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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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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New sport stadium for Perry Park

New sport stadium for Perry Park

Tuesday, November 29th, 2016 | Green spaces

The City of Sydney is building a new sports stadium in Alexandria to give local netball, basketball and futsal teams another great facility for competition and practice. The four new multi-purpose courts will be built alongside the existing basketball stadium … Continued

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More open space and recreation for Sydneysiders

More open space and recreation for Sydneysiders

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016 | Green spaces, Sustainability

The City of Sydney’s $400 million plan to increase open space for a growing population was formally adopted by Council on Monday following widespread support from Sydneysiders, workers and visitors. The City received more than 110 responses to the open … Continued

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Community advocate leaves lasting legacy

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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