South Sydney has seen its fair share of battles. Since its beginnings at a public meeting in Redfern Town Hall in 1908, the club has experienced both the dizzying highs of victory and the crushing lows of defeat. But what has always remained constant throughout the Rabbitohs’ 106-year history is the team’s fighting spirit – both on and off the field.
On the morning of September 6, several hundred concerned citizens withstood wind, cold and rain to protest the latest “get Clover” legislation from the Shooters and Fishers, legislation that would see many business owners given two or more votes, while other business owners would lose the one vote they currently have.
WATERLOO: The Factory Community Centre in Raglan Street provides a welcome sanctuary when it comes to the ever-growing public demands amid the mental health sector. Laura Kelly, Community…
WATERLOO: A new show has opened at the Orchard Gallery. Face to Face, curated by Catherine Wood, presenting 28 portraits – pencil, pastel and charcoal drawings, paintings and a photograph – by participants of the Saturday art classes at South Sydney Uniting Church.