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Zinesters celebrate Sirius

Sirius and its best known resident Myra are in the news constantly. Sirius is at the top of the SOSBrutalism campaign at the German Architecture Museum (Deutches ArchitekturMuseum). Myra is still at the top of Sirius with her SOS lights shining. These are soon to be accompanied by a special neon display for Vivid. All […]

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Remembering Nita McCrae

   Nita McCrae and Jack Mundey are the two people most responsible for saving The Rocks and Millers Point from destruction in the 1970s. It was Nita McCrae who contacted unions and anyone she thought might lend support to save The Rocks, but no-one responded until she wrote to the Secretary of the Builders Labourers […]

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Community Work Recognised

John McInerney has been made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in recognition of his community work and lifelong involvement in town planning. John McInerney is the Chair of the Millers Point Resident Action Group, and a member of the Working Party and the Sirius Foundation, three groups  working on behalf of the […]

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Sing Up Country on Australia Day

Developed in consultation with Eora and Darug community leaders and language experts, this event will launch what might be a very different Australia Day in 2017. Jacinta Tobin will lead Choir Rocks amongst the 250 voices singing Budjari Gunyalungalung Baraya-la (Let’s Sing Good Dreaming) at 8am on top of Barangaroo Reserve. This is part of a […]

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