Photo Gallery: Ngaiire + Beckah Amani + Jerome Blazê – City Hall, Sydney (30.09.22)

Photo Gallery: Ngaiire + Beckah Amani + Jerome Blazê – City Recital Hall, Sydney (30.09.22) – The AU Review Bruce Baker October 3, 2022 Comments Off on photo gallery: Ngaiire + Beckah Amani + Jerome Blazê – City Recital Hall, Sydney (30.09.22) Ngaire brought her rescheduled 3 album tour to Sydney’s City Recital … Read more

Jesse Lane: Boy, 12, shut down business at Coogee Beach by city council

A 12-year-old boy who had closed his snack vending business in Sydney’s eastern suburbs after complaints received a surge of support from locals. Jesse Lane saves some serious pocket money from selling cold drinks, repellents, dog treats and sunscreen in a tent on the Bondi to Coogee walk. But the business was shut down after … Read more

House prices in Sydney: city region where prices have fallen by 12 percent in a year

Property prices have fallen as much as 12 percent in some regions of Sydney over the past year, while continuing to rise in cheaper western suburbs. PropTrack’s latest Home Price Index released Saturday showed Sydney house prices fell more slowly in the spring, with declines in other capitals overshadowing those in the Harbor City. Real … Read more

Nigel Farage punches ‘leftist’ protester outside Conservative Political Action Conference in Sydney

British broadcaster and political commentator Nigel Farage has lashed out at a young protester after he was confronted by the man in Sydney on Saturday afternoon. The former UK Independence Party leader visited Australia to speak at the two-day Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), held at the Darling Harbor International Convention Centre. But Mr Farage’s … Read more

Jacinta Price reflects on response to her maiden speech, said she enjoyed watching Labor senators ‘squirm and grimace’

Indigenous Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price has reflected on the moment she “wrapped and grimaced” Labor senators during her maiden speech to Parliament. Senator Price used her opening speech to the Senate Chamber in late July to argue for real change for the Indigenous peoples instead of “meaningless virtue signaling.” At the Conservative Political Action Conference … Read more

Sydney: Tony Abbott speaks at Conservative conference, protests against far-right politics

Sydney-based activist groups protest outside a conference in Sydney, where former Prime Minister Tony Abbott is the keynote speaker. The Community Action for Rainbow Rights (CARR) and Campaign Against Racism and Fascism (CARF) met outside the International Convention Center in Sydney, where the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) takes place. Speakers at the event will … Read more

Surprising finding on house prices after rate hikes: PropTrack report

House prices fell 0.19% on average across Australia in September – the smallest drop since April in what could be a welcome relief for homeowners. In capital cities, prices fell by 0.22 percent overall, the PropTrack report found. This means that prices in the capital have reversed with prices falling over the past seven months, … Read more

Home values ​​tipped to grow in Canterbury-Bankstown despite Sydney’s downturn

Sydney’s Canterbury-Bankstown area – once awash with decaying fibro homes – has become one of the few metropolitan areas where house prices are expected to continue to rise amid the ongoing housing market downturn. A Price Predictor Report released by research group Hotspotting revealed that 14 of the 22 suburbs in the area continued to … Read more

Where to buy a property in Sydney for $100,000 less than pre-Covid prices

Properties in parts of Sydney have become more than $100,000 cheaper than before the Covid pandemic started due to massive price drops – especially in the past six months. Most of the 34 suburbs where prices were now cheaper than in 2019 were located around the CBD, Parramatta and the north coast, according to PropTrack … Read more

Residents of Mosman debate about parking boat trailer

A heated debate has erupted among residents of an affluent Sydney suburb, where locals are chasing the owner of a boat they believe is causing a lot of nuisance. While Palle Lunoe’s ship is legally parked on a residential street in Mosman, on the city’s north coast, residents claimed in a Facebook post this week … Read more