Secret Garden In Paddington Reservoir

Review by Aya Pfeufer July 9, 2024 The Paddington Reservoir is a public garden at 255a Oxford Street, Paddington. Designed by Edward Bell, a city engineer, it was constructed from 1864 to 1866. It primarily functioned as a water reservoir and further on, carried out other purposes such as a service station. Now it is […]

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Celebrated Musicians Explore Historic Sydney Places

Discover a secret Sydney with co-curators Jim Moginie from Midnight Oil and Ross Heathcote, at a bespoke series of piano performances by iconic Australian artists in heritage Sydney spaces. Every Friday this July look forward to inspired and diverse music, through the original compositions, interpretations, and improvisations by four contemporary Australian musicians – Jim Moginie, Chris Abrahams ARIA-award winning jazz musician […]

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Review: “I Watched the Sky of Blue Change to Gold.”

Camp Cope at the Sydney Opera House, Friday the 13th of October. A beautiful Friday night graced Sydney, forecasting what was to be at the Opera House later that evening. Camp Cope were to play their last ever show, a band that seeks to be the truest definition of Punk – a loud and aggressive […]

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Sydney Streets

Streets across Sydney are transforming into spaces for walking, shopping and dining Bring your friends and family to celebrate these fabulous Sydney neighbourhoods: Surry Hills, Pyrmont, Darlinghurst, Redfern, Haymarket, Glebe and Potts Point. With a whole line up of great things coming up! Next in the Sydney Street Line Up: Who: City of Sydney What: […]

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Offsite renewable electricity (GreenPower): the basics

No solar panels? No worries. You can still join the renewable energy revolution – with just a simple call to your electricity provider. Rooftop solar isn’t the only way you can power your home or business with renewable electricity. A GreenPower electricity plan (known generically as “offsite renewable electricity”) is a simple alternative for those residents and […]

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Personhood Is A Thing For Frogs Too.

  Anyone who expects the media to tell the whole story isn’t living in the post-fact universe.  Just ask the thousands of American scientists who hit the streets in Boston last weekend protesting the Trump Administration’s rejection and active repression of fact based scientific analysis. In Australia we are blessed with a vocal, hard working, […]

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Global Rhythms Q & A with MC Stéphanie Denizard

  Interview by: Sirine Demachkie Winter is finally on it’s way out, it’s time to come out of hibernation and what better way to reign in the warm weather this September than to soak up; beautiful world music, international food, family-filled activities and so much more at the 2016 Global Rhythms Music Festival as part of […]

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