OzHarvest calls on us all to Think Eat Save

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Chinese New Year 2016: Year of the Monkey


Food waste in Australia is a social & environmental problem that costs us $10 billion each year. We simply must fix this, and the small changes we can all make really do add up. Well done @OzHarvest for today's #thinkeatsave events.

Perfect weather for #NationalTreeDay. Come join us in Sydney Park this afternoon to help plant 1,000s of new trees!

Last night we unveiled the program for next year’s Sydney Chinese New Year Festival -- celebrating the Year of the Monkey. With light rail construction transforming the CBD, we have re-imagined the Festival and will make it bigger and better than ever. The Festival’s main feature, “Lunar Lanterns”, will see giant lanterns representing animal signs of the Chinese Zodiac in CBD locations from 6–14 February 2016. It could look like the render above -- we're still working through lanterns and locations. Where would you like to see a giant lantern?

The City lobbied and jointly paid for a new set of traffic lights at this busy intersection in Ultimo. We worked closely with the Ultimo PS P&C to get the lights installed and make it easier and safer for parents and kids on their walk to school. It was great to meet some of this intersection's new users on their way this morning -- happy walkers all round.


Own a replica edition of the retro Clover Moore poster and support City leadership that gets things done!