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Sydney photographer travels the world on a Pizza Hut hunt - The Telegraph
Photographer Ho Hai Tran outside the old Pizza Hut in Belfield, now a Korean restaurant, which was the first Pizza Hut in Australia. Picture: John Appleyard THERE is one thing that unites the kids of the ’90s, and it’s the angulated red-roofed restaurant.
Bath Arms Hotel’s quirky new restaurant Fillippos is unlike any pub restaurant you’ve seen before - The Telegraph
THE moment you set foot inside Bath Arms Hotel, it’s hard to believe you’re on Parramatta Rd. Attached to the iconic Bath Arms Hotel, you will discover an extremely stylish, industrial-looking eatery. While they have upped it a notch with renovations ...
Penny farthing bikes will be on display at the Sydney Rides Festival which kicks off on October 10 - m.dailytelegraph.com.au
Ray Patton is an avid penny farthing collector and is a member of the Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club, that specialises in vintage and classic bikes. IT’S AN unusual bike with a very large front wheel and small back called the penny farthing - which was ...
Arsonist lights nine fires in Newtown and Forest Lodge burning bins in back alleys - The Telegraph
Fire Brigade extinguish a fire in a car port in Brown Lane Newtown. Picture: Gordon McComiskie. POLICE are on the hunt for an arsonist who lit nine fires across the inner west last night. Fire fighters were kept busy as they were called in to douse six ...
People are going to freak about this’: Tella Balls Nutella dessert bar to open in Dulwich Hill - The Telegraph
Aki Daikos and Simon Kappatos are jumping for joy that work has begun on their grand dessert bar plans. Picture: Phil Rogers IF YOU love Nutella then you are going to love the latest announcement from the team behind the original Tella Ball milkshake.
Integrity test will be applied at Dulwich Hill Garage Sale Trail on October 24 - m.dailytelegraph.com.au
Courtney Locane with her children Taj, 5, and Bronte, 7, with some of their Garage Sale Trail items and envelopes. As a method of payment, They are asking buyers to drop what they think an item is worth in an envelope. Picture: John Appleyard PEOPLE’S ...
Property of The Clan explores the confronting issues of violence against women - m.dailytelegraph.com.au
Megan Drury will take on dual roles in A Property of the Clan. Megan Drury will take on one of Australia’s most disturbing tales. The 35-year-old will play the role of a teenager (Rachel) who finds herself involved in the sexual assault and murder of a ...
3000 inner west cyclists ride to work every day as numbers increase - The Telegraph
Cyclists as they ride over the Anzac bridge from the City. THE popularity of bike riding continues to increase in the inner west with more than 1500 bike trips over the Anzac Bridge every weekday, as well as 500 on Pyrmont Bridge Rd and 1200 on Wilson St ...
The Horizon encourages Sydney actor to reveal sexuality to parents - The Telegraph
Haberfield's Mark Legge has landed a recurring role on Australia’s biggest internet series, The Horizon. Picture: Daniel Aarons Haberfield’s Mark Legge’s starring role in the world’s largest gay web series, The Horizon, encouraged him to reveal to ...
Reward offered after cameras stolen showing irreplaceable photos of Tegan Waldren’s pregnancy and birth of twin boys - The Telegraph
IRREPLACEABLE photos of Tegan Waldren’s pregnancy, the birth of her premature twins and the first nine months of their lives have been lost after her home was broken into and two digital cameras were stolen. Mrs Waldren is devastated by the loss of ...
Drummyone’s Crust Gourmet Pizza Bar receives five star rating - m.dailytelegraph.com.au
Owner George Papadopoulos at his Crust Gourmet Pizza Bar in Drummoyne, which is the first to received a five star award rating in Canada Bay. Picture: Daniel Aarons If there is one thing George Papadopoulos knows how to do well it’s to make a good pizza.
Leaked government documents reveal plans to get rid of NSW TAFE assets including popular Enmore dog park - The Telegraph
Emily and Alex with dog Rosie, who use the park almost every day. Picture: Carly Earl A LEAKED Cabinet document shows a plan to divest $63 million worth of TAFE NSW assets including excess land at Sydney TAFE Design Centre Enmore, which could include the ...
Thousands expected to flock to Wangal Park wetlands in Croydon as stage one opens to public - The Telegraph
Stage one of Wangal Park was opened on Friday. WANGAL Park looks very different from the site’s days as a brickpit. The new 4.2 hectare green space in Croydon, when complete, will feature three wetlands with surrounding boardwalks, an observation deck ...
Lilli Harris is a swimming and netball star - The Telegraph
Lilli Harris is a champion swimmer from the inner west. Lilli Harris, 14, from Trinity Grammar, may be a quiet achiever, but she’s also a high achiever. The teen from Ashfield has not only been making a splash in the pool in her preferred strokes of ...
A gala fundraiser to raise money for the Rose Gallagher Houses - m.dailytelegraph.com.au
ALIVE program caseworker Coeli Cutcliffe and senior team leader Bron Parker at Rose's Cottage, one of the new homes. Picture: John Appleyard The late Rose Gallagher has bequeathed her Five Dock property to be used as a halfway house for teenagers who had ...