• Are Our local State Govt MPs GUTLESS WONDERS!


    Pallbearers at Death of Local Government Premier Mike Baird and his cronies will rue the day they planned to kill off Democracy and Local Government without the consent and support of the people. Their claim they have a mandate to force amalgamations of the democratically elected Councils into huge Mega-Councils is a fraudulent argument. What [...]



    Premier Baird Told: HANDS OFF! Hunters Hill, Ryde & Lane Cove How will your local MPs vote? With more than half the state wide submissions to the NSW Parliamentary enquiry coming from TWT Territory there is no indication the NSW Government will back down on its threat to sack our local councils if they fail [...]

  • The Romantics Fine Art Exhibition


    Hunters Hill community once again welcomes back the Romantics Art Exhibition which has become a regular feature at the Hunters Hill Town Hall each September. The five artists Ian Hansen, Werner Filipich, James Hough, Max Mannix and Ramon Ward-Thompson welcome the opportunity to bring their art to the public and at the same time help [...]

  • Gladesville celebrates Spring


    GLADESVILLE will celebrate Spring with a festival in Massey Street on Sunday November 1. The festival is being promoted by the Gladesville Chamber of Commerce and the Gladesville Main Street Committee as a family event that also aims to show off local business. The Festival has received the in-principle support of Hunters Hill Council. An [...]

  • Ryde accused of broken promise on ELS Hall turf


    Ryde City Council has been accused a breaking a promise to have synthetic turf installed for soccer players at ELS Hall in North Ryde this year. The accusation has been made by Ryde Labor Councillor Jerome Laxale who told The Weekly Times this week’s decision to defer to turf installation is a absolute disgrace. Councillor [...]

  • Police urge action on Hunters Hill sexual assault bus shelter


    GLADESVILLE Police have called for the demolition of two bus shelters in Hunters Hill deemed to be a crime risk because of poor visibility. The bus shelters are outside Fairland Hall in Church Street and Hunters Hill Primary School in Alexandra Street which was the site of a recent sexual assault. Deputy Mayor Clr Meredith [...]

  • Endangered fish found in the Lane Cove River


    The endangered Australian Bass has been found in the Lane Cove River. The return of the endangered fish is attributed to the work of the Bass Sydney Fishing Club and the Friends of Lane Cove National Park funded under the Habitat Action Grant to regenerate the river’s Riparian zone. Lane Cove MP Anthony Roberts praised [...]

  • Ryde Council Mayoral Election


    Pickering out of robes & into Supreme Court BY OUR CHIEF CIVIC ROUNDSMAN Ryde City Council will have a new Mayor next Tuesday when Councillors meet to elect their leader for the next twelve months prior to the scheduled Local Government elections due next September. However the next elections are dependent on the Baird State [...]

  • TWT Granny Smith Festival Queen Quest


    Fab Prizes to Win! Fabulous prizes can be won in this year’s TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen Quest celebrating the 30th Annual Granny Smith Festival in Eastwood. Entries are now open with the first contestant announced this week. Entry is free to all young ladies sixteen years and over on October 17. 2015 [...]

  • Affordable Art Pop-up gallery has things that make your heart sing


    Hunters Hill Guest Column To The POINT With ROSEMARY LIU HUNTERS Hill-Ryde Community Services (HHRCS) will be holding its 2nd Annual Community Art Expo as a Pop-up Gallery, with a special Opening Night event on Thursday September 17. Building on the success of last year’s Community Art Exhibition, this year HHRCS is working with Christian [...]

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