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Sydney Holiday : Paddy’s Markets

The first stop after we arrived in Sydney is Paddy’s Markets in Haymarket.  This 150 year old market is located in Chinatown.  It opens from 10am to 6pm, Wednesday to Sunday. 407 more words

Travel Destinations

Restaurant Review: Duck & Waffle Local

How many ducks must needlessly suffer to sate Dan Doherty’s ego?

Following the colossal success of Duck & Waffle a ‘local’ version of London’s highest restaurant has recently opened behind Piccadilly Circus. 882 more words

The London Economic

Sydney's smallest pub frontage

WITH less than four feet (1.22m) facing George Street, Scruffy Murphy’s is said to have the smallest frontage of a pub in Sydney.

The pub, originally known as the Goulburn Hotel, was purchased by Sydney brewery, Tooheys Limited in 1930. 107 more words

BREXIT: READY FOR THE NEW GDPR?

On Thursday 8th June, we had the pleasure of holding the breakfast seminar “Brexit: The General Data Protection Regulation”, organised in collaboration with our Patron SCA Ontier, who hosted the event, and our member Haymarket Risk Management. 393 more words

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Resto 27 Assaggetti, Haymarket

On a sunny Monday lunchtime we strolled to Assaggetti tempted by their lunchtime offer of two courses for £16.95. It was a good choice. The room is massive and a trip to the loo can add significantly to your step count if you’re concerned about that sort of thing. 181 more words

Restaurants

A Moment in London's History - The mysterious case of the 'Bottle Conjurer'...

London was agog. Gathering at what is now the Theatre Royal in Haymarket on the evening of 16th January, 1749, the city’s inhabitants were ready to experience a most amazing spectacle as a man would not only play a “common walking cane” as if it were any instrument but, apparently shrinking himself, step inside a common, ordinary sized wine bottle placed upon a table. 382 more words

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