Recent News

18 July 2019 / Featured, Food Relief

Meet Kruno, Executive Chef from The Hilton and WOWFood! Donor

Kruno Velican learnt from a very early age not to take food for granted. Growing up in Croatia, Kruno fondly...
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12 July 2019

Come Together – NAIDOC Week Community.a.Fair at Addi Road

Days like today reinforce the wisdom that one of the greatest political acts we can be involved in is simply to be present in a place and remind ourselves and others we are part of a community that cares.
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11 July 2019

Art and Life – Radio Skid Row interviews Addi Road’s Rosanna Barbero and Mark Mordue

Tune in here for news on our children's book, The Hollow Tree; Addi Road's NAIDOC week celebration day, 'Community A. Fair'; recent problems with malicious damage of the Centre; and a forthcoming Public Schools Arts Festival.
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9 July 2019

Sabotage

This is a depressing and upsetting post to make. But it’s important our community is made aware of some dreadful actions that have occurred. Acts which is more than mere vandalism; crimes of malicious damage.
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4 July 2019

Announcing the Addison Road NAIDOC 2020 Artspace Award!

The Addison Road Community Centre Organisation is delighted to announce the creation of a new opportunity for Indigenous artists to...
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4 July 2019 / Food Relief

Meet Deb & Judy, discerning rescued food shoppers

Last month we caught up with Deborah & Judy, discerning shoppers at the Food Pantry, both are the main food...
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Illustrations of faces of speakers at the conference
19 June 2019

Illustrated report on ‘Rethinking the Urban Forest’

This report on Addison Road's inaugural 2019 Rethinking the Urban Forest conference features the birds-eye views of Jayda Bicer, who kept an illustrated record of the speakers and their ideas across the day.
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16 June 2019

War on Waste – Read All About It

Pick up this week's City Hub paper in Sydney to find out how Inner West businesses are coming onboard with a new Addison Road Community Centre Organisation 'food rescue and security' initiative – the WOW Food! Inner West project.
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12 June 2019

Eastside Radio

Please tune in and listen as Mark Mordue talks to Eastside Radio about his journalism background and writing poetry, and how he came to be involved with a new children's book called 'The Hollow Tree' - written with a lot of help from children of the Inner West and all his friends at Addison Road Community Centre Organisation!
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11 June 2019

Living Structures

Urban trees and their associated living habitats are misunderstood when it comes to urban planning and the role living structures play in sustaining a sense of place and well-being. Listen to our interview with Radio 2SER-FM.
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