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2014/09/23 02:16
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These photographs are the only known images of Andy, the homeless man who lived on the Pyrmont waterfront for almost a decade before he passed away last month. Andy, who was known and respected by...
2014/09/23 02:16
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2014/09/16 19:50
2014/09/16 19:50
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... are not here to insult anyone,” McIntosh told the New Zealand Herald. “We are here to do our own thing and travel our own path. It’s just seeing how far two good mates would go to win a trip to...
2014/09/16 14:46
2014/09/16 14:46
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Proponents of a new inner-city high school have slammed the State Government for building a much-criticised $25 million pedestrian bridge at Moore Park while school plans remain stagnant. Skye...
2014/09/16 08:48
2014/09/16 08:48
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... dog's breakfast of democracy": Alex Greenwich with lord mayor Clover Moore. Photo: James Alcock The NSW government has shrugged off criticism that changes to City of Sydney businesses' voting...
2014/09/16 05:22
2014/09/16 05:22
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They had stocked the kitchen with food, moved in crate-loads of belongings and even brought their tortoiseshell cat. But the two-month long rent-free bliss enjoyed by a group of squatters at Millers...
2014/09/13 18:45
2014/09/13 18:45
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights groups are not happy about a radio contest that led to the marriage of two straight men in the name of rugby tickets. New Zealand's The Edge radio...
2014/09/11 07:15
2014/09/11 07:15
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In a move that would have had an affect on Illawarra and South Coast councils, the state government appears to be backing away from key aspects of a bill for overhauling elections for the City of...
2014/09/11 06:59
2014/09/11 06:59
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Hoteliers and punters alike in Sydney’s Newtown hope Oxford Street’s 1:30am lockouts don’t get rolled out to their area too. Many nightclubs and other businesses along Oxford Street have seen a 20%...
2014/09/11 03:55
2014/09/11 03:55
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The state government appears to be backing away from key aspects of a bill for overhauling elections for the City of Sydney and is reconsidering a controversial proposal to give businesses two...
2014/09/09 20:15
2014/09/09 20:15
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Inner-Sydney parents, teachers and community members have put their heads together to solve the city's looming school shortage and have sent a resounding call to the government. They want a new high...
2014/09/06 08:22
2014/09/06 08:22
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Thousands of business owners in the City of Sydney are being warned they will lose the right to vote in council elections if the Baird government supports legislation before the NSW parliament seeking...
2014/09/06 07:55
2014/09/06 07:55
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Two drag queens, multiple dogs and prams, and a grey army of hundreds of angry older residents braved the rain on Saturday to protest against proposed changes to voting rules in City of Sydney council...
2014/09/03 02:16
2014/09/03 02:16
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SMALL business feels nothing like a big winner ahead of Tuesday’s parliamentary debate on the City of Sydney business voting reform bill. According to two major business lobby groups, the...
2014/09/01 14:48
2014/09/01 14:48
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Aggressive behaviour has increased outside Sydney bars since introduction of lockout. Photo: Daniel Shaw Aggressive behaviour has increased outside Sydney bars but the number of alcohol-related...
2014/08/29 15:17
2014/08/29 15:17
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It's just past 2am when 18-year-old Melissa Abarca and her three friends arrive at the Star casino. The Wollongong girls aren't here to gamble, though they concede it's likely they will have a...
2014/08/29 03:46
2014/08/29 03:46
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Mr Andrews will open the World Congress of Families, which is dedicated to fighting the decriminalisation of abortion and homosexuality, and to defending the ‘natural family’, in Melbourne this...
2014/08/26 05:04
2014/08/26 05:04
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Mr Andrews will open the World Congress of Families, which is dedicated to fighting the decriminalisation of abortion and homosexuality, and to defending the ‘natural family’, in Melbourne this...
2014/08/21 15:58
2014/08/21 15:58
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... bloody lies": Shooters MP Robert Borsak. A war of words has broken out about the proposed changes to business voting in the City of Sydney, with Alex Greenwich claiming he was told the...
2014/08/21 14:47
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LIBERAL City of Sydney councillor Christine Forster has ­revealed she’s out of touch with businesses on Oxford St. They want us to encourage people to visit the strip and discover what’s on offer, not...
2014/09/23 02:16
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