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New licence scheme to be introduced for music festivals

New licence scheme to be introduced for music festivals

From March, organisers will have to apply for a specific liquor license, similar to those for pubs and clubs, for each music festival they hold which is targeted to the risks of the event.

  • by Heather McNab

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Thousands rally for Sydney Women's March
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Thousands rally for Sydney Women's March

Men, women and children of all ages have marched through the streets of Sydney to demand they be made safe for women following the murder of Aiia Maasarwe in Melbourne.

  • by Heather McNab
'They have more lawyers, money and firepower': The development that residents are powerless to stop
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'They have more lawyers, money and firepower': The development that residents are powerless to stop

Should Sydney Harbour retain 24-hour port operations in an area surrounded by high-density residential developments?

  • by Andrew Taylor
'Completely unsuitable': Concerns about new ship terminal mount as Labor vows to scrap plan
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'Completely unsuitable': Concerns about new ship terminal mount as Labor vows to scrap plan

Sydney needs a new cruise ship terminal, according to the NSW government, but proposed sites in Botany Bay face strong opposition.

  • by Andrew Taylor
Morning Update: Friday January 18

Morning Update: Friday January 18

Prince Philip has been in a car accident, Lleyton Hewitt has made astounding accusations against Bernard Tomic, and temperature records continue to be broken across NSW.

  • by Ben Weir
'Just devastating': Olympic dreams shattered by Macquarie Ice Rink demolition

'Just devastating': Olympic dreams shattered by Macquarie Ice Rink demolition

''it is all a part of us, and we are all feeling it today."

  • by Sarah Keoghan
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Macquarie Ice Rink the latest Sydney icon to announce closure
City life

Macquarie Ice Rink the latest Sydney icon to announce closure

The rink is not the first Sydney leisure institution to shut its doors for good

  • by Rachel Clun
Petitions launched as Macquarie Ice Rink faces demolition
City life

Petitions launched as Macquarie Ice Rink faces demolition

The 39-year-old ice rink, which was upgraded in 2017, has been a training ground for figure skaters, ice hockey players and Olympians.

  • by Rachel Clun
A 'building site': Tower residents told to stay away from their homes
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A 'building site': Tower residents told to stay away from their homes

Experts investigating the cracked Opal Tower building have recommended that all residents should delay moving back until further investigations have taken place by independent engineers.

  • by Josh Dye
Morning Update: Tuesday January 15

Morning Update: Tuesday January 15

Sydney commuters will soon be able to catch driverless trains, Bernard Tomic's astonishing spray at Lleyton Hewitt, and China ponders a 3D-printed moon research station.

  • by Ben Weir
This Sydney council wants to block cars so kids can play in the street
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This Sydney council wants to block cars so kids can play in the street

Faced with a growing number of families living in high-density suburbs, one inner city council has an idea to get children playing on the street again.

  • by Megan Gorrey