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Why subscribe to the South Sydney Herald?

Why subscribe?

To secure our future. The South Sydney Herald is free to read but isn’t free to produce. Every subscription helps cover our costs and secure our future.

To support independent media. There are very few local papers left in print in NSW but we reach thousands of people in social housing and others for whom online access to vital information can be difficult.

To champion locals. We champion local people and organisations who are making a difference, building stronger networks and communities.

To help us mentor journalists. We mentor journalists and citizen reporters to assist them to see why quality independent journalism is so important.

To maintain our online presence. Our strong web and social media presence ensure messages of hope, equity and sustainability inspire new audiences.

To keep in touch. Even if you’ve moved away, you can maintain your link with South Sydney by receiving the South Sydney Herald each month.

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Volunteers’ News – February 2024

Welcome back to another year of the South Sydney Herald, still being published in our 23rd year, thanks to your support and readership.

Tennis legends criticised for boycott plea

Tennis greats Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert have been accused of “turning their backs on women” after pushing back on plans to hold the season ending WTA Finals in Saudi Arabia’s capital.

Photos from January 26

Michelle Haywood captures the mood of January 26 with this collection of photos from across South and central Sydney.

Melanoma treatment pioneers awarded 2024 Australian of the Year

University of Sydney Professors Georgina Long AO and Richard Scolyer AO, co-medical directors of the Melanoma Institute Australia, have jointly won the prestigious Australian of the Year award for their pioneering work in the treatment of melanoma.

Living with dementia – a carer’s journey: 1. Diagnosis

My journey of caring for my husband, Stuart, living with dementia began with a trip he made to Monterrey, Mexico.

Volunteers’ News – December 2023

Martin Place Christmas tree and fairy lights until January 1 The City of Sydney is again showcasing the lights at Martin Place, with the tallest Christmas tree in NSW. It will feature a massive 110,000 LED lights, a colour-changing star and 330 specially created Christmas baubles. What a wonderful treat...