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  1. Julian Assange Seeks Asylum in Ecuador

    On Tuesday the 19th June there was a new twist in the Julian Assange case. In an effort to avoid extradition to Sweden to face the charges around sexual assault he has sought asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. According to Assange there is more to the allegations emanating from Sweden than meets the [...]

  2. 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 [...]

  3. Farmers’ markets deliver sweet reprieve from supermarket pressure

    As the pressure supermarkets are placing on farmers continues to compound, more and more are turning to farmers’ markets to survive.

  4. Out-Squatting The Squatter. By D.Max

    From the onset of Australia’s settlement in 1788, with the claim by Captain James Cook that the land was “ Terra nullus”, unoccupied, began a ‘squatocracy’ that has evolved into the building of nationhood and a way of life for all migrants, including myself. It is no coincidence then that in a bay where some [...]

  5. Pyrmont Growers’ Market: a buzzing, social, foodie hive

    The Pyrmont Growers’ Market has come and gone for the month of February. But, are they worth waiting around for each month?

  6. Pyrmont Skin Care: Are you looking after your skin?

    Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the body? It weighs about 3.5 kg and covers about 2 square meters! No wonder it’s imperative to look after this waterproof and insulating shield. Here are 5 skin care tips to ensure your skin is as healthy as possible. Keep your skin hydrated [...]

  7. Pilates Pyrmont and Bootcamp Pyrmont: An active body for health and happiness

    Do you feel sad sometimes? You’re not alone! Everyone feels sad from time to time, but depression is characterised by prolonged feelings of sadness, dejection and hopelessness. One in five women and one in eight men will experience depression at some point in their lives. So here’s the good news… keeping active can be a [...]

  8. 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 [...]

  9. Cafe XXII, Pyrmont

    Whether you have a voracious sweet tooth, crave somewhere serene to relax in inner Sydney, have a thing for icons of past eras or love yourself a good coffee, Café XXII is the place for you.

  10. Pyrama, Pyrmont

    At first glance it would seem that Pyrama’s Spring menu special delivers a great deal given the inner city location. But is this really the case and is the restaurant worth visiting?

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