EVELEIGH: The theme of this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival was “Lie to Me” and the program promised that the line-up of writers would examine white lies, deceptions, malicious lies and the ways that writing can be employed to deceive people in “an increasingly post-truth world”.
NAIDOC Family and Sports day is back at the NCIE (National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, 180 George St Redfern) on Friday July 12.
Groundswell coalition of Waterloo agencies is pressing on with educational workshops designed to assist residents to participate in the master planning process. Two events are planned for May-June.
On Sunday March 3, the distinguished, multi-award-winning Canadian writer Margaret Atwood spoke at the Sydney Opera House as part of the UNSW Centre for Ideas 2019 program of live talks.
The Waterloo community came together for Summer on the Green
Sydney premier of film unveiling experiences of women in the Australian music industry.
On Saturday September 22, Surry Hills Festival culminated in a fantastic spring celebration with great live music.
The month-long Weave Festival (March 1-31), offers an extensive and in-depth experience of Aboriginal and Pacific cultures.
The inner west boasts one of the largest populations of dog owners in Sydney, so Addison Road was the perfect place to launch this new festival.