The SSH interviews actor and Alexandria resident Chris Broadbent, who has starred in some prominent television shows, including A Place to Call Home and Australia: The Story of Us.
Big Issue vendor Mick shares his moving story with the SSH.
Murmurs is an exhibition that evokes soft, indistinct and heartfelt meditations on the human condition.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore told Alexandria and Erskineville residents that she might only approve further development of the Ashmore Precinct if there was a firm commitment by the state government to provide more local infrastructure.
The SSH interviews young barista and super-keen skater Leon Comino, who works at Tapeo café in Redfern.
“Let’s keep Newtown vibrant, open, weird and safe,” says Liz Yeo, a Newtown local since the 1980s who has dedicated her career to the non-profit sector, from homelessness to Indigenous education and public health.
A new college, the National Aboriginal College (NAC), is offering a variety of useful online courses and correspondence courses to people from all cultural backgrounds.
WATERLOO: The Garden Shelter accommodation service for men experiencing homelessness has received a donation of $1,000 from Club Redfern.
At just 20 years old, Shaquille Robinson may have been the youngest in her class when she graduated with a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment at Eora College Darlington, Sydney TAFE, but she is a multi-award winner.
At the official launch of the Darlington village upgrade, Charles Kernan Reserve was filled with a crowd of locals and a palpable sense of anticipation. Today was a day of celebration: not only of the completion of the upgrade, but also of the legacy of a much-loved community member: Trevor Edward Davies (1956–2011).