Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Victoria Pearson

12 POSTS

RedLink promises better service and security

The RedLink Integrated Services Hub is a new security and concierge service for residents at the McKell building in Redfern.

Civil works underway at Cowper Street

GLEBE: Minister for Social Housing, Brad Hazzard, has announced the Cowper Street site of the Glebe Affordable Housing Project site will be divided into both private and social dwellings, with construction set to begin early 2016.

Tenancy management inquiry

An inquiry into the current tenancy management arrangements for those in social housing has been announced.

‘Crazy’ film aims to educate and entertain

Aim High in Creation, a film by Sydney-based Anna Broinowski (Forbidden Lie$) premiered in Sydney in June at the Chauvel Theatre in Paddington.

Powerless in their own homes

WATERLOO: A series of power outages has affected residents at the Turanga building, with two tenants taken to hospital as a direct result.

Debating policy on inner-city parking

Inner-city residents are divided on the issue of the City of Sydney’s Neighbourhood Parking Policy redraft after a Planning and Committee Meeting was held on May 6. The meeting, held at Town Hall, allowed residents to express concerns or support for the proposed redraft of the policy.

World Congress for Inclusion International – FRANS

Three candidates representing disability support organisation FRANS (Croydon) will be travelling to Nairobi, Kenya, to participate in the 16th World Congress for Inclusion International.

Development corridor a dividing wall

EVELEIGH: Images of the proposed Central to Eveleigh urban renewal have been broadcast on Channel Nine, concerning residents and protection groups in the area.

Community preselection for Newtown – Labor contenders

Three ALP candidates have been announced to contest preselection for the newly rezoned state seat of Newtown. Penny Sharpe (MLC), Sean Macken and Natalie Gould will be campaigning for the position of the ALP representative when voting begins on March 10, 2014.

A film about heroes

Two thousand people attended the premiere of London-based documentary filmmaker John Pilger’s latest project, Utopia, at the Block in Redfern on January 17.

Cat’s eye view of the village

ERSKINEVILLE: The secret lives of cats are being exposed as part of an art installation project for the Tiny Stadiums Festival.

Student housing in Abercrombie Street

DARLINGTON: Residents have expressed their opposition to the proposed University of Sydney student accommodation to be built on Abercrombie Street. The accommodation, part of the University’s Abercrombie Precinct Development, will provide studio apartment rooms for 200 students.