This Friday June 22 is the first in the three part series of the Winter Solstice Pyrmont Pop Up event. Union Square will be the focal point with a program of events leading into the evening. Click on the images below to read the program and see the event map. For more information and a…

How do you get from Anzac Bridge to The Star in 3 seconds? By moving your token on the Pyrmont Edition Monopoly board. Bendigo Bank Pyrmont are producing the customised edition of the classic game and inviting local businesses to be immortalised in the artwork or as one of the game elements. Major cities, retail…

We’re officially over the Winter hump and Spring is just around the corner – and so is the fresh, new Pyrmont Festival! Pyrmont Festival of Wine, Food and Art is the precinct’s preeminent event, attracting thousands of locals, visitors and tourists: wine connoisseurs,  foodies, merchants, artists, makers, and lovers of life gather in Pirrama Park…

International Grammar School (IGS) is running a Kindergarten Tour in August to show potential young students and parents the wonderful programs and facilities they offer. The tour will introduce attendees to the unique IGS community which is diverse, engaged, creative, and multiculturally rich. Parents and children will have an opportunity to talk to staff and…

It’s that time again. People are wearing national flags as capes and covering their faces with patriotic war paint. Thankfully, though, there are no vuvuzelas! (remember those maddening horns). The Star is getting into the sporting spirit with meal deals, entertainment and bigger than life LED screen. Here’s what they’ll be doing from coin toss…

The Australian Life photography exhibition is now accepting entries and the best photo will earn its snapper $10,000. The competition, organised by City Of Sydney, is part of their Art And About initiative which encourages creation and public display of artworks around the city. Finalists from this year’s competition will have their photographs blown up…

ThinkChangeGrow is a people & culture consulting agency founded by ex-Googlers, Hiam Sakakini & Monika Gisler. They’re hosting a breakfast roundtable this Monday June 25  where they will  share  some valuable insights they gained from working at Google. The Roundtable is a perfect opportunity for HR professionals & social impact managers to meet and mingle…

Tributes continue to flow for Irene Doutney who passed away on June 11 after a three year battle with cancer. Doutney was much loved and respected in the community. Member of The Greens, City of Sydney Councillor, Deputy Lord Mayor, activist, and champion of the forgotten and marginalised. She was a 78er – one of…

If men’s fashion strikes you as dull and repetitive then the menswear exhibition at Powerhouse Museum may well change your mind. Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015 is the most significant exhibition of its kind ever assembled and features over 130 garments by the biggest names in the business including: Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Chanel,…

On May 25 this year the European Commission implemented the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which describes very stringent data collection, processing and storage rules for businesses operating in the European Union. Why should anyone in Australia be concerned? According to the European Commission website, the law applies to:  a company or entity which processes…