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Tennis Australia Launches Social Tennis with a Twist to Get More Adults on Court
24 Jan 2020
Tennis Australia Launches Social Tennis with a Twist to Get More Adults on Court
Tennis Australia has launched Open Court Sessions, a new social tennis experience designed to get more adults on the court. 
NSW Government Bushfire Donations Partner GIVIT Calling for Charities to Register for Vital Goods
22 Jan 2020
NSW Government Bushfire Donations Partner GIVIT Calling for Charities to Register for Vital Goods
Charities, service providers and groups assisting bushfire-impacted communities are encouraged to register with national not-for-profit GIVIT, official bushfire donation management partner of the NSW Government, to gain coordinated access to donations of cash, items and services. 
Year of the Rat Heralds Fresh Start for the Blue Mountains
22 Jan 2020
Year of the Rat Heralds Fresh Start for the Blue Mountains
Scenic World is inviting visitors from near and far to celebrate Lunar New Year in the Blue Mountains this January and February, with a range of exciting activities on the agenda to usher in the Year of the Rat. 
Sydney’s Northern Beaches Rock Benefit to raise $1million
21 Jan 2020
Sydney’s Northern Beaches Rock Benefit to raise $1million
Sydney’s Northern Beaches Council is staging a Rock Relief concert at Brookvale Oval to support bushfire and drought-affected communities. 
Tourism Funding Package an Important Step Towards Recovery
21 Jan 2020
Tourism Funding Package an Important Step Towards Recovery
Labor welcomes the announcement on the weekend of Government support to help the tourism industry recover from the impact of the bushfire crisis. 
The Best Ways to Lend a Hand to Bushfire Relief
21 Jan 2020
The Best Ways to Lend a Hand to Bushfire Relief
Millions of hectares of bush have been burned. Dozens of lives have been lost. Up to a billion mammals, birds, reptiles, bats, frogs and invertebrates may have died. Smoke from Australia’s bushfires has reached as far as New Zealand and Chile. Australia’s bush capital has recorded the worst air quality in the world. 
Hydro Majestic Rallies for Bushfire Recovery
19 Jan 2020
Hydro Majestic Rallies for Bushfire Recovery
The Hydro Majestic Hotel will forge ahead with Roaring 20s Festival events in February to rally support for the struggling Blue Mountains community, despite experiencing an unprecedented downturn itself. 
Tourists Encouraged to Return to the Blue Mountains
17 Jan 2020
Tourists Encouraged to Return to the Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains Tourism (BMT), together with the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Services are encouraging tourists to return to the villages and towns of the Blue Mountains. 
RSPCA NSW Outlines Bushfire Relief and Recovery Plan
17 Jan 2020
RSPCA NSW Outlines Bushfire Relief and Recovery Plan
RSPCA NSW is providing relief and recovery assistance to animals that have been impacted by Australia’s bushfire crisis. 
Scottish and World Folk Music Industry Rally for Australian Bushfires
16 Jan 2020
Scottish and World Folk Music Industry Rally for Australian Bushfires
Leading folk festivals, events and musicians around the world have rallied to raise funds in support of those affected by the Australian bushfires in a campaign initiated by the Year Of Scotland in Australia 2020, the largest ever program of Scottish music and culture currently underway throughout the country. 
Immediate Mental Health Services Deployed into Fire Affected Communities
14 Jan 2020
Immediate Mental Health Services Deployed into Fire Affected Communities
More mental health support services will be immediately provided to firefighters, emergency personnel, individuals and communities impacted by the ongoing bushfire disaster. 
Spine-Chilling Night of Theatre Awaits Audiences at The Pavilion
12 Jan 2020
Spine-Chilling Night of Theatre Awaits Audiences at The Pavilion
Castle Hill Players present The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
by Robert Louis Stevenson adapted by Noah Smith – directed by Paul Sztelma
The Pavilion Theatre Castle Hill from JAN 31 – FEB 22 
WingHAÜS by Bavarian brings American-style Wings, Beers and Sports Bar to Sydney
12 Jan 2020
WingHAÜS by Bavarian brings American-style Wings, Beers and Sports Bar to Sydney
WingHAÜS by Bavarian, a wing-packed, sauce-smacked spin-off of The Bavarian, is coming to Sydney, scheduled to open in the Gateway dining precinct at Circular Quay in late January. 
Tennis NSW Legacy Fund to Deliver Long-Term Benefits for Grassroots Tennis in the State
12 Jan 2020
Tennis NSW Legacy Fund to Deliver Long-Term Benefits for Grassroots Tennis in the State
The New South Wales tennis community is set to benefit from significant investment through a legacy fund, established by the NSW Government and Tennis NSW, as a result of securing the ATP Cup in Sydney. 
