Flash coves, deep rogues and rascals

Sydney thrives on crime stories and today on 2SER Lisa thought she’d share a unique dossier held in the State Archives that gives a special insider’s view of law and order in Sydney in the 1840s.   You can listen to Nic and Lisa here:  Listen now  The dossier is...

Treating Sydney’s sick

This week on 2ser Breakfast, Nic and our Dictionary of Sydney special guest Dr Peter Hobbins looked at the early history of public health and hospitals in Sydney.  You can listen to their entertaining and informative conversation here:  Listen now  Until the late...

Animals on the Dictionary of Sydney

Inspired by yesterday’s wayward wallaby crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, today Nicole thought she’d take a look at some other animals mentioned on the Dictionary of Sydney.     Listen now  One very famous animal on the Dictionary has been described as the world’s...

‘The past lives on’:Paul Keating’s Redfern speech

Last Sunday it was exactly 25 years since the former Prime Minister Paul Keating gave a momentous speech at Redfern Park in 1992 to launch the United Nations International Year of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.  It became known as the Redfern Address and it was...