The NSW Government cancelled this week’s debate on the Elephant Shooters Business Voting Bill and is now considering amendments.

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I was delighted to read today that the growing number of small bars in our city is helping boost Sydney’s live music scene – Size doesn’t matter for Sydney’s top small music venues

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Oxford Street has plenty going for it – creative businesses, art schools and universities, cafes, cinemas, bookstores, secret gardens in the Reservoir, Saturday markets and glamorous day spas.

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This week I was delighted to join John Kaldor at the Royal Botanic Gardens for the announcement of Kaldor Public Art Projects’ 45th anniversary project.

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Lord Mayor Clover Moore has called on the NSW Parliament to abandon the Shooters and Fishers Party City of Sydney Amendment (Elections) Bill 2014 after it was revealed today that an independent review of the Victorian local government election process has recommended major changes to business voting in Melbourne.

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Hundreds of people braved heavy rains this morning to attend a public meeting about a push by the Shooters and Fishers Party to manipulate local government voting laws. Read more

It was terrific to help launch one of my favourite events last night, Vogue Fashion Night Out.

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Business in the City of Sydney should and can already choose to vote in local council elections and it’s easier for them to vote here than anywhere else in NSW.

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Please join me tomorrow at 11am in Sydney Square to call on the Government to honour a fundamental principle of our democracy – one vote, one value!

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The only spin in this story is the front page of the Daily Telegraph.

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Here’s what just some people are saying about the Shooters Bill:

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Recent planning and development processes for foreshore land have created significant community distrust about how the State Government will plan and redevelop the Bays Precinct.

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On Monday night Council formally resolved to oppose the Shooters and Fishers – City of Sydney Amendment (Elections) Bill 2014 and called on the NSW Government to withdraw support for their proposal.

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Sydney’s littlest photographers have demonstrated talent comes in small packages, with twenty finalists selected from 150 entries for the 2014 Little Sydney Lives exhibition and prize.

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Public Meeting, Saturday 6 September, Sydney Square from 11am

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I’ve written to the Premier to let him know the City of Sydney formally resolved to call on the Government to withdraw its support of the Shooters and Fisher’s Bill on business voting.

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It’s disappointing that supporters of the Shooters & Fishers Bill on business voting in the City of Sydney need to rely on misleading claims and factually incorrect information to support their case.

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Liberal City of Sydney Councillor, Christine Forster’s op ed in the Daily Telegraph has revealed she’s out of touch with businesses on Oxford Street.

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In just over a week Sydney will play host to the Bingham Cup – rugby union’s gay world cup.

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New research published this week by The Climate Institute, WWF-Australia and ACF shows that scrapping or reducing Australia’s mandatory Renewable Energy Target (RET) would do nothing to reduce household energy costs. Read more

It’s easier for businesses in the City of Sydney to vote in local government elections than anywhere else in NSW. Businesses only need to operate for three months before they can enrol to vote (as opposed to three years in other local government areas).

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Sydney City is one of the fastest growing areas in terms of jobs and residents. And the City of Sydney has played a large part in that. For the last ten years, we’ve made the area one of the most desirable places in Australia to live and work.  Read more

The Shooters and Fishers Party and the Liberal Party are working together to manipulate democracy and to dilute the voting rights of NSW residents. And they’re doing it by blatantly misleading the public.

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Today the Government announced to the media that they would support a Bill by the Shooters and Fishers Party to manipulate how people can vote in the City of Sydney.

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The average resident in the City of Sydney generates 329kg of waste each year. One of our most important jobs at the City is ensuring that residents’ waste is collected and disposed of properly.

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Visualising the devastating effects of climate change can be challenging, but a new exhibition at Customs House is full of stunning reminders of the challenge we face.

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More entertainment options in the city that aren’t focussed on drinking is something I’m very keen to see more of.

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Last night Council supported my Lord Mayoral Minute to request that the NSW Government remove the Oxford Street clearway and reduce the speed limit to 40km/h.

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(10am, Sunday 14 September 2014, Millers Point)

Welcome everyone to the Millers Point Spring Picnic Day.

Today is about celebrating your community, and acknowledging your strength and resilience during what has been an exceptionally difficult time. Read more

(11am, Saturday 6 September 2014, Sydney Square)

Hello, everyone. Thank you for coming and showing you care about our City. I want to first of all acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the traditional custodians of our land, and I also acknowledge the 200 nationalities who live in our city.

Why are we here?

This rally is about corruption of our democracy.

The Elephant Shooters Party has a Bill before Parliament which the Premier says his Government will support! Read more

(6pm, Friday 5 September 2014, Benledi Glebe)

Thank you, Mac [North, MC]. Hello, everyone.

I am very pleased to be here again to open the Glebe Art show which the City supports and which happens each year thanks not only to your artistic talent but also to the hard work and dedication of volunteers at every stage of the process. Read more

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