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Peace prize for commitment to women’s rights

The 2023 Sydney Peace Prize was awarded to Nazanin Boniadi at a ceremony at Sydney Town Hall on November 2.

Lord Mayor Clover Moore presented the award to Ms Boniadi, an Iranian-born human rights activist and actress, in recognition of her commitment to advancing women’s rights in Iran.

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Native Foodways – ‘Baking is one part of what we do’

Native Foodways is a First Nations owned and led social enterprise partnering with people from communities across Australia.

Can the Waterloo South People and Place Plan deliver?

Homes NSW Portfolio (formerly LAHC) has placed its Draft People and Place Plan on its Waterloo South site for comment until the end of May.

Why we love our pets

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Run with Team UNHCR

Registration is now open for major running events in Sydney and Melbourne. Join Team UNHCR ...

Connected people are healthy people

Our hearts are heavy as we continue to mourn the tragic events that unfolded last month at Westfield, Bondi Junction, and across our city. The senseless loss of lives in such a familiar setting strikes deep at our sense of security.