Sydney is arguably the best city in the world to celebrate New Year’s Eve. If you haven’t booked a cruise or restaurant or restricted blanket spot then it may already be too late, however there are plenty of free vantage points from which to enjoy the spectacular fireworks. Remember to prepare well, bring plenty of…

The Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) has gone to the dogs thanks to a new recruit. Bailey Haggarty, Assistant Director for Seagulls, has just curated his first exhibition and it’s obvious he was all at sea. But enough with the puns. Bailey Haggarty is in fact a three year old border collie, adopted from Australian…

Dutch singer Judith Nijland will bring a new interpretation to the music of ABBA when she performs at Foundry 616 next month. A highly regarded jazz singer in the Netherlands, Ms Nijland has re-imagined many of the most popular Swedish super groups’ songs in her show, A Jazz Tribute To ABBA. Audiences will vaguely recognise…

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) is collaborating with Microsoft, Western Sydney University and other corporate and education partners to create an innovative new learning centre for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics – the Centre for STEAM. Its first program will be Full STEAM Ahead, a joint venture between  Australian Business and…

The Star hosted yet another premium red-carpet event with the AACTA Awards on Wednesday December 7. The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts celebrated its 6th Award Ceremony and the guest list included some of the most recognised Australian and international screen industry talent. Though they had to squelch along the red carpet under…

Green Cities 2017 is a building sustainability conference that will be held in  Sydney from 6 − 8 March 2017 at Darling Harbour International Convention Centre. Sponsored by City of Sydney and run by the Property Council of Australia and the Green Building Council of Australia, the theme ‘Fast Forward to the Future’ will examine…

Sydney TAFE has introduced a new Bachelor of Business degree that is aimed at providing universal business knowledge and skills. The three year degree will allow students to have a specialised focus so that they can tailor their learning to suit their own career, and it will be appropriate for people starting, changing or advancing…

University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is currently in discussion with university and business partners to establish a UTS Centre in China in the interests of promoting research and development, industry engagement, commercialisation and research training. Recently, UTS signed four partnership agreements in China, worth a total value of more than $31million. “UTS is proud to…

Paddy’s Markets has acquired a classic VW Kombi Van. Painted in retro-look colours with an historic logo on its side, the van is a mobile artwork as well as being functional. What’s more, you can win a visit from the van to your community event. It will arrive laden with fresh fruit, flowers, produce and…

Broadway Shopping Centre is now offering a safe, sheltered place to park your bike while you do some light shopping. With more and more people opting for cycling as a healthy, environmentally friendly mode of transport, the demand for pole space is ever increasing. Bike Block, located on the ground floor of the North Car…