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Clean Up Australia

Isabella Ross 380,000 + ute loads of rubbish removed. 36 million hours of volunteer time donated. 18.3 million Australians getting involved over the last 3 decades. These are just some of the incredible figures to come as a result of Clean Up Australia (CUA), founded...

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Celebrate Lunar New Year in Ku-ring-gai!

The Year of the Ox will be celebrated in Ku-ring-gai between 1 and 26 February with a COVID-safe program of activities. Among the activities on offer are free calligraphy demonstrations, special story times for young children and performances by various cultural...

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Valentine’s Day with Eden Gardens

It’s time to bring the love! Our new #valentines2021 collection is now in store at Eden Gardens. There are green gifts a plenty from lush plant & basket combos (save 30%), plant-hampers along with new LOVE-ly skincare and homewares.Pink and minty hues are so...

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Dine & Discover NSW

The NSW Government’s economic stimulus program Dine & Discover is set to create a boost for dining, arts and tourism businesses. The program will be rolled out in The Rocks and in Broken Hill in early February and in late February it will expand to the...

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How to be an Ally on January 26th

Courtesy of the Queer Advocate and Amnesty Australia What is Invasion Day? Otherwise known as ‘Survival Day’ or ‘Day of Mourning’, January 26 marks the date Caption Arthur Phillip and 1,500 convicts, crew, marines and civilians claimed the land and raised the British...

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Ku-ring-gai Mayor’s Historic Milestone

Cr Jennifer Anderson has officially become Ku-ring-gai’s longest serving mayor in the Council’s 104-year history and has called for more women to become councillors. Her call comes as the NSW Electoral Commission issued a timeline for candidates considering standing...

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The Merry Widow at Sydney Opera House

Photography by Prudence Upton. Incredibly, six out of ten Sydneysiders have never seen an opera at the Sydney Opera House! Despite the Sydney Opera House being an internationally recognised architectural masterpiece and a much-loved national treasure, 57% of...

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New World-Class Bike Park for Locals

The NSW Government recently announced a new, six-hectare bike park at Belrose open and ready for Northern Beaches and North Shore residents and Australia’s mountain biking community to enjoy. Member for Davidson, Jonathan O’Dea, said the $2 million Bare Creek Bike...

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The Best Christmas Lights in Sydney

Eliza Cusack Whether you have small children or grandchildren, or you're looking for a fun festive outing with friends, this year's Christmas lights will not let you down. Take an adventure through these Sydney suburbs one night this summer to see the most spectacular...

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Get Excited for the Sydney Festival 2021

Eliza Cusack The ground-breaking Sydney Festival is running from Wednesday January 6th to Tuesday January 26th and will involve 21 days of celebrating the best work from artists and companies. The festival will see over 130 events take place across the city, which...

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Celebrate NAIDOC Week

Regardless of when it is celebrated, NAIDOC Week is an event of national importance for all Australians. A week borne from a day of protest, NAIDOC Week each year reminds us of the ongoing aspirations of our communities as they continue the movement towards justice...

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