Long time collaborator Start-up Daily recently covered the relaunch of Eagle Waves Radio as a creative agency with a focus on audio content. “Sticking to the niche that Vithoulkas knows best – small business – she has also partnered with complementary media organisations such as this publication, Startup Daily, its sister site Silicon Paddock, and […]
I spoke with Ben Fordham on Monday afternoon about the ongoing impact of light rail construction on business owners along the route. You can listen here:
Updating from a story that has been previously covered, the City of Sydney has down voted a motion to webcast council meetings (six votes to four). Angela Vithoulkas is quoted in the following article, saying: “We still don’t see where we stand, we don’t know when or if webcasting can happen. It feels very much like […]
I was featured in an Altmedia article regarding the City of Sydney’s efforts towards the business vote in the 2016 local election. You can read it here.
I’m glad that Clover Moore has finally clarified she is running again kicking off her formal campaign with a call to keep Sydney independent because that’s exactly what I plan to do. History has shown that it’s always tempting for politicians to go one round too many when the rest of the electorate has moved […]
Speech: Our cities: sustainable development and managing the way forward Sydney Build Expo Australian Technology Park, Locomotive St. Eveleigh NSW 2015 11 March 2016 Good morning, I’m Councillor Angela Vithoulkas, an Independent Councillor for the City of Sydney. Before I speak this morning I would like to acknowledge and pay my respects to the traditional […]
It has taken years, but the City of Sydney has leaped into the 21st Century, according to one Councillor. The City voted on Monday night to a twelve month trial of webcasting the monthly council meeting, a practice which has been adopted around the world, but not at the City of Sydney, whose mantra is […]
Independent Councillor, Angela Vithoulkas, said that the City of Sydney Council was not wholly supportive of the Lord Mayor’s proposal by voting against the motion. Clr Vithoulkas voiced her concern in the meeting that the Lord Mayor will run a scare campaign on the issue. Read the full article by Lucas Baird here.
‘The City of Sydney’s decision to pay for marketing material and the organisation of a public meeting about the rumoured sporting stadium development at Moore Park Sydney must be inclusive of all sides of the debate’, Councillor Vithoulkas said at Monday night’s Council meeting. While stating that a public meeting and marketing material may prove […]
This morning, I was interviewed by Alan Jones on 2GB about the impact of light rail construction in the City of Sydney. In case you missed it, you can listen to the audio by clicking here.