Chamber Philharmonia Cologne to Play in Windsor
10 Jan 2020
Chamber Philharmonia Cologne to Play in Windsor
After several successful european tours in 2018 and 2019 the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne (Germany) is coming back to Australia in summer 2020 with a powerful and lovely new programme. 
Number of P2 masks for bushfires increases to more than 1.8 million
9 Jan 2020
Number of P2 masks for bushfires increases to more than 1.8 million
The Australian Government is now supplying more than 1.8 million P2 face masks to assist frontline workers and those at risk in communities affected by the bushfires. 
Queer Screen's 27th Mardi Gras Film Festival
9 Jan 2020
Queer Screen's 27th Mardi Gras Film Festival
Running from 13 - 27 February, Queer Screen's 27th Mardi Gras Film Festival boasts 6 world premieres, 94 Australian premieres and 11 Sydney premieres across 57 feature-length films, 2 episodics and 75 short films. 
National Bushfire Recovery Agency
8 Jan 2020
National Bushfire Recovery Agency
The Federal Government will establish a new agency with an initial $2 billion for a national bushfire recovery fund to coordinate a national response to rebuild communities and livelihoods after the devastating fire-front has passed. 
Celebrate Australia Day at Koala Park Sydney & Party Like It’s 1799!
7 Jan 2020
Celebrate Australia Day at Koala Park Sydney & Party Like It’s 1799!
Convict Footprints presents “CONVICTS GET SHEEPISH” 
ADF Continues to Support Firefighting Effort
3 Jan 2020
ADF Continues to Support Firefighting Effort
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) will increase its support to fire authorities, deploying additional specialist personnel to advise Incident Controllers at Fire Control Centres in New South Wales. 
Festive Foods to Keep Away From Your Pets:
24 Dec 2019
Festive Foods to Keep Away From Your Pets:
Before you drop a tidbit under the table, think about what it could do to your pet’s health. Christmas food is among some of the most dangerous for animals to consume. 
Lions Set Sail for a Good Cause
20 Dec 2019
Lions Set Sail for a Good Cause
Volunteers from Lugarno Lions Club set sail for a good cause on the weekend as part of a Sailability day at Kogarah Bay. 
State Wide Total Fire Ban as Residents Urged to Be Prepared
18 Dec 2019
State Wide Total Fire Ban as Residents Urged to Be Prepared
With temperatures set to soar over coming days NSW Rural Fire Service have declared a state wide total fire ban,and is urging communities to prepare. 
The Low-Down on Burglars' Tricks of the Trade
16 Dec 2019
The Low-Down on Burglars' Tricks of the Trade
A burglary occurs in Australia every three minutes and the end-of-year holiday period is peak season. The best way to protect your home against burglary is to know how burglars think. 
alpha restaurant is Going on a Summer Holiday
15 Dec 2019
alpha restaurant is Going on a Summer Holiday
Sydney’s alpha restaurant will be embarking on a summer holiday with a residency at Campbell’s Stores at The Rocks from 6 January, with a special preview event on New Year’s Eve. alpha POP is a 150-seater al fresco venue, which will evoke summer in the Greek Islands right on the doorstep of Sydney Harbour. 
Glen Street Theatre General Tickets on Sale from 6 January
15 Dec 2019
Glen Street Theatre General Tickets on Sale from 6 January
Tickets for ALL Glen Street Theatre Season 2020 shows are available from Monday 6th January. Now is the time to grab your tickets to a host of amazing shows. 
Parents Stand Strong as ‘Pester-Power’ Loses its Punch this Christmas
14 Dec 2019
Parents Stand Strong as ‘Pester-Power’ Loses its Punch this Christmas
Heading into Christmas, every parent is acutely aware of the ‘power of pester’: the constant asking, niggling and whining that kids typically turn on at the most inconvenient times. 
Lions Volunteers Spreading Christmas Spirit to Farmers in Drought
13 Dec 2019
Lions Volunteers Spreading Christmas Spirit to Farmers in Drought
The festive season has arrived but for many Australian families it’s a difficult time due to the crippling drought. This weekend 165 farmers and their families will enjoy some much-needed Christmas cheer thanks to a group of Lions volunteers. 
The Magic Ingredient in Australia’s Favourite Christmas Cake
12 Dec 2019
The Magic Ingredient in Australia’s Favourite Christmas Cake
Christmas is just two weeks away and Australia’s favourite festive treats are back! 
