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 ◉ Artists called to be Village heroes
$3000 is up for grabs in the City of Sydneys 3rd annual Sydney, City of Villages Art Exhibition and Prize which is now open for entries. Ten of the competition finalists will be displayed throughout the City ..

 ◉ City and Community Design Bourke Street Cycleway
Local communities from Woolloomooloo to Waterloo are helping the City of Sydney get the designs right for the 4.3 kilometre Bourke Street Cycleway. City of Sydney CEO Monica Barone said that the City of Sydn ..

◉ City backs $8M injection for City East community facilities
City backs $8M injection for City East community facilities
Sydney
An upgrade of Kings Cross library for more space, additional child care places, a Community performance space inside the Burton Street Tabernacle and an upgrade of the Mary McDonald Centre will also begin by 20

City backs $8M injection for City East community facilities
◉ City of Sydney to upgrade Ward Park playground
City of Sydney to upgrade Ward Park playground
Sydney
The City of Sydney Council is set to endorse concept plans for the upgrade of the adventure playground in Ward Park, Surry Hills. Lord Mayor, Clover Moore MP said that the concept plans were drafted with the

City of Sydney to upgrade Ward Park playground
 ◉ Coke bottle vision solved by young Sydney astronomer
Astronomers will have a much clearer picture of distant galaxies thanks to a cutting edge technology which was developed by a talented young astronomer at the University of Sydney. Brendon Brewer was a 22-ye ..

◉ Del Kathryn Barton wins Archibald
Del Kathryn Barton wins Archibald
Sydney
Sydney artist Del Kathryn Barton has taken the honour of being this years Archibald winner. Her winning entry - a self-portrait also featuring her two children, Kell and Arella - is entitled You Are What Is

Del Kathryn Barton wins Archibald
 ◉ Free bus for Sydney CBD
A new free off-peak bus service through Sydneys CBD will begin at lunchtime today, Premier Nathan Rees announced this morning. A bright green bus, with the number 555, will run between Circular Quay and Cent ..

 ◉ Ghost bats move into Wildlife World for Halloween
A colony of ghost bats, born at Featherdale Wildlife Park near Blacktown, has moved into Sydney Wildlife World at Darling Harbour for Halloween. The careers for the four one-year-old bats were worried that t ..

◉ Historic trams back on track
Historic trams back on track
Sydney
Sydney Media Press Release - 18 August 2010 Historic trams back on track Vintage trams deteriorating at the former Rozelle Tram depot could make a return to Sydneys tracks as the City invest

Historic trams back on track
 ◉ Irresponsible dog owners on notice as Rangers go undercover
City of Sydney Rangers are going undercover in mid July to catch irresponsible dog owners who fail to pick up after their dogs in popular dog-walking parks across the City Centre and inner city suburbs. City ..

◉ Libraries offer permanent free Wi-Fi
Libraries offer permanent free Wi-Fi
Sydney
Free wi-fi internet will be available across 10 City of Sydney libraries after nearly 1,000 people took advantage of the program during a successful five-week trial, Lord Mayor Clover Moore MP announced today.

Libraries offer permanent free Wi-Fi
 ◉ Mobile Television hits Sydney
The first trial of broadcast mobile television, in which participants receive digital signals on commercially available mobile phones, has been launched in Sydney. Nine channels including Seven Digital, ABC1 ..

 ◉ New Playground for Victoria Park
The City of Sydney will build a magnificent new playground in Victoria Park on City Road (next to Sydney University) in Camperdown. Lord Mayor Clover Moore MP said the local community helped design the new p ..

 ◉ No standing parking rule to end in NSW
It is the end of the road for the no standing parking rule in NSW. The regulation will be abolished from December 1 bringing the state into line with national parking rules. An RTA spokesman said more tha ..

◉ NSW Illawarra resident crowned Miss World Australia
NSW Illawarra resident crowned Miss World Australia
Sydney
20-year-old University of Wollongong student Katie Richardson has been crowned Miss World Australia. The Illawarra NSW resident was crowned at Sydneys Star casino Wednesday night and will now represent Austr

NSW Illawarra resident crowned Miss World Australia
 ◉ NSW towns suffering from a man drought
A pub with no beer is one thing but some NSW women are facing a crisis which is arguably worse - a town with no single men. According to the 2006 census the tiny village of Coutts Crossing near Grafton is on ..

