With the entirety of Glebe Foreshore and most of Surry Hills set to become alcohol-free zones, is it a wise move from the Sydney council, or is it merely the nanny state locking the liquor cabinet?
Armed with bulldozers, council workers and the police, the City of Sydney has closed down the kitchen that fed the homeless. Where do they go from here?
A kitchen that looks to house and feed the homeless is facing pressure from Sydney City Council, but according to those who run it, they’re not going anywhere.
Emboldened by the apparent success of the lockout laws, the NSW police are now looking to push a uniform system across the state. Good lord.
TBS spoke to the brains behind Instagram brunch enthusiasts @SydneyBrunch. If you skipped breakfast today, we apologise in advance.
Brand new TBSer, Sean Carmichael, explains how Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s move to appoint Jamie Briggs is an astute one.
New TBS writer Georgia Hitch has escaped the small town she was born in, and now living in Sydney; she sees similarities between the two.
Responding to Edward Mandla’s “Who killed Oxford Street?” piece for TBS, MP Alex Greenwich unveils his plans for revitalising the troubled thoroughfare.
City of Sydney councillor Edward Mandla has called for a complete revision of the CoS Southern Industrial Area (SIA) plan or risk dampening growth in NSW.
Liberal Councillor Edward Mandla wants the City of Sydney to shift some of its big spend on zhooshing itself up into the more worthwhile activity of helping the homeless #HaveaheartSydney
John Preston says forget the Parisian solution, the rest of the world caught on to the benefits of urban renewal a long time ago…and now it’s Sydney turn.
Edwina Lloyd reckons the rapid gentrification of inner Sydney means the loss of its je ne sais quoi, however, there may be a French solution…if only the State would say oui oui…
The unveiling of three new major works of public art for the City of Sydney has caused a heated discussion about art, and Lord Mayor Clover Moore couldn’t be happier.
Having tried to alert the City of Sydney to fire compliance regime issues, the Alexandria fire that broke out last Wednesday comes as no surprise to John Preston.
In response to John Preston, City of Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore puts forward her case for trigeneration as “what the community wants and what the science says we need to do.”
A week where John Preston locked horns with Alex Greenwich on TBS about City of Sydney elections ends with Greenwich announcing a proposed bill to let businesses have their electoral say.
MP Alex Greenwich fears proposed changes to how the City of Sydney is elected are a blow to how the city is governed and, more critically, to democracy.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore looks out over Sydney and its current major urban development to see a city on the edge of ground-breaking excellence.