Light Rail in Surry Hills – definitely a tool to divide a community if there ever was one, both literally and figuratively. It has become apparent to the residents of Surry Hills and in particular Devonshire St, that the State Government has made up its mind as to the final choice of Light Rail.
The new Planning System for NSW White Paper released recently by the State Government has definitely brought up some contentious issues: – What exactly are the rights of the community in planning? – What role will local councils and councillors play? – Who will speak for the residents and local community stakeholders?
From 12pm Friday 5th April at Martin Place The Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) is ‘locking up’ Councillor Angela Vithoulkas in honour of ‘Time 4 Kids‘ from 12pm on Friday 5th April at Martin Place and we need your help to bail her out. PCYC is Australia’s leading youth development organisation with over 200,000 members […]
As many Greek Australians gathered to celebrate Greek Independence Day, the City of Sydney Council unanimously supported a motion put forward by Councillor Angela Vithoulkas for the council to investigate and find a suitable space for the storage and display of historic Hellenic Lyceum Greek costumes, jewellery and artefacts. Angela Vithoulkas, the first Greek-Australian woman […]
The countdown is on until the global community unites and switches off the lights this Saturday, 23 March at 8.30pm. This year, in addition to switching off the lights, Australians are making the pledge to switch on to renewable energy, like solar. Make the pledge and you’ll go into the draw to win a FREE solar […]
Councillor Vithoulkas has successfully changed the Development Application process for licensed premises applications. All new licensed premises in the City of Sydney area, including cafes, restaurants and small bars, must have their hours of operation and patron capacity displayed externally at all times.
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas is thrilled to assist Victoria Haralabidou with her fabulous debut play titled ‘One Scientific Mystery or Why did the Aborigines eat Captain Cook?’ Successful in achieving selection for the 2012 National Play Festival in Melbourne, Victoria Haralabidou now brings this wonderful production to Sydney which includes herself and two top Australian […]
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas of Living Sydney is proud to be appointed a State Ambassador for Earth Hour in 2013. Councillor Vithoulkas will be involved as a media spokesperson and promoting Earth Hour to the City of Sydney residents and businesses. Earth Hour Earth Hour is the phenomenon that was started in Australia and embraced by […]
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas has today again requested background information surrounding the tendering, acquisition and implementation of the rainbow crossing project in Taylor Square, following Monday night’s council vote and the extraordinarily swift implementation of that project only a few hours after the vote. This project, now half its size and 150% over budget, occurred on the very same night […]
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas of the Living Sydney Team today praised the final draft of the OPEN Sydney: Future Directions for Sydney at Night strategy document, which will be voted on by the City of Sydney at a council meeting tonight. Following her strong recommendations, Councillor Vithoulkas is especially pleased with City of Sydney’s Council staff […]