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Christmas program set to reignite city and suburbs

The City of Sydney’s program of Christmas cheer with its roving entertainment, cracking Christmas decorations and sparkling lighting displays aims to create a welcoming, festive atmosphere to encourage people back onto the streets in the city and after a tough lockdown and year.

Affordability – good news for the City’s renters

Unfortunately, and well before the pandemic, Greater Sydney, and the local government area of the City of Sydney has become increasingly unaffordable for ordinary people to live in. Some recent changes bring a glimmer of hope ...

Pop-up Christmas music to gladden South Sydney

Sydney will sparkle and buzz this Christmas, with pop-up musical performances in local neighbourhoods, light displays, decorations, roving performers and more Christmas trees than...

Rallying for suburban character

ROSEBERY: In July the state government made changes to the housing code that could allow the 1912 Covenant, which set the character of the...

Holistic approach to health in Green Square

Green Square will be a site for a new RPA HealthOne East, which will incorporate an academic general practice centre, population health and community-based services.

New precinct in the swim of things

GREEN SQUARE: The 278-hectare precinct that includes Zetland and Beaconsfield, and parts of Rosebery, Waterloo and Alexandria will eventually be home to 48,000 residents and the workplace for 22,000 people.

Green Square set to become hub for the arts

City of Sydney Council hopes to “transform” the disused former Royal South Sydney Hospital site in Zetland with a new $350,000 public artwork, as part of its development of Green Square.

Markets promote collaboration and community

GSM are run by the Rotary Club of South Sydney (RCSS) to promote collaboration and community. The “profit with purpose” orientation enables the markets...

Winning design for Green Square Library

In announcing the winners of an international design competition for the Green Square Library, jury member Professor Glenn Murcutt congratulated Matthias Hollenstein, 28, and Felicity Stewart, 30, but warned them that the expectations for subsequent projects will be influential in shaping their careers. Their design was chosen from a field of 167 entrants from 29 countries.

City West in North Eveleigh

City West Housing (CWH) has been appointed as the affordable housing provider for the North Eveleigh affordable housing project initiated by the RWA now UrbanGrowth Development Corporation. CWH is to undertake the design, seek planning approval, construct and manage a minimum of 61 affordable housing units at North Eveleigh. The final number of units will be determined through the design stage.