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Sydney’s Ultimo Road old rail bridge wrapped like a Christo artwork to remove lead paint

The old rail bridge over Ultimo Road sits wrapped like a Christo artwork as part of the latest instalment of a new pedestrian network. Full News here – Government And Politics RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Smoking ban to be trialled in Sydney’s Martin Place after survey finds users want it smoke-free

Sydney City Council imposes a trial smoking ban on all outdoor areas in Martin Place from today after a survey finds most people want the area smoke-free. Full News here – Government And Politics RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Sydney’s Bankstown Cricket Club organises huge shipment of equipment to young players in Uganda

Bankstown Cricket Club sends $ 500,000 of much-needed equipment to young players in the African country of Uganda. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Colonial Australia’s first source of fresh water continues to flow under Sydney’s busy streets

Spring water still flows into the Tank Stream under Sydney’s bustling city streets. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Woman stabbed to death, teenager injured at Bexley in Sydney’s south

A woman is stabbed to death and a teenager injured at a house in Sydney’s south. Police say they are speaking to a man who presented himself to Kogarah Police Station. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Sydney’s Christian leaders use Easter messages to urge reflection and hope

Sydney’s Catholic and Anglican leaders use their Easter messages to urge people to reflect on the holiness of the holiday and pray for those facing terror around the world. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Tribute to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service men and women unveiled in Sydney’s Hyde Park

A seven metre high sculpture is unveiled in Sydney’s CBD in tribute to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service men and women. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Man faces court charged with murder after wife’s stabbing death at Bexley in Sydney’s south

A man faces court after being charged with murder following the stabbing death of his wife at Bexley in Sydney’s south. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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New service Linking Hearts targets domestic violence, homelessness in migrant and refugee communities in Sydney’s south-west

A new service targeting domestic violence and homelessness across migrant and refugee communities launches in one of the most culturally diverse regions in Sydney’s south-west. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Asia backs Sydney’s Golden Slipper

THE $ 3.5 million Golden Slipper is primed to win hearts across Asia as Japanese and Hong Kong turf superstars run at Rosehill Gardens before tens of millions of international TV viewers. Full News here – Daily Telegraph | NSW and ACT

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Sydney’s new furniture gets top rating from man who has slept on it

Self-described “survival artist” Ronny Ng is Sydney’s pre-eminent expert on the city’s best public seats and benches. After sleeping rough on Sydney’s streets for 17 years, he rates the city’s new modern furniture as close to perfect. Full News here – The Sydney Morning Herald National Headlines

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Crowds embrace Sydney’s siege cafe

THERE were lines out the door as the public turned out to support the reopening of the Martin Place Lindt Cafe, three months after the deadly Sydney siege. Plaques were unveiled in remembrance of the siege’s innocent victims and survivor Joel Herat was embraced by Premier Mike Baird on his return to work at the […]

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NSW Election 2015: Campbelltown, in Sydney’s west, expected to be a vital seat

A former police chief is going head-to-head with a former soldier in the fight for the NSW electorate of Campbelltown. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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NSW election 2015: Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum to move to Parramatta under Coalition plan

Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum will be moved to Parramatta if the Coalition Government is re-elected next month. Full News here – Government And Politics RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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Sydney’s St Andrew’s Cathedral School calls for federal funding for its Indigenous primary program

Gawura, an Indigenous primary school in Sydney, is gathering support for a push to secure public funding under the Indigenous Advancement Strategy. Full News here – Community And Society RSS Feed from 702 ABC Sydney

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