Due to a delay in development approval, the first Pyrmont Bay Market will now take place on Sunday August 4. Experienced market operator, Browse Events will manage the markets, bringing a high level of professionalism, imagination, and knowledge and re-invigorating the much loved monthly community event. Plans to reinstate the market have been circulating for…

In 2017, City Of Sydney conducted 6000 surveys among local residents, domestic visitors and international travellers to try and build a visitor profile of its villages. They asked respondents to rate their level of satisfaction on various criteria, then compared the answers with demographics and ultimately put together scorecards for 11 specific areas within the…

The City Of Sydney is encouraging businesses within its jurisdiction to take the pledge to reduce single-use plastic. It is part of their big picture goal to eliminate land-fill waste and create a healthier, more sustainable city. Through the joint efforts of Better Buildings Partnership, Sustainable Destination Partnership, and City Switch, over 30 organisations have…

According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) the number of businesses in this country that fell prey to scams increased by 53% from 2017 to 2018. The estimated loss by scammed businesses in 2018 is around $7.2million, with many small to medium sized businesses being forced to close down as a result. The…

The recent forced evacuations of Opal Tower in Homebush and Mascot Towers in Mascot has caused grave concerns among new apartment owners throughout Sydney and cast a dubious eye over the building industry as a whole. Greens Member for Sydney, Alex Greenwich has repeatedly addressed Parliament calling for investigation into negligent and unsafe practices and…

The Visit Pyrmont Ultimo map made its official debut at the well attended launch event hosted by Mister Percy at Ovolo 1888. Guests were treated to premium wines and delicious canapes while the maps were distributed and enthusiastically perused. City of Sydney councillor, Robert Kok was in attendance, as were many prominent local business owners,…

After 44 years at Sydney Fish Market, Bryan Skepper has decided to pull off the rubber boots for good and sail off towards new horizons. During his time with SFM he has seen significant change, and he leaves just as the market is about to experience a monumental transformation (although he will remain on as…

Google is holding a free business event at its headquarters in Pyrmont. Presented by Be Media, a national digital marketing agency, the presentation will provide insights and advice on how businesses need to think strategically to navigate the digital landscape in the near future. They’ll cover topics including: • How Australians are thinking and using…

NAIDOC week takes place in July each year and celebrates the unique history and culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This year’s theme is “Voice. Treaty. Truth” and a beautiful way to manifest that theme is through a yarning circle. The Uniting Harris Community Centre together with Heartdancers, KU Ultimo and Pyrmont…

University of Technology, Sydney has announced former NSW Premier and Foreign Minister, Bob Carr as their new Industry Professor. The three year tenure will have Professor Carr working alongside university experts in policy development, government relations, and climate change to help develop implementable policies to address climate change. Based equally in the Institute for Sustainable…

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