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Yayoi, Sydney

The golden embryo. It's what's been missing from every bowl of polished rice you've ever eaten. You can find it at Yayoi, a Japanese teishoku restaurant which arrived in Sydney just over a month ago. Yayoi is the first outlet to open outside of Japan, a chain of more than 250 restaurants that trade there as Yayoiken. Show More Summary

Tempe Recreation Reserve

A scene of tranquility just across the AlexandriaCanal from Sydney airport. And there goes Flight QF7 to Dallas-Fort Worth.

Kids - Dress Up Attack!

Sat 13 Sep Marrickville’s coolest kids’ event is a heck of a lot of fun for adults, what with the likes of indie rockers The Clouds and former front man of Grinspoon,...

Music - Ice Cube

Thu 11 Dec Snoop Dogg has called him the greatest MC of all time, and after 25 successful years in the spotlight as a rapper, actor, director, producer and entrepreneur,...

Kids - The Baby and Toddler Show

26-28 Sep The Baby and Toddler Show features 200 shopping brands that cater for pregnancy, newborns and young children. The three-day expo includes parenting experts,...

Bars & Pubs - Monteith's total tap takeover

Thu 31 Jul Monteiths are taking over all the taps at the Royal Albert Hotel for one night and they are bringing their American pale ale and alcoholic ginger beer...

Restaurants - Surry Hills Eating House

From the guys who brought you all the chilli fire-power you can handle at Spice I Am and their Northern Thai cousins, House, comes the Surry Hills...

Kids - August’s best kids’ activities

Make the most of this month’s family events, from taking toddlers to the proms to feeding chooks on the farm

Restaurants - Victor Churchill dinner at the Centennial

Thu 07 Aug Embrace winter-friendly fare at a dinner dedicated to rich comfort food like beef cheeks and oxtail. The team from the butchers-to-the-stars, Victor Churchill...

Clubs - Phil Smart

He’s toyed with moving overseas, but Sydney stalwart Phil Smart is keeping it local and showing the lockout laws who’s boss

Welcome to Rockdale

The area of the Cooks River along the Princes Highway that marks the northern boundary of the City of Rockdale, where is adjoins Marrickville Council is pleasantly landscaped, and a popular cycleway. From here you can cycle west toward the Olympic precinct at Homebush and east towards Botany Bay.Ryde to Botany Bay cycleway map

Around Town - Build Your Own Boat workshop

30-31 Aug The Balmain Boat Company is hosting a two-day workshop where you and a friend can band together to build a boat using the tools, wood and kit provided....

Around Town - Australian Museum Science Festival Community Day

Sat 16 Aug This family-friendly community day is inspired by all things science. There will be liquid nitrogen shows, future foods and Rubik’s Cube competitions...

Around Town - The Scar Project

11-21 Sep The Scar Project is an international exhibition of large scale portraits of young women with breast cancer. The unflinching photographs from fashion photographer...

Film - Begin Again

Avoid this film like E coli if your instinctive reaction to all things infectiously sweet and sincere is spontaneous toe curling. The director is John...

Film - Palo Alto

The Coppola clan adds another talent to its stable: Gia, granddaughter of Francis Ford, makes a very promising writing and directing debut with this lyrical...

EXCLUSIVE: 53 REASONS TO LOVE THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Above: If you do not love the Commonwealth Games you will make the…

EXCLUSIVE: HOW THE CARBON TAX WAS REALLY AXED

Above: Clive Palmer: Supreme negotiator. As everyone in the…

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