Mental health matters

It has been a hectic year for many of us, so it’s essential as the year comes to an end, to take a check on your mental health. Here, Cindy Kennedy speaks to some experts with great self-care tips.

Rock ‘n’ Roll with The Grateful Dads

Initially formed for a one-off fundraising gig at Birchgrove Public School six years ago, as the dads had kids at the school. The Grateful Dads have now gone on to play nearly 100 more shows since, and have built up a passionate fan base.

Five minutes over coffee, Frank Nolan

Anyone who’s lived in Balmain for a while will probably know Frank Nolan. You’ll see him sitting outside his local café every morning, talking to friends he’s made for over 20 years. A true local, Frank has a heart full of peninsula love.

Name change for local icon

After 40 years of serving the community, Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre has announced they’re changing their name to together2. In the past few years, together2 has developed into so much more than a neighbourhood centre.

Community groundswell for Uluru Statement

The Uluru Statement from the Heart is the largest consensus of First Peoples on a proposal for constitutional recognition in Australian history. The Statement calls for Parliamentary recognition of the sovereignty of First Peoples and comments on varied social and systemic issues faced by the First Nations community today.

Opportunity knocks

Just in time for Christmas, local contemporary artist Lara Scolari has opened a pop-up gallery space on Beattie Street in Balmain.

BNSW 2021 Awards Reg Winner State Finalist White

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which this business operates, the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora nation, and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

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