Community advocate leaves lasting legacy

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 | Sustainability

A tireless community advocate, civil servant and much-loved Glebe resident, Robyn Kemmis’ contribution to the City of Sydney will be commemorated with a park named in her honour. The pocket park on Franklyn Street, Glebe will be known as Robyn … Continued

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Speakers at the International Student Forum

Keeping our international students in top form

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 | Community

Senior researchers and healthcare professionals today shared their expert advice on how to best promote wellbeing and talk about sexual health matters with Sydney’s 40,000-plus international students. The International Education Provider Forum brought together more than 120 representatives from universities, … Continued

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Ethics commitment drives business success

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 | Business, Other

A Sydney business that built its name on “playing with a straight bat” has taken top honours in the Excellence in Business Ethics category at the 2016 Sydney City Regional Business awards. The Excellence in Business Ethics category of the … Continued

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Prince Alfred Pool

Get into the Sydney swim for free

Monday, October 17th, 2016 | Community

  Sydneysiders are invited to try some of the city’s most stunning pools for free and go in the running to win four tickets to the 2016 New Year’s Eve viewing area at Dawes Point. The City’s free aquatic centre … Continued

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Let’s talk about building a stronger Sydney

Thursday, October 13th, 2016 | Sustainability

The man tasked with making the world’s cities more resilient will share his insights with Sydneysiders next month. Michael Berkowitz, President of 100 Resilient Cities, will talk about how Sydney can deal with disruptive shocks and stresses at a CityTalks … Continued

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