Including the display at the NYE In The Park festival
Sydneysiders are another step closer to being treated like fully grown adults
“We’ve all lost our studio and live gear, but thankfully we’re all fine.”
Time to have your voice heard.
Ever tried yoga set to music by The Cure, Burial, Aphex Twin and Depeche Mode?
“It’s disrespectful to the dignity and heritage of Anzacs.”
“This is how you exercise your right to be over 40 and still party, without worrying about the millennials getting in the way.”
Fireworks will “explode in a space odyssey above the city”.
The 6m high, 65kg letters have all been adopted.
Today in NOPE.
A new petition is calling for the New South Wales Government to pass new laws to protect Sydney music venues from noise complaints. The petition, created by Sydney musician Siobhan Poynton, notes that Victoria implemented Agent Of Change laws to protect venues from noise complaints in September 2014. The petition calls for similar laws to
Another live music venue has bit the dust with Sydney’s Gaelic Hotel announcing they will no longer host live music beyond this month. The Surry Hills venue has been a staple of Sydney’s live music scene for several years and only recently underwent renovations to become a multi-purpose venue with capacity for 500 punters. Venue