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The Big Issue turns 25 this week — and it’s ‘awesome’

The Big Issue will celebrate 25 years this week, marking the quarter-century milestone with a very special bumper birthday magazine edition out on Friday...

All the web’s a stage

What to do when theatres are locked down during the Covid-19 crisis? Theatre editor Catherine Skipper has got you covered.

The case for a Metro station

The University of Sydney is excited that the NSW government is considering locating a Metro station at the University.

Community transport and social support

South East Sydney Community Transport (SESCT) has funding for a one-on-one social support service for frail-aged consumers in the City and eastern suburbs.

The legacies of Tom Bass

Richard Goodwin is a world-recognised and multiple award-winning sculptor and architect. He is a specialist in art, architecture and urban design, and Professor in the School of Art, School of Design Studies at the College of Fine Arts (COFA). He recently delivered the Tom Bass Memorial Lecture.

‘Top-down’ policies in NT ‘destined for failure’

BROADWAY: On March 21, Labor was put under intense scrutiny – and not just for its infighting. National Close the Gap Day saw nearly 100 protesters voice their frustration over Labor’s continuation of “top-down” policies in Northern Territory Aboriginal communities. Blocking the Broadway footpath outside Labor MP Tanya Plibersek’s office, campaigners not only called for the repeal of Stronger Futures but also for the protection of suburbs like Bankstown from being swallowed into the system.

Community service on the move

ULTIMO: There’s a lot to admire in the good work of South East Sydney Community Transport (SESCT), which last financial year provided approximately 70,000 trips to more than 3,000 people. Following a recent period of insecurity, the community organisation has relocated from Redfern to a spacious commercial building with bus bay in Ultimo. Staff are committed to maintaining connections with valued clients across five Local Government Areas, and are excited by plans to engage new clients.

Stronger Futures ‘fundamentally racist’

On March 21, Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney (STICS) plans to rally outside Tanya Plibersek’s office in protest against Labor’s Stronger Futures legislation and the expansion of income management.