Yes, it’s now available.
We have a new issue of the SSH — with front-page stories on Redfern and Erskineville stations (staff cuts on the way?) + inner-city weekend markets (“more popular than ever”). There are also reports on a proposed “mega depot” in Rosebery, plans for an upgrade to Abercrombie Street, Christian anarchist Ciaron O’Reilly’s visit to the Wayside Chapel, Housing NSW tenants at Woolloomooloo, and Kings Cross residents “revved up over threat to civil liberties” (read on …).
Kelly Lane reports on a “Makeover for South Sydney Youth Services” as well as the challenge facing welfare services in a time of recession, Tara Clifford reports on Friends of Erskineville’s opposition to a supermarket in the Hive, and Neil Whitfield reflects on contributions by Redfern residents to a National Human Rights Consultation.
Features include an interview with Louise Hamilton, a Wiradjuri woman and teacher at Darlington Public and Alexandria Park Community Schools, Fraser Studios on Broadway, and Glebe House. Check out the painting entitled ‘Shrinking World’ by Chia Moan (page 11), our very first piece of dance journalism (by Kristy Johnson), reviews of Star Trek, Mr Darwin’s Shooter, The Call and Who’s That Chik?, interviews with Josh Pyke and local singer Charmaine.
Chelsea Reid reports on Five-A-Side Indoor Soccer. Adrian Spry is pleased to report that all five members of the Ravens flock (running group) completed the Sydney Half Marathon on May 17 …