Roger’s Shoe Repairs in Redfern has been saving soles for over 60 years. “Go to Roger’s!” one repeat customer urges. “He can fix just about anything – soles, toes, heels, straps, elastic gussets – fixing a favourite pair of shoes is so much better than buying new ones.”
Redfern-based filmmaker Renée Brack's new feature documentary Ticketyboo explores dementia from a very personal perspective: her father died from Alzheimer’s disease. The film received a standing ovation at July 30 premiere at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival.
Mickey’s Wholesale Fruit & Veg in Redfern, is a healthy eating hub and supplier of fresh produce to dozens of local cafés and restaurants – from Redfern to Bondi, Marrickville and Circular Quay. Hard-working owner Michael Cuomo took time to answer a few questions.
When I go for a walk around my neighbourhood in the south part of Waterloo public housing estate, I see blue sky and green trees and grass and bushes. If plans for towering density come to pass, the streets will be too windy for old folk to stroll around, and sunlight will be rare.
On June 14, 107 Projects was buzzing with members of Young Labor who had, with a couple of local branches of the Party, organised a lecture in honour of Trevor Davies’ contribution to the Australian Labor Party. The lecture will be an annual event