Women are told what to wear, who to hang out with, how to be, how to smile, wait that’s too smiley, now you’re flirty, you slut, tease, typical woman. We’re told time and time again that we are responsible for the behaviour of others. Our own bodies are restricted and legislated against so much we need other people’s permission to do something with it.
FoodLab Sydney, an innovative project aimed at creating a vibrant network of small food businesses through training and employment, was launched at Redfern Town Hall on Friday February 1.
Wesley Enoch from the Noonuccal Nuugi people of Stradbroke Island believes that the date of Australia Day should not change, but that the way it is marked should be.
The Society of the Sacred Heart (RSCJ) established a house in Caroline Street in 1987 to provide a presence among Aboriginal people on The Block. The sisters began building relationships with those living on The Block and many Aboriginal people living there. This method of embodying the gospel was keenly supported by Fr Ted Kennedy and the Redfern parishioners.
Police across NSW are asking people to report anyone in their community who they think may be dealing drugs
Nina Serova will work closely with residents and agencies to ensure that they have the tools and information they need to take their views on the Waterloo redevelopment to government.
Happy New Year to all our volunteers and readers.
The Waterloo community came together for Summer on the Green
This tiny fellow laid claim to any space he inhabited – sofa, room, street, park – with an imperious stare, and woe betide any dog that happened to…
Writing the Country explores the human connection to country at this time of great change and threat.