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Alan Joyce a no-show at budget for good reason

Alan Joyce a no-show at budget for good reason

Josh Frydenberg would have been hoping audiences hadn’t reached budget saturation levels by Wednesday when he addressed a packed out National Press Club.

  • by Stephen Brook and Samantha Hutchinson

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Michael Johnsen has second thoughts on his website

Michael Johnsen has second thoughts on his website

A slew of photos originally uploaded online of the former MP standing alongside Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Nationals leader John Barilaro were quietly taken down overnight

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
We’d rather keep our super: Why Sofia is eyeing a home interstate

We’d rather keep our super: Why Sofia is eyeing a home interstate

The increase in the First Home Super Saver Scheme limit isn’t necessarily music to the ears of young workers in Sydney.

  • by Coen Ayres
What Michael Johnsen did next

What Michael Johnsen did next

Michael Johnsen’s new website showcases photos of him standing alongside the Premier and former political colleagues. Presumably they’re thrilled.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Former NSW MP Michael Johnsen unveils his next project
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Former NSW MP Michael Johnsen unveils his next project

Over the weekend, a shiny new website for the venture called Johnsen Consulting popped up, promising advice and advocacy across all levels of government.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
There will be 150,000 new homes in Sydney in four years. More than 200 suburbs will get none of them

There will be 150,000 new homes in Sydney in four years. More than 200 suburbs will get none of them

Northern Sydney appears to be only lightly touched by developers, but it’s a different story in Parramatta and surrounds.

  • by Nigel Gladstone
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One of Sydney’s last grand dames set to return to harbour

One of Sydney’s last grand dames set to return to harbour

After more than three years tied up at wharves, one of Sydney’s last Lady-class ferries will once again become a regular sight on the harbour.

  • by Matt O'Sullivan
Qantas saves the day with budget shuttle

Qantas saves the day with budget shuttle

Amid the budget events calendar mayhem, it’s good to see the national carrier is doing what it can to ease logistical burden.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Sydney’s new Anglican Archbishop faces an enormous task
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Sydney’s new Anglican Archbishop faces an enormous task

The cultural authority that the Anglican Church once held has been eroded.

  • by Michael Jensen
We need to share our public spaces
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We need to share our public spaces

The diversity of interests among Sydneysiders is what makes this city a vibrant one and we must collectively and individually find ways to plan for it and accommodate it.

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Anglicans elect migrant, former-Buddhist, person of colour as Archbishop of Sydney
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Anglicans elect migrant, former-Buddhist, person of colour as Archbishop of Sydney

The first non-European in the role, Kanishka Raffel was raised Buddhist but converted to Christianity after reading the Gospel of John at university.

  • by Michael Koziol