To celebrate the longest night of the year, the heritage Locomotive Street in South Eveleigh will be transformed into a festival of free and ticketed events for all ages, fusing performance, food and drink, art installations and music.
It is 10 years since our beloved founding editor Trevor Davies died and we remember him with love and affection. We're also grateful for all who have helped the paper to continue to thrive since then, including our brilliant cartoonist norrie mAy-welby who is having an exhibition in June.
A Pocket Guide to Relationships, Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control aims to help people understand how you can still be in an unhealthy or abusive relationship even where there is no physical violence. And it can be downloaded FREE in several languages.
NRMA Insurance and Lifeline have partnered with Australian music icon Julia Stone to highlight the continued need for mental health support for people affected by the devastating fires throughout the 2019-2020 season.
In the lead up to Easter, Be Slavery Free is asking people to offset the human cost of their chocolate by donating the difference between current store prices for chocolate and a living income price for cocoa farmers. Here's why ...
Over 100 local faith communities across Australia from diverse traditions will hold events on March 11 as part of a major global multi faith Day of Action to “sound the alarm” for the climate. The story outlines how to get involved ...
ALEXANDRIA: Children from Camp Australia’s before- and after-school care service at Alexandria Park Community School (APCS) have posted 1.2kg of bread tags to an organisation in South Australia and are continuing to collect tags at a fast rate.
Leading First Nations artists, Tony Albert, Blak Douglas, Thea Perkins and Nicole Monks worked with Bourke St Public School (BSPS), parents, and Elder Uncle Jimmy Smith, to create new Aboriginal school house names and symbols unveiled during NAIDOC week in November.
Don't miss our virtual variety concert, trivia comp with prizes, online auction, great artists and MC. Raise funds to support your independent local newspaper. See you there on Friday December 11 at 7 pm. Spend the evening with Julie McCrossin AM, Tim Gray (Green Hand Band) Claire Patti-Chehade, Mel Quinn, Julia Jacklin, and others, including South Sydney Herald contributors and supporters. It will be a great night.
Calling on local artists, old and young – drawers, writers, sculptors, bush lovers ... Which bush animals do you most love and care about? Who do you hope will have a safe and happy summer in our Australian bush?