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  1. Sydney is a city located on the East Coast of Australia. It is currently the largest city in Australia, and the continent of Oceania. Sydney is known for having been the original landing spot for the British. It is situated next to the Blue Mountains. Sydney has more than 650 suburbs, and 38 local government areas.

  2. Clover Moore is the longest serving Lord Mayor of Sydney. She is the first popularly elected woman to lead the City of Sydney and previously served in the NSW Parliament and on the City and South Sydney councils. From March 1988, Clover was continuously elected to represent the Bligh/Sydney electorate as an independent MP in the NSW Parliament.

  3. Sep 18, 2020 · The City of Sydney is represented by the Lord Mayor and 9 councillors who are elected until the next ordinary election in September 2024. Lord Mayor – Councillor Clover Moore. Deputy Lord Mayor – Councillor Sylvie Ellsmore. Councillor HY William Chan. Councillor (Waskam) Emelda Davis. Councillor Lyndon Gannon.

  4. Alderman I. S. Haviland was elected Mayor of North Sydney last night. The previous Mayor, Alderman R. H. Jeffrey, died on July 15. Alderman Haviland will complete Alderman Jeffrey's term until the end of this year. The Council decided to hold a by-election in Tunks ward on September 24, to fill Alderman Jeffrey's seat.

  5. Canterbury-Bankstown. Bayside. Bayside. Inner West Council is a local government area located in the inner western region of Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The council makes up the eastern part of this wider region, and was formed on 12 May 2016 from the merger of the former Ashfield, Leichhardt and Marrickville councils.

  6. Jul 1, 2016 · History. Sydney is a vibrant city and it has an ancient heartbeat. Discover the rich, vivid history of Sydney from early Aboriginal life through to the modern global city. History. Aboriginal histories 20 October 2017.

  7. In 1770, shortly after he left Botany Bay ( Kurnell Peninsula ), Lt James Cook became the first non-Aboriginal person to visit Sydney Harbour. Cook named it [Sydney Harbour] after Sir George Jackson. [1] He did not go into the harbour, but sailed past the entrance (Sydney Heads) on his way north up the East Coast of Australia.

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