THE Sydney Chinese New Year Festival’s flagship parade could be cancelled in 2016 and no replacement event has yet been planned, the festival’s organising committee chairman says. Read more
The construction of the contentious CBD light rail could threaten businesses on Sydney’s George Street. The light rail, which will run from Circular Quay to Kingsford, begins construction in September despite previous plans to begin next week. During construction, parts of George Street will be closed and foot traffic is set to drastically decrease, prompting […]
Click here for statistics source.
Its common corporate language these days to use the word ‘leadership’, and say that success in business, or for that matter political parties and government, depends heavily on the leader. I’m sure you’ve heard it all before, great culture starts from the top down, leadership is the key, and they are the qualities of a […]
The inquiry into the Sydney siege is just the next step in the process of this tragic event that has left an indelible mark on the minds of not only many Sydneysiders, but millions across the world. On that sun-drenched summers day in December thousands of Sydneysiders were going about their everyday lives. Not far […]
Australia Day 2015 was indeed a memorable one. Each year Australian Citizenship Ceremonies are held across the country to welcome new Australian citizens, to celebrate everything that is Australia, and the commitment and pride all Australians have to and for their country. I was very pleased to be a part of the Australian Citizenship Ceremony […]
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas said that countless small businesses, community and religious groups, conference facilities and theatres in the City of Sydney may be totally unaware of the impending changes to wireless spectrum on 1 January 2015 that are the result of spectrum clearing activities following the shutdown of analogue TV. ‘It certainly came as news […]