• Pre-Schoolers for Festival Grand Parade


    Hunters Hill Pre-school children are excitedly preparing to enter this Sunday’s Moocooboola Festival Grand Parade at Boronia Park Ovals. They will join with dozens of other local community groups and organisations in the Grand Parade which commences at 9.30am for the official opening by the Mayor of Hunters Hill Clr Richard Quinn at 9.40am. MOOCOOBOOLA [...]

  • Hunters Hill Council bans Gladesville Gym parking


    Hunters Hill Council has voted to ban a 24 hour Gladesville gym from opening its own car park from 11 pm until 5 am, against the advice of Council staff. Councillors voted three to two on Monday night to ban Plus Fitness users parking in the private car park in response to a neighbour’s noise [...]

  • New Eastwood Vision Rejected by Council


    BY OUR CIVIC ROUNDSMAN Former NSW Treasurer Eric Roozendahl has urged Ryde City Council to embrace a multi-million dollar redevelopment of Eastwood. Mr Roozendahl presented the YuHu Group’s vision for a new Eastwood to councillors last Tuesday night that would see three mixed use residential and commercial towers in the shopping precinct with thousands of [...]

  • Ryde Civic Centre 50th Celebrations


    Ryde City Council is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the opening of Ryde Civic Centre with a public event on Friday August 15 from 11am to 12 noon in the Civic Hall.  “A commemorative plaque will be unveiled followed by morning tea and the viewing of a display illustrating the story of the commissioning, construction [...]

  • Residents warn of traffic chaos under plans for a development


    Ryde Labor candidate and councillor Jerome Laxale joins local residents on Herring Road on Friday to gain signatures which express concern about future traffic congestion. TWT on-the-spot PHOTO. Five thousand, four hundred new homes are to be built around Macquarie University under a major State Government plan. The new homes will include high rise apartments [...]

  • Eastwood Plan setback


    Ryde City Council’s draft Eastwood Town Centre Master Plan has stalled as councillors seek further advice from council staff and the community. Although all councillors agree that action should be taken to revitalise the shopping precincts, no decisive way forward emerged from last week’s council meeting as councillors await further advice and seek to progress [...]

  • Jubilee celebration for LCM religious Sisters


    Hunters Hill Guest Column  To The POINT With Sister MARY TRACEY The Little Company of Mary is celebrating the 5oth Anniversary of their arrival of its religious Sisters in South Korea. The jubilee celebration brings great joy, love and gratitude. It is also a time to reflect on hard and difficult times and to give thanks and [...]

  • New laws target graffiti


    New laws will combat acid etching graffiti, making it easier for police to deal with it, says Drummoyne MP John Sidoti. “The Graffiti Control Amendment Act creates an aggravated marking offence, which will capture acid etching and other graffiti that can’t be readily removed by wiping or using water or detergent,” he said. The offence [...]

  • Council reviews the Plan of Management for Boronia Park


    HUNTERS HILL HAPPENINGS with Mayor RICHARD QUINN THIS year’s HarbourSculpture concluded last Sunday and was an outstanding event. An extraordinary collection of pieces was on display at Clarke’s Point and at Deckhouse, Woolwich. Congratulations and thanks to the organising committee and generous sponsors who made the event such a success. * * * COUNCIL is [...]

  • Recognition of volunteers


    Clubs NSW CEO Anthony Ball joined Ryde MP Victor Dominello and North Ryde RSL Community Club to promote volunteering. The local community is fortunate to have a strong and vibrant volunteer base that continually assists people in need, Ryde MP Victor Dominello said this week. “This week I was pleased join with a number of [...]

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