Happy senior couple sitting in a cafe and using computer together.

Many ways to celebrate our city’s senior residents

Monday, February 27th, 2017 | Community, Culture, Events

Older people can enjoy everything from free music performances and cooking workshops to comedy debates and zumba as part of next month’s Seniors Festival. The southern hemisphere’s largest celebration for elderly people will feature a range of free events and … Continued

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Good Neighbourhood BBQ, Tote Park, Zetland. 30th March 2016.

City parks set for sizzles

Monday, February 27th, 2017 | Community, Events, Green spaces

The City of Sydney’s popular Good Neighbourhood BBQs will return to nine City parks throughout March and April. A joint initiative of the City of Sydney and NSW Police, the Good Neighbourhood BBQs are part of the City’s efforts to … Continued

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Say YES to love for everyone

Friday, February 24th, 2017 | Culture, Events

The City of Sydney will show its support for creating equality at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade with a “Say Yes To Love” parade entry. Created by designer Genevieve Blanchett, the entry features a giant inflatable map … Continued

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Embracing digital change to capture Asian markets

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 | Business

Alibaba Group, the world’s largest retailer, has urged Sydney businesses to embrace new technologies and capitalise on the city’s world-class reputation to drive international e-commerce growth. Speaking today at the City of Sydney’s Future Asia Business Summit, Managing Director of … Continued

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Eric Hung (centre) from Paddington is the 1 Millionth customer at Prince Alfred Mark Pool in Surry Hills, David Riordan (city of Sydney operations director) (right) and James Ellender (NSW state manger for Belgravier the company that manages the pool) (left).
Photo by Damian Shaw / City of Sydney

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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City Thought Leaders Joseph Valore and Sarah Doyle

Dishing out expert business advice

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 | Business

Aspiring restaurateurs looking to move into Sydney’s competitive dining scene are being advised they need to be well prepped as they won’t get a second chance to make a good first impression. Joseph Valore and Sarah Doyle, co-owners of popular … Continued

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