Looking for more than just another Sunday lunch? Book now for Pottery & Roman Pinsa Italian Experience at Azzuro 753

Straight from the streets of Rome, steeped in art, culture and cuisine, your Italian corner in Sydney -Azzurro 753 osteria and bottega, is bringing a little bit of Italy to Sydney’s Harbourside arts and dining hub at Walsh Bay with a Pottery and Roman Pinsa Italian experience. Choose from two session on Sunday 15 November, 2020, at 10am or 1pm where you will enjoy creating your own beautiful Italian clay pot while enjoying fabulous Italian food and music.

The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) is Australia’s workplace regulator. It provides FREE advice and assistance to help businesses meet their workplace relations obligations.

The FWO’s Small Business Showcase provides a range of tools and resources, including information on paying employees and keeping accurate records. Free downloadable templates are also available on a wide range of topics, such as employing staff, pay slips and record-keeping. You can calculate pay rates and entitlements for your employees using the Pay and Conditions Tool (PACT).

Reboot is the City’s new three-part webinar series which will deliver 18 events from October to June 2021 to upskill our small businesses and creatives. 

The series features a line-up of workshops from some of Australia’s fastest growing companies including Pilot, Vinomofo, TEDxSydney, Pedestrian.tv and Brighte.

The City of Sydney’s retail innovation program, a 12-week accelerator program for small businesses, is now accepting applications for the next program.

The program - fully funded by City of Sydney and at no cost to participants – upskills, mentors and empowers small business owners to adapt, innovate and future-proof their businesses in the face of unprecedented change.

The Government has extended the JobKeeper Payment Plan until 28 March 2021.

Changes have been made to the original eligibility criteria and payment rates have now been reduced. Find out more about the new eligibility tests and how JobKeeper 2.0 impacts your business.

The JobKeeper payment is designed to help businesses keep their employees on the payroll during government-ordered closures and dwindling profits. The payment equals $1,500 per eligible employee, per fortnight. 

The government hopes that when businesses are ready to re-open after the hibernation period, employees will be able to go back to work quickly and with little interruption.  

More information on the changes and eligibility HERE

Pier One Sydney Harbour is partnering with some of the best local creators and innovators to offer a series of unique creative experiences at the Pier. Reconnect with yourself, your friends or  your family in a stunning and socially safe environment, while you take part in fun and interactive workshops and masterclasses, complete with delicious food and drinks!

DATES: 1st September to 31st October

TICKETS:  https://www.pieronesydneyharbour.com.au/creator-series/

Luxe Igloo Suites.

The igloos have returned for the fourth year. This year they are located on balconies overlooking the pier and Walsh Bay. Available for 3 booking sessions daily from now until 30th August.

The Gantry

The Gantry Restaurant has re-opened and is offering seasonal tasting menus that change every fortnight.

  • Lunch: Fri-Sun
  • Dinner: Thurs-Sun

Bar One

Bar One and the food truck on the pier have re-opened and are serving up tasty Winter dishes and delicious Archie Rose cocktails

  • Lunch & Dinner Daily

For more: www.pieronesydneyharbour.com.au/whats-on

A delightful place to eat Italian fine cuisine. An osteria in Italy was originally a place serving wine and simple food. Lately, the emphasis has shifted to the food, but menus tend to be short, with the emphasis on local specialties often served at shared tables. This is the idea behind our concept: the journey to Italy continues. Our customers will have the chance to try that Italian way of indulging at the table, which is the result of the extent to which Italians enjoy excellent Mediterranean cuisine combined with Italy’s food and wine culture and history, the easy reproduction of many dishes of poor origin, along with many positive influences that Italian cuisine has gained from abroad over history. L’Osteria wants to demonstrate that our quality products may be revisited for our customers, keeping our strong accent and focusing on sustainability, responsibility and sharing.

More on www.azzurro753.com