Over 130 Young Australian Women Receive Life-Changing Education Scholarships
11 Dec 2019
Over 130 Young Australian Women Receive Life-Changing Education Scholarships
139 year 9 female students are ending the school year on a high note with the news they will receive a 4-year lifechanging education scholarship. 
Level 2 Restrictions Apply from 10 December
10 Dec 2019
Level 2 Restrictions Apply from 10 December
Water restrictions target outdoor water use, but there are some indoor water uses that are subject to restrictions, such as filling indoor swimming pools and water features, and operating car wash businesses in shopping centre car parks. 
Fratelli Fresh Brings La Dolce Vita to Westfield Miranda Free House-Made Gelato Children’s Face Painting
10 Dec 2019
Fratelli Fresh Brings La Dolce Vita to Westfield Miranda Free House-Made Gelato Children’s Face Painting
Fratelli Fresh is making its debut in the Sutherland Shire, opening at Westfield Miranda on Friday, 13 December and bringing Sydney’s favourite, family-friendly Italian eatery to the city’s South. 
Caringbah Local Recommends Hound Love
9 Dec 2019
Caringbah Local Recommends Hound Love
Try before you buy – foster a rescue greyhound and get 'hound love' 
Christmas to Get a Little Brighter this Season with Family Fun at Stockland Balgowlah
7 Dec 2019
Christmas to Get a Little Brighter this Season with Family Fun at Stockland Balgowlah
Stockland Balgowlah is helping to spread the Christmas spirit, kicking off the season with a lineup of activities and entertainment for the entire family to enjoy. 
Ellie and Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt) Set to be the First Australian Feature to Open Mardi Gras Film Festival in its 27 Year History
7 Dec 2019
Ellie and Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt) Set to be the First Australian Feature to Open Mardi Gras Film Festival in its 27 Year History
Queer Screen’s 27th Mardi Gras Film Festival will open with an Australian feature for the first time in its history with the World Premiere of ELLIE AND ABBIE (AND ELLIE’S DEAD AUNT). 
Tania McMurtry Art Installations at Q Station, Manly
6 Dec 2019
Tania McMurtry Art Installations at Q Station, Manly
Q Station, Sydney Harbour National Park, Manly, is excited to announce that two sculpture installations by Irish-born Sydney artist Tania McMurtry, “A Terrible Beauty” and “The Fragility of Peace”, will be displayed at the Wharf Precinct looking onto Quarantine Beach and Sydney Harbour. 
All Local School Zones Enforced
5 Dec 2019
All Local School Zones Enforced
Stuart Ayres MP, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney today reminds motorists that school zones are in place for all schools until the final day of the 2019 NSW Education Department school term. 
New Research Cracks Higher Fracture Risk in Women
4 Dec 2019
New Research Cracks Higher Fracture Risk in Women
A novel way of analysing scans from bone density machines has revealed that more than 50 per cent of older women have advanced blood vessel disease, putting them at an increased risk of suffering a bone fracture. 
Hydro's Majestic Return to Roaring `20s
2 Dec 2019
Hydro's Majestic Return to Roaring `20s
A century after the outrageous (yet always sophisticated) shenanigans that made it an elegant highlight of our national heritage, the Hydro Majestic Hotel will officially re-enter the Roaring `20s in February. 
European Outdoor Film Tour Coming Soon!
29 Nov 2019
European Outdoor Film Tour Coming Soon!
E.O.F.T. is back with the most inspiring and thrilling adventure films of the year! 
GQ Australia Announces 2019 Men Of The Year Award Winners
29 Nov 2019
GQ Australia Announces 2019 Men Of The Year Award Winners
GQ Australia last night celebrated the 13th annual GQ Men of the Year Awards presented by Audi. Seventeen awards were presented at a black tie gala at the Hyatt Regency in Sydney with seven special digital covers revealed ahead of the special GQ Men of the Year issue going on sale on Monday 02 December. 
Blue Mountains Diva Takes on DIY BurlesKoala Burlesque Competition in Sydney
29 Nov 2019
Blue Mountains Diva Takes on DIY BurlesKoala Burlesque Competition in Sydney
We’ve seen the beauty and glamour of burlesque with the likes of Dita Von Teese paving the glittering way, but have you ever seen such extravagance on a budget? 
Historic Waterfront Boutique Accommodation and Restaurant, Pasadena is Set to Impress this Summer
28 Nov 2019
Historic Waterfront Boutique Accommodation and Restaurant, Pasadena is Set to Impress this Summer
A jewel located on the water’s edge at Church Point on Sydney’s Pittwater, PASADENA has been given a new lease of life. 
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