• Callous Councillors Cause CIVIC CENTRE DEBACLE


    Elderly, sick and disabled Ryde residents fear they will be denied access to Top Ryde City from the Ryde Civic Centre side of busy Devlin  Street at Ryde because of the serious disregard for their needs by Ryde Councillors. Civic Centre debacle raises sick, elderly resident fears BY OUR CIVIC ROUNDSMAN Elderly, sick and disabled […]

  • Forced merger poll not possible next month


    HOPES that Hunters Hill would hold a poll on its proposed forced amalgamation to coincide with next month’s local government elections have been dashed by NSW Electoral Commission. Councillors had hoped the poll would replace the local election now postponed by a year but a letter from Acting Electoral Commissioner Linda Franklin has advised them […]

  • Council to sell boats and fine owners for parking on streets


    City of Canada Bay has become our first local council to crack down on boats being parked on residential streets. Deputy Mayor Helen McCaffery told The Weekly Times the ban will empower the council immediately impound and sell boats parked in dangerous locations or for four weeks or longer. “If a person’s trailer and boat […]

  • Almost Spring Concert
 in Hunters Hill


    Lane Cove Concert Band Inc will present an Almost Spring Concert this Sunday August 28 in Hunters Hill Town Hall, Alexandra Street Hunters Hill, at 3pm. This community Concert Band comprises three ensembles – Karingal Concert Band, Turrumburra Concert Band and the Cameraygal Wind Symphony – who’ll present a mix of music to reflect the […]



    BY OUR CHIEF CIVIC ROUNDSMAN  DICTATOR PREMIER MIKE BAIRD continues to rush down the road to Liberal party government self destruction with his arrogant and autocratic moves against the rights of the individual which used to be a prime plank of Liberal Party policy when established by Robert Gordon Menzies. He has followed his shonky […]

  • Affordable Art Pop-up Gallery in Gladesville Shopping Village


    To The POINT with ROSEMARY LIU HUNTERS HILL Ryde Community Services will hold its third Annual Community Art Expo as a Pop-up Gallery with a special Opening Night event on Friday September 9. Building on the success of last year’s Community Art Exhibition held at Gladesville Shopping Village, this year’s theme Create and enCourage celebrates […]

  • Royal Rehab beanies make a safety statement


    Putney’s Royal Rehab is celebrating Brain Injury Awareness week by wearing hand-knitted beanies. Royal Rehab CEO Stephen Lowndes said the beanies have been hand knitted by Royal Rehab supporters and aim to promote the importance of cyclists, motor bike riders and skate boarders wearing protective helmets. “We’ve called our promotion Bang On A Beanie and […]

  • Championship titles for Hillies & All Saints


    HUNTERS Hill municipality is celebrating two fine sporting triumphs from its high flying rugby and soccer teams over the weekend. The Hillies first grade rugby side are the pride of the district after toppling Blue Mountains 31-25 in the NSW Suburban Division 2 Grand Final at T.G Millner Field last Saturday to bring home the […]

  • West Ryde Plaza Upgrade Presentation & Chamber of Commerce AGM tonight


    Concept design for the embellishment of West Ryde Plaza will be presented tonight by City of Ryde at a meeting organised by West Ryde Chamber of Commerce. The meeting starts at 6.30pm tonight Wednesday August 24 in the meeting room at West Ryde Hotel and will be followed at 7pm by the Annual General Meeting […]

  • Davis Cup combatants to practice at Hunters Hill Tennis Club


    HUNTERS HILL HAPPENINGS with Mayor RICHARD QUINN IN EXCITING news for tennis fans, the next Davis Cup tie against Slovakia will be played in Sydney from September 16-18 on a drop-in grass court at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre. Leading up to the competition the two teams will need to practice on grass courts and […]

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