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  1. What I Did For Love

    A solo cabaret show called What I Did For Love, will be playing at El Rocco, Potts Point on May 10th and 11th. The show is written by and featuring Sydney actor Anne Wilson, who will be accompanied by musical director Steven Kramer on piano. Anne recently toured the show down to the Melbourne Fringe [...]

  2. WA Minister Redman’s GM silence

    By Sheshtyn de Souza While Australians have been preoccupied with the cricket and what Elle Macpherson was wearing at this week’s Golden Globes, a more subtle (and arguably less attractive) debate has surfaced once again regarding genetically modified foods. With a Farmer Protection Bill to be introduced by the Greens early this year, Pyrmont Village contacted [...]

  3. The Fight for Organic

    By Sheshtyn de Souza A Western Australian farmer is getting ready for the battle of a lifetime. Steve Marsh is a soft-spoken organic farmer from Kojonup, a town located 250km south east of Perth. Marsh talks to me over the phone in timid, diminutive tones, and despite being quite talkative about his situation, he trails [...]

  4. Is Pyrmont Village a Sustainable Community … Why?

    Sustainability seeks to encourage economic growth that benefits the local environment, rather than growth that occurs at its expense. The economic growth experienced in the Western world since the days of industrialisation has precipitated an environmental crisis. We’re rapidly running out of the resources that sustain the standard of living most of us enjoy, and [...]

  5. Pyrmont Art Festival winner takes out Environmental Art Prize

    We are pleased to report that the winner of the Pyrmont Village sponsored prize at the Pyrmont Art Festival, Amanda Seddon, has also scooped up the recent Environmental Art Prize. Her winning work “FreeTurtle soup”, is a mixed media piece, using acrylics & recycled wrapping paper on Recycled board. Amanda is achieving impressive results, having [...]

  6. Pyrmont Restaurants: Some Tasty Options within Walking Distance

    If you are feeling hungry and not sure where or what to eat, I would recommend the many delectable restaurants in Pyrmont Village. One might be mistaken for thinking that there is not that much to choose from but this is no longer the case. Pyrmont Village Restaurants offer an abundance of options to suit [...]

  7. Pyrmont Village in Chaos!

    Its not every day, that ones inner city, harbourside hamlet (Pyrmont) is party to underbelly type real life drama, however yesterday it was. The sight of heavily armed policeman evacuating laneways and streets around the corner from one’s favourite cafes, was trully frightening. Yes Pyrmont Village was front and center yesterday in a real life [...]

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