Every time a tree is cut down in the inner city, it is a trauma for everyone whose life it enriched. The losses of nature that city people have suffered over the past eight years have been terrible: century-old figs and bushland remnants swept away for motorways, trams and housing blocks.
Margaret Jones, one of Redfern Legal Centre’s longest-serving volunteers, passed away last month, aged 91.
The City of Sydney opposes the NSW government’s redevelopment proposals for Waterloo estate and has released its own alternative approach.
Pam Jackson has joined Inner Sydney Voice (ISV) to provide culturally-appropriate advice to Aboriginal community organisations and housing tenants of issues relating to the Waterloo redevelopment.
Including the social housing in the metro there will only be 98 more social housing units than there are now. The overall increase in dwellings on the sites…
Continuity between patient and doctor is associated with lower mortality rates.
In the week leading up to Australia Day on January 26, Aboriginal Christian leaders Aunty Jean Phillips and Brooke Prentis hosted 17 prayer meetings in every state and territory across Australia.
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.
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.