 ◉ Obama supporters celebrate in Sydney
Jubilation has turned into an outright victory celebration at a large gathering of US Democrat supporters in central Sydney. For more than 200 Barack Obama fans who assembled at a Sydney hotel, many of them ..

 ◉ Paris Hilton & Benji Madden in Sydney for NYE
Paris Hilton is about to add more fireworks to Sydneys New Years Eve celebrations when she hits town later this year. The celebrity it girl and the beau she souvenired from Aussie starlet Sophie Monk have co ..

 ◉ RocknRoll Walk of Fame and Shame
Rocknroll fans can now download a free podcast to relive and explore the musical history of one of Sydneys most famous strips - Oxford Street. "Produced by the City of Sydney, the RocknRoll Walk of Fame and ..

◉ Strip on the Strip wins award
Strip on the Strip wins award
Darlinghurst Rd Kings Cross
An art and history project of more than one hundred brass plaques telling the stories of Kings Cross was Highly Commended at the National Trust Heritage Awards on Monday. Called The Strip on the Strip, most

Strip on the Strip wins award
Darlinghurst Rd
 ◉ Subtle beauty wins Sydney art prize
Fiona Greenhill has won the $3000 First Prize in the 2008 Sydney, City of Villages Art Exhibition and Prize for her work Distant Lights, Balmain, Darling Street. Judges selected ten finalists from a record 1 ..

◉ Swapping is the new shopping
Swapping is the new shopping
Martin Pl Sydney
The City of Sydney and Planet Ark will host Sydneys biggest Swap Party Monday 10 November at 12.30 pm in Martin Place, Sydney CBD. Everyone is invited to search through their belongings for up to three easy-

02 9265 9333Swapping is the new shopping
Martin Pl
◉ Sydney researchers discover new motor neurone gene
Sydney researchers discover new motor neurone gene
Sydney
Researchers at the ANZAC Research Institute in Sydney have uncovered a genetic mutation that triggers motor neurone disease (MND), the fatal nerve-wasting condition. Autopsies on people with MND found high l

Sydney researchers discover new motor neurone gene
 ◉ Sydney to get new free TV channel
Australias first free-to-air digital television channel not created by a commercial or public TV network will launch in Sydney today. More than seven years after free-to-air digital TV started in Australia, ..

◉ Sydney Uni musicians score top billing at Beijing
Sydney Uni musicians score top billing at Beijing
Sydney
A team of musicians from the Universitys Conservatorium of Music has won a coveted spot at Beijings Cultural Olympiad, a two-week series of concerts before the Olympic Games in August. The Sydney Conservator

Sydney Uni musicians score top billing at Beijing
 ◉ Sydney will get 300 extra buses: govt
The NSW governments promise to deliver 300 extra buses from next year is on track following assurances from manufacturers, Transport Minister David Campbell says. The states only bus manufacturer, Custom Coa ..

◉ The Milky Way twice the size we thought it was
The Milky Way twice the size we thought it was
Sydney
It took just a couple of hours using data available on the internet for University of Sydney scientists to discover that the Milky Way is twice as wide as previously thought. Astrophysicist Professor Bryan G

The Milky Way twice the size we thought it was
◉ Victoria Park Gates Restored and Reopened
Victoria Park Gates Restored and Reopened
Sydney
The return of the historic Victoria Park Gates from the University grounds to their original position on City Road near the corner of City and Parramatta Roads. The City of Sydney and the University of Sydne

Victoria Park Gates Restored and Reopened
◉ Wreckage of HMAS Sydney located: Rudd
Wreckage of HMAS Sydney located: Rudd
Sydney
The wreckage of HMAS Sydney, sunk off the West Australian coast during World War II, has been found, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has announced. Mr Rudd said that the wreckage, sunk by the German raider Kormora

Wreckage of HMAS Sydney located: Rudd