Bridging City Assembly launch (Photo; Lyn Turnbull)

Bridging Sydney City Assembly Launch

Bridging Sydney City Assembly was launched by a choir that mirrored the diversity of community organisations, unions and religious organisations gathered in a packed Town Hall on March 26.

Dr Marianne Jauncey, John Carolan from Skope Constructions, and Tone Wheeler, architect and Director of Environa Studio (Photo: Supplied)

Launch of safe injecting centre renovations

KINGS CROSS: Tuesday March 18 saw the launch of new renovations at the Sydney MSIC (Medically Supervised Injecting Centre), along with a new book detailing the history of the service.

On Empire Day, April 15, 1922, at the Red Cross Exhibition in Sydney, their Excellencies the Governor-General of Australia, Henry Forster, and his wife, Lady Rachel Forster, form a guard of honour with Junior Red Cross members and Voluntary Aid Detachment nurses (Photo: Supplied)

Centenary of Red Cross in Australia

In 2014, Red Cross will celebrate 100 years of humanitarian service in Australia and is inviting people across the country to share their memories through the Centenary Story Collection.

Stencil art by Camo (Photo: Andrew Collis)

Taking art to the streets

REDFERN: An initiative of Damien Minton Gallery, the inaugural Redfern Biennale was held on Saturday March 8. The outdoor, eclectic, democratic free-for-all happening was a highlight of Art Month Sydney and a huge success.

Julia with Poncho, Jeremy with Jess Sim, and Daniel with Penelope at Cowbell 808 Café (Photo:Andrew Collis)

Short courses for latte learners

SURRY HILLS: Cowbell 808 is an 80s-themed café on Bourke Street. On Wednesday evenings the café is also a venue for all kinds of educational activity.