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 […]
On the 13th of December, Councillor Angela attended the Kings Cross Rotary’s annual Christmas & New Year lunch, held at the Kings Cross Community Centre.
The events that have taken place in Martin Place on Monday and the early hours of Tuesday morning have shocked the City of Sydney. The people of Sydney have yesterday and today endured a terrible trauma. This trauma was dealt by the hand of an individual who aimed to strike fear into us, distract us […]
After a period of more than a year, I am very pleased that an agreement has been reached between the City of Sydney and the NSW Government concerning the Wattle Street depot site in Ultimo. The Ultimo Primary School has existed on its current site for 100 years and it desperately needs growing room if […]
The opinion piece by Liberal Councillor Christine Forster in today’s Daily Telegraph gives a very good indication that the issue of the development of a new primary school on the site of Fig and Wattle Streets in Ultimo has moved from a community issue to one that is clearly all about the politics. ‘Rather than […]
Fancy playing Santa for some of the more needy cats and dogs across the city this holiday season? The Give a Dog a Bone, Keep Kitty Happy Christmas Appeal is a great way to show how much we all care about our four-legged friends, right across the city. Many unfortunate dogs and cats go without […]
I was very pleased to attend the Annual Spring Chakai held at The Maiden Theatre in the Royal Botanical Gardens this past Sunday. The event is held annually by the Chado Urasenke Tankokai Sydney Association; a truly beautiful experience that explores two settings of the traditional Japanese tea drinking ceremony. I would like to extend […]