I appeared on 2GB this morning talking about the devastating impact of light rail, the failings of the construction company and how something has to happen now to support small businesses and residents. I also invited listeners who care about small business to join my party SMALL BUSINESS MATTERS. You can listen to the interview […]
This week Angela is joined by rugby league superstar Paul Gallen who talks about his meeting with Ron Massey, his early days with the Sharks, leadership, boxing and the future.
It was great to join John & Garry from 2UE to talk about people who try and skip the bill and my first crush…
In the third instalment of The Brew with Angela Vithoulkas, we hear from Jaimie Fuller, CEO of Athletic compression wear SKINS. He talks about his relationship with Lance Armstrong, the Soccer Federation, drugs in sport and human rights. Fuller has created a corporate culture that wants to see global social change. So do we. Kudos […]
The Brew with Angela Vithoulkas is an audio-visual show that explores the elements and experiences behind the person, over a Brew. Episode One is a self-portrait, reflecting on Angela’s most recent local government campaign and career. Subscribe on Itunes Here.
Last night I visited the Pyrmont Chamber of Commerce’s annual Seafood Spectacular. What a blast, with apprentice chefs from one Sydney’s excellent TAFE programs creating fabulous seafood canapes, with matching wines at the landmark Sydney Fish Markets. In light of announced developments to the fish market, it was great to visit and see what’s going at the […]
This week I wrote an opinion piece that was published in the Daily Telegraph, “Yet another election stuff up”. The piece was intended to raise awareness of the City of Sydney’s failed efforts to enrol businesses to vote in the upcoming September election. You can read the article out here. One of the main issues […]
Sydney is an international city with a multitude of unique and exciting communities and suburbs throughout. Perhaps one of its greatest, and certainly one of its oldest, is Haymarket – better known to most as Chinatown. A lot of cities, particularly major trade centres, have their own version of a Chinatown. The initial aim of […]
One of Sydney’s favourite weekend traditions is the local market. Different markets throughout the City of Sydney are geared towards food, fashion and farmer’s produce. Each market has its different stalls, flavour and community. Markets are an institution for Sydney-siders, and a draw for tourism generally. I believe in supporting and fostering thriving markets in […]
Question Are car-sharing parking spaces in private car parks in central Sydney paid for in full or inpart by the City? Answer by the Lord Mayor No. Car share spaces in private car parks in central Sydney are not funded, directly or indirectly, by the City.