artwork to celebrate Gadigal Country

Monday, June 18th, 2018 | Community, Culture, Events

A stunning new artwork by celebrated local Aboriginal artist Shannon Foster will be displayed across street banners and signs during NAIDOC Week and throughout the year to celebrate the world’s longest living culture. Naba Gumal, (‘Family and Friends’) features stencilled … Continued

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2017 LSL finalist age 8-11 category_Kuzey Aren Kesim_Scaled down

Little lives as seen through the lens

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 | Culture, Events

Young Sydney photographers aged between three and 11 years are invited to submit images for the City of Sydney’s annual Little Sydney Lives photography competition and exhibition. Budding photographers are encouraged to capture images of what life in Sydney means … Continued

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Axel the croc with Alex Dewey & Marissa Beck (both from San Francisco, USA) inside the Cage of Death at Crocosaurus Cove tourist attraction, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia - Photograph by David Dare Parker

Everyday Australian Life caught on camera

Monday, June 4th, 2018 | Culture, Events

Professional and amateur photographers are invited to capture their most magical, inspiring or everyday experiences for one of the country’s biggest photography competitions. The Australian Life photography competition and exhibition organised by the City of Sydney tells everyday stories of … Continued

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E-waste drop off returns to Sydney Park

Thursday, May 31st, 2018 | Sustainability

Residents can drop off their old TVs, computers and devices at the City of Sydney’s e-waste drop off at Sydney Park this weekend. The City’s quarterly e-waste drop offs are growing in popularity, with more residents choosing to dispose of … Continued

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