The PUCC AGM and Spring networking event will be held at Terminus Pyrmont Hotel on Monday November 19. Members only are invited to attend the AGM from 5:30pm to 6pm to hear reports, vote on the executive committee and participate in business as described in the Notice of AGM. From 6pm onwards, the event is…

The seventh Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival is being held this November – and if seven is a lucky number, then “lady luck” will guarantee its success. Presented by Sydney Improvised Music Association (SIMA), this year’s festival brings top notch jazz artists from USA, Finland and Japan to our shores to share the bill with…

Get as close to the action without being trackside by celebrating Melbourne Cup at The Star. They’ll be in full racing mode with entertainment, great food packages, an equine vibe and prizes for best dressed. So dress to the nines, get a bunch of bubbly loving friends and spend Cup Day at one of these…

City of Sydney is holding a series of community meetings in November to allow local residents and business owners to share their thoughts on how the city should progress in the next few decades. Sustainable Sydney 2050 looks beyond the agenda and initiatives of Sydney 2030 to further consider the expanding needs of an ever…

The annual Christmas In Pyrmont street fair has become a local feature and much anticipated event. It is organised by Christmas In Pyrmont Inc, a not-for-profit collective of volunteers from around Pyrmont and Ultimo and it is their pinnacle fundraising event. John Street is closed off to accommodate stalls, entertainment, amusements, food and drink outlets,…

If you were a Star Wars character what kind would you be? Rebel fighter? Wookie? Jedi Knight? Evil Sith Lord? Here’s your chance to find out. Museum of Arts and Applied Sciences (MAAS) is holding an interactive exhibition: STAR WARS™ Identities at the Powerhouse Museum from November 16. Visitors will be able to create their…

City Of Sydney’s Small Business Digital 101 seminar series has been an incredible success if attendance and feedback is anything to go by. With guest presenters that have featured specialists from Google, Facebook and Instagram and panelists that include local business owners who have made good, the information has been invaluable. The networking session afterwards…

Plastic is a scourge in our waterways, yet it is also a durable, versatile and re-usable material. Combine those factors in a positive way and the outcome is an art installation that repurposes plastic debris into sea themed sculptures. Au Karem Ira Lamar Lu  – Ghost Nets Of The Ocean, is an exhibition of artworks…

Pyrmont Festival 2018 was a wonderful success, with the move to September bringing the brightness and enthusiasm of Spring, and the new partnership with Orange Region bringing fresh, cool climate flavours in a premium selection of wines. Sydney weather was characteristically fickle giving us a clear, hot Saturday then dropping into a much cooler, windy…

University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) had the privilege recently of hosting Google’s Chief Economist, Dr Hal Varian, who gave a presentation in which he addressed the ever present spectre of automation and robotics and it’s perceived threat to human participation in the workforce. The event hosted by UTS Business School and the Centre for Policy…

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