REDFERN: Sometimes it takes Hazem Sedda, owner of the Redfern Convenience Store, an hour to walk the short distance from his shop to the bank because he stops to talk with so many people.
People, planet, peace, partnerships and prosperity. Australia’s very own Social Good Summit discussed these international themes and humanity’s potential to create positive change
Community rallies to save its beloved Alexandria Hotel
In biblical times Palestine was known as the land of milk and honey. Today, organic and fair trade delicacies from Palestine, including olive oil, couscous, za’atar and sesame are available across the other side of the world, here in Sydney.
The history of gentrification in the inner city is repeating itself, argues Ross Smith. The sole variation is its form – employment gentrification.
Claypool Ceramic Studios are helping artists to reconnect with their inner creativity.
The saying goes, “You can judge a city by the way it treats its poorest citizen,” Councillor Linda Scott reminded Labor politicians at the ALP’s 47th National Conference.
The Aboriginal Housing Company (AHC) last month obtained a Supreme Court order to remove protestors from the Aboriginal Tent Embassy at The Block.
Tax is back on the agenda. But this time the debate comes with an unusual alliance of interests.
REDFERN: Basement Skate is a new specialist skate shop in Regent Street (downhill a short distance from the BP service station). Director Dave Robertson is assisted at Basement by chief collaborator and champion skater Maga McWhinnie, this month taking part in various competitions in Europe. Dave talks to the SSH about the thrills and simple pleasures of skateboarding.