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A bench seat to honour community champion

WATERLOO: On May 13, community leaders, volunteers and friends gathered at the Waterloo Neighbourhood Centre to remember Ross Smith (dec. 2016), and to unveil...

Pemulwuy – hits the heights

REDFERN: The Col James student accommodation reached a milestone this month as it “topped out”; construction of the top level of the 24 levels was completed.

Pemulwuy – hands up to live there!

REDFERN: As promised the Aboriginal Housing Company is about to deliver affordable housing for our people first in the Pemulwuy Project.

Pemulwuy – Elouera Tony Mundine Gym shapes up

The Pemulwuy Project's gym is shaping up – and the vision is to offer first-rate facilities and a welcoming, inclusive fitness environment for the community.

Pemulwuy gets underway

REDFERN: Tuesday March 26 saw the “turning of the soil” for the Aboriginal Housing Company’s (AHC) long-awaited Pemulwuy project.

Pemulwuy battles critics over student tower

The Block nears a critical juncture as the Pemulwuy Project secures departmental support, but critics are angered that student housing takes pride of place.

Funding model for Pemulwuy Project

LETTER FROM THE ABORIGINAL HOUSING COMPANY TO ATTENDEES OF THE COMMUNITY CONSULTATION EVENING

Mercury rising at The Block

Embassy spokesperson and Wiradjuri woman, Jenny Munro, claims several people have been arrested at the site and she fears trespass laws may be used...

Rally for TJ marks ten years of protest

REDFERN: The cries for justice over the tragic death of Aboriginal teenager TJ Hickey on February 14, 2004, have been undermined by the actions of an outside group with its own agenda. The future of the commemorative rally, it seems, is now in jeopardy.

Aboriginal Housing Company – 40 years and best yet to come

July 25 marked the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal Housing Company and its long-term commitment to the provision of affordable housing for Aboriginal people.

Building blocks for vibrant future

REDFERN: The Pemulwuy project Development Application was approved on December 21.

Club Redfern a premier attraction

REDFERN: The much-anticipated new venue for the Returned Servicemen’s League (RSL) sub-branch has opened at 157 Redfern Street (opposite Redfern Station). The establishment will be known simply as Club Redfern, and occupy the second floor of the Deicota Tower, a 19-storey development which includes office space and retail as well as 84 apartments with five levels of underground parking.

Running for Pemulwuy

SSH editor, Andrew Collis, will take part in the Melbourne Marathon on October 14 – on behalf of the Aboriginal Housing Company’s Pemulwuy Project.

The people behind the SSH

Dorothy McRae-McMahon is a minister-in-association at the church and the features editor. “When we began the paper around a decade ago, we felt that...