If you haven’t been to The Star since the Grand Foyer was completed several months ago, then you really are missing out. The spectacular entrance features a massive curved digital screen that responds to movement and touch. Short videos and content are displayed at given times during the day, depicting the heart and character of…

It might be surprising to know that around one fifth of the Australian population – that’s roughly four million people – have a disability, yet that segment is widely ignored by marketers and businesses.  People with a disability may have many unique needs but they also share a lot of needs and wants that are…

It’s one of the precinct’s most beloved events and it’s just around the corner! Christmas In Pyrmont, is a proud, successful community event run by a team of dedicated elves who work tirelessly throughout the year to raise funds. It’s a big and bubbly outdoor festival with all day entertainment, stalls, food, and fun. This…

The hasty review of Pyrmont planning controls called by Gladys Berejiklian last month has now been completed. The NSW Premier ordered the Greater Sydney Commission to re-assess planning controls after the highly controversial Ritz-Carlton tower had its Building Approval rejected. In its assessment report, the NSW Department of Planning and Environment outlined several reasons for…

The popular American Express Open Air Cinema returns to Metcalfe Park at the end of this month. Featuring a program of films across every classification, and an exciting food and drinks menu, this will be a buzzing evening hub in Pyrmont. The season kicks off on October 31 with the perfect Halloween horror, It:Chapter 2.…

A very successful Pyrmont Festival wound up its ninth year after a 16 day program celebrating food, wine, art and the sheer joy of living. Once again, festival partner Orange 360, came to the party with an impressive showcase of wine, beer, local produce, and warm country cheer. The weekend event in Pirrama Park drew…

Sydney has launched its first on-demand ferry service. The six month trial is being conducted in the Bays Precinct with single destination routes going between Barangaroo Wharf and either Pirrama Park, Sydney Fish Market, or Blackwattle Bay Park in Glebe. (You can’t travel between the latter three destinations. See map) Fares for a one way…

Netstripes’ signature networking event, Bizuption, is happening again in November, with special guest of honour, Senator The Hon Michaelia Cash. Founder and head Netstriper, Dinesh De Silva, will apply his charm and business acumen in an informative but relaxed discussion with the Federal Minister for Small and Family Business; Skills and Vocational Education. Born in…

Pyrmont has known few residents who made an impression like Mandy Mailey did. She had a personality that was as loud and colourful as her hair, and a bottomless heart full of love. Mandy’s passing on September 27 racked the community with sadness and disbelief – we thought she was indestructible. Born in Northern Ireland…

It’s small business month and there are lots of information events happening around the state and online. These short, mostly free, events cover all aspects of starting, running, and improving your small business, as well as providing networking and pitching opportunities. Learn legal basics in a free 1 hour seminar conducted by Longton Legal. Find…