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  • n. A native or inhabitant of Sydney (Australia).


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  • For Doug Lewis, the hook of Australian Rules Football was simple: he married a Sydneysider and wanted to impress her.

    It's a Different Kind of Football

  • She's a Sydneysider, but I have decided to forgive her that solecism.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • According to the citation listing it on the National Trust register, "a visit to Harry's is associated with the concept of being a true Sydneysider."

    The Dish: Meat Pie

  • The next round of DMBLGiT is being hosted by Helen, the Sydneysider who blogs at the wonderful Grab Your Fork.

    2006 June | Baking Bites

  • I'm a gen-X left-wing Sydneysider, who knows and would self-consciously use Koori and Murri occasionally, and Indigenous, Aboriginal or Black habitually. ABORIGINES.

  • Reminds me a little of the book Almost French by a Sydneysider in Paris.


  • One Sydneysider, Peter Rush, has become something of a folk hero by defying civic wrath and writing the words in chalk on Sydney Town Hall.

    Daimnation!: Fighting for Christmas

  • Sydneysider Lucy Allen, 21, had her Facebook account deactivated for two days in July last year after she posted a photo of herself breastfeeding and pumping milk at the same time. | Top Stories

  • Second arrest over Sydneysider Colin Wick's murder on doorstep A SECOND man has been charged with shooting Sydneysider Colin Wick dead on the doorstep of his home. | Top Stories

  • So desperate was the 30-year-old Sydneysider to experience the storm, he delayed his flight home to party in Times Square as Irene hit New York.

    The Australian | News |


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