• Granny Smith Festival Funtastic!


    HUGE CROWDS estimated at 100,000 packed the streets of Eastwood on Saturday for the 29th annual Granny Smith Festival in perfect weather conditions. Stars of the opening Grand Parade were the TWT 2014 Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen Grand Finalists headed by this year’s winner Queen Isabella Laguzza.  She is pictured in blue, riding [...]

  • Hunters Hills Carers Awards


    Hunters Hill Mayor Clr Richard Quinn paid tribute to people in the municipality who give up the time to care for others. To find out who they are and read their moving stories visit The Weekly Times website www.weeklytimes.com.auHunters Hill Carers Six special people and community groups received New South Wales’ Carers Awards from Hunters [...]

  • ‘Dead Man’s Penny’ found in Denistone backyard


    A “Dead Man’s Penny” found in the backyard of a Denistone home has been reunited with a family member at a handover at the Denistone home last Friday. Stephen Byrnes found the penny in his backyard when digging with a shovel to straighten his back fence when he struck the penny deep in the soil. [...]



        The Mamas & The Mamas Choir will hold their annual concert this Sunday October 26 in the Farrell Auditorium, St Joseph’s College, Hunters Hill at 3.30pm. Founded in 2009, The Mamas & The Mamas is a local community choir in Boronia Park under the direction of Jenny Nylund.  Members love singing together and [...]

  • Celebrating a birthday with heritage status


    Hunters Hill Mayor Clr Richard Quinn congratulates Lane Cove MP Anthony Roberts on heritage status for the Gladesville Bridge, alongside Deputy Mayor Clr Meredith Sheil and Justin Parry-Okeden from the local Trust. TWT on-the-spot PHOTO The Gladesville Bridge turned 50 last week and as a birthday present it was awarded heritage status. Heritage status follows [...]

  • West Ryde Chamber of Commerce and Shoppers welcome


    West Ryde Chamber of Commerce members and shoppers generally have welcomed the long awaited opening of the new Coles at West Ryde. Chamber members including president David Tompkins were on hand last Wednesday morning to personally welcome the new management team of Coles and the Coles owned Liquorland next door. Sharing the limelight were members [...]

  • Remember Mike Dinner Raises $31,000 for 12 Defibrillators!


    Last Saturday night’s Remember Mike & Save a Life Dinner raised over $31,000 from generous support by attendees at the Epping Club. Organisors were ecstatic at the result which they say will enable them to purchase and place at least twelve lifesaving Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) in TWT Territory. In addition Ryde-Eastwood Leagues Club has [...]

  • Gladesville protest to protect water


    Coal seam gas drilling brought protestors out in force outside the Gladesville Office of Lane Cove MP Anthony Roberts last Friday. The protestors from Drummoyne, Gladesville, Hunters Hill and Lane Cove called on Mr Roberts to declare No Go Zones from coal seam gas drilling around drinking water catchments. Mr Roberts is NSW Energy Minister [...]

  • Bubbles for Boobs charity event supports Breast Cancer research


    Hunters Hill Guest Column To The POINT With NICHOLAS McEVOY FUNDRAISING event Bubbles for Boobs is offering local residents a chance to sell their house without paying any agent commission. The ‘free house sale’ will go to the highest bidder while all proceeds of the auction go to Breast Cancer Foundation research. It’s a fantastic cause, but [...]

  • Medal for Cafe Monte


    At the Annual Golden Bean Coffee Roasters Competition, Montefiore’s Cafe Monte blend has claimed a bronze medal out of 1500 entries in the ‘Milk Based (Latte)’ category. “This is a true honour for our recently introduced Cafe Monte which was competitively tested for taste, texture, smell and after-taste by experts in the industry,” said Director [...]

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