Where to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth II in Sydney

Where to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth II in Sydney

Residents in western Sydney can watch the week’s events unfold on a big screen,while church services in the CBD and Parramatta will honour the late monarch.

  • byMegan Gorrey andMichael Koziol

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Controversial plan to merge museums slammed as ‘bizarre’ by experts

Controversial plan to merge museums slammed as ‘bizarre’ by experts

The merger of the state archives collection with the custodian of 12 historic homes and museums is dangerous and ill-considered,say some former leaders of these cultural institutions.

  • byLinda Morris
The aircraft hangar,the ice skaters and the fight to save 51 years of history
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The aircraft hangar,the ice skaters and the fight to save 51 years of history

A Sydney community is fighting to save the longest running Olympic-sized ice rink in Australia.

  • byBillie Eder
‘Plaza for our people’:Sydney to get a new public square honouring Queen Elizabeth II

‘Plaza for our people’:Sydney to get a new public square honouring Queen Elizabeth II

Work is expected to start on the outdoor plaza later this year - but not everyone is happy it will bear the name of the British monarch.

  • byMegan Gorrey andLucy Cormack
We did but see her passing by:Sydney mourns Queen Elizabeth II

We did but see her passing by:Sydney mourns Queen Elizabeth II

Sydney’s residents left dozens of bunches of flowers at Government House on Friday,as church bells tolled 96 times to mark the death of Britain’s monarch.

  • byMegan Gorrey
Bring workers back three days a week to ensure CBD survives:productivity head

Bring workers back three days a week to ensure CBD survives:productivity head

Peter Achterstraat says the five-day office working week is a thing of the past but the city remains essential to both innovation and tourism.

  • byNatassia Chrysanthos
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Post-European tour,this is how Justin Hemmes celebrated his actual 50th

Post-European tour,this is how Justin Hemmes celebrated his actual 50th

It wasn’t all champagne showers for the Merivale frontman on the day he blew out the candles. Plus,Guy Sebastian popped into what might be his new local cafe.

  • byLucy Manly
Sydney can’t pretend to be a world-class city with this transport chaos

Sydney can’t pretend to be a world-class city with this transport chaos

This long,expensive fight that’s crippling Sydney’s transport network will come with no upside and a significant cost for commuters.

  • byJordan Baker
Grand opening of the stadium that almost lost government an election

Grand opening of the stadium that almost lost government an election

Premier Dominic Perrottet declared an end to half-time beer and bathroom queues as he opened the controversial $828 million Allianz Stadium that almost cost his government an election.

  • byLucy Cormack
Government heritage advisers lodge ‘strong objection’ to Barangaroo plan

Government heritage advisers lodge ‘strong objection’ to Barangaroo plan

The state’s own advisory council said the proposal would compromise the heritage of Millers Point and diminish Observatory Hill.

  • byMichael Koziol
ANU whizz kids’ crypto platform a favourite of cyber criminals
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ANU whizz kids’ crypto platform a favourite of cyber criminals

The ANU loved its crypto bros. Russian hackers loved them too ... for different reasons.

  • byKishor Napier-Raman andRachel Eddie