Local St George News
NSW businesses make Safety Promise
June 17, 2018
More than 100 NSW businesses have pledged to provide a healthy and safe workplace through SafeWork NSW’s innovative Safety Promise program.
The program involves b...
Advice to Toys R Us customers
May 23, 2018
Toys R Us customers with valid gift cards, or goods held under deposit, are being updated on their options after the company was placed into administration.
More than 40...
Switch to paperless bills and save money
May 14, 2018
The state’s consumer watchdog is encouraging people to get their bills electronically to help save money on unnecessary fees.
NSW Fair Trading Commissioner Rose Webb...
Sydney's season of style about to begin
May 09, 2018
Sydney is set to celebrate a sparkling season dedicated to style as part of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia.
Supported by the City of Sydney, it will be the fashion event of ...
Dedicated Park at South Village development
April 07, 2018
The public parkland and a playground for the community at South Village, Kirrawee is getting closer to being a reality. The 9,000 square metres of park will create an attractive an...
Festival of fun and dance for older Sydneysiders
March 28, 2018
From a Zumba Gold street party to a comedy show and pop-up exhibition, this April promises plenty of smiles for older Sydneysiders.
The City of Sydney’s Seniors Festival, fr...
New Year brings ancient China to modern Sydney
February 16, 2018
Mastering the art of Chinese dance means racking up thousands of air miles for Cynthia Xin, who frequently visits China to train for the Sydney Chinese New Year Festival.
Welcome to Country comes to life for NYE
December 15, 2017
A stunning animation featuring a grandfather and grandson’s journey along the rivers of the Eora Nation will come to life on the pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge this New ...
Does the NSW Government need a rethink on WestConn
October 08, 2017
Lord Mayor Clover Moore will join forces with transport experts, health experts and community representatives at a public meeting next week to call on the NSW Government to rethink...
Consumers urged to be aware of their rights as pop
September 28, 2017
The season for pop-up events is rapidly approaching, prompting consumer affairs agencies around the country to remind event organisers and consumers to be aware of their rights and...
Rockdale Library Receives National Recognition
June 29, 2017
Rockdale Library has been awarded a Highly Commended in the 2017 inaugural Australian Library and Information Association Library Design Awards and was one of 17 shortlisted ...
Dolls Point Observation Deck Rebuilt
June 29, 2017
The reconstruction of the Dolls Point observation deck, severely damaged in last year’s storms, is finished and the popular deck is now open to the public.
Join Our Free Hawthorne Street Bushcare Group
June 12, 2017
Have fun, care for the environment and meet new friends at Council’s Hawthorne Street Bushcare Group. The Bayside Bushcare program aims to regenerate, protect and prese...
Anchor furniture to keep our kids safe
April 02, 2017
Tragically, up to two children die and hundreds of children are injured in Australian households every year by furniture or TVs toppling over.
Today, NSW Fair Trading and other co...
Enjoy a Multicultural Dance and Dine
March 13, 2017
Learn more about your multicultural neighbours with a fun initiative that involves dance and food.
Kogarah Community Services is offering local residents five free dance cl...
Investigating Abandoned Cars
February 21, 2017
Reports of abandoned vehicles are investigated by Council Rangers and removed in accordance with the provisions of the Impounding Act 1993.
This Act requires Council to iss...
Setting The Record Straight
February 13, 2017
In response to a recent Press Release by Anti-Amalgamation group Bring Back Botany Bay, the newly formed Bayside Council Administrator, Mr Greg Wright felt it was time to set...