Monday, August 8, 2022
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Grab your pens and enter Blak & Blu

Blak Douglas, Archibald Winner 2022, is sponsoring the second Blak & Blu annual pen on paper art prize – with entries closing on August...

Building trust and respect

The Rev. Dr Matt Wilcoxen has been rector at St John’s Anglican Church for a year now and he says, “What’s most important is loving the people, building trust and respect”.

Indigenous science experience at Redfern – celebrating Indigenous and Western science

The Indigenous Science Experience at Redfern Community Centre is on Saturday, August 20. This free, community open event is a celebration of Indigenous and Western science and highlights the relevance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to our everyday lives.

Reimagined Garden Social celebrates First Nations artists and cultures

The Garden Social returns reimagined for an extended weekend celebration of First Nations artists and cultures in The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney from August...

Sydney rocketry students announced as world champions

The University of Sydney Rocketry Team was recently announced as the overall winner of the Spaceport America Cup intercollegiate rocketry competition, held annually in New Mexico.

No bridge for accepting North Eveleigh proposal

A planning proposal for the rezoning of the Paint Shop precinct between Carriageworks and Redfern station is on exhibition until August 25. It was...

Waterloo Estate will be developed

Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) has started the recruitment process for a consortium to redevelop Waterloo Estate starting with Waterloo South. The consortium will...

Dedicated to the care of cats

Dr Michaela Avery opened the Inner West Cat Hospital in Newtown in September 2021 – a labour of love that’s been well worth it.
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Get walking with your four-legged friend this PAWGUST

As more of us return to working at the office, a new survey by Guide Dogs Australia reveals that three in five dog owners have worried...

Critical support for communities of Tonga

Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai’s volcanic eruption sent atmospheric shock waves, sonic booms, and tsunami waves around the world. It was the communities of Tonga, at least 84,000 affected people, who bore the brunt of the impact.

A model of prayer and life

There are three versions of the “Lord’s Prayer” in the New Testament and early Christian tradition. The shortest version comes from Luke’s gospel. An...

Grab your pens and enter Blak & Blu

Blak Douglas, Archibald Winner 2022, is sponsoring the second Blak & Blu annual pen on paper art prize – with entries closing on August...

Chippendale cellist wins major instrumental scholarship

Chippendale cellist, Heesoo Kim, has taken out the top prize against four young talented instrumentalists for the 2022 Sydney Eisteddfod NSW Doctors Orchestra Instrumental...

‘Making music with my brothers’

Willy J, Olz and the Chaza are three rappers making fresh new music with power and personality – multi-layered and percussive. The SSH was...

Le tour magnifique

The men’s Tour de France recently reached its destination, Paris, and the 2022 edition concluded with a new champion. Jonas Vingegaard overcame the scare of...

Franklin in talks to renew Swans contract

Sydney star Lance Franklin is in talks regarding a new one-year contract at the Swans that will ensure his AFL career continues in 2023....

Pop star makes Commonwealth Games team

Internationally known pop singer Cody Simpson has continued his remarkable transformation to elite swimmer by qualifying for the Commonwealth Games this year. Simpson recently...