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Local learning leader nominated for HESTA award

PADDINGTON: Natalie Cordukes, director of Paddington Children’s Centre (Uniting), has been nominated for a HESTA award for her robust leadership on reconciliation, which has...

Women’s Reconciliation Network calls for spirited action

“The re-birthing of the Spirit spearheading women into action marks the 25th anniversary of Women’s Reconciliation Network (WRN) with a lamp that guides their...

New mural celebrates local connections

DARLINGTON: Annandale-based artist Sharon Billinge has been collaborating with Darlington and Redfern locals to create a vibrant new mural to be completed in early...

Pepper Berries ripen, café to reopen

REDFERN: In February the Purple Goanna Café on 137 Redfern Street will start over as “PepperBerries at Redfern”. Newly at the helm will be Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo, the well-known Aboriginal hospitality teacher from Yaama Dhiyaan. “We want to provide fresh and easy Indigenous food for everyone and make this place feel like home. We hope this café will be a destination for everyone,” she said.