• Grand Parade to kick off Festival this Sunday


    All roads lead to Boronia Park Oval this Sunday August 2 for Hunters Hill’s annual Moocooboola Festival. The popular Festival opens with a Grand Parade around 9.30am and will commemorate the Centenary of Anzac with a cooking event called The Great Anzac Biscuit Bake Off. Anzac Biscuit competition will be this year’s main event as [...]



    Premier Baird Told: HANDS OFF! Hunters Hill, Ryde & Lane Cove Hunters Hill, Ryde and Lane Cove Mayors, Councillors, staff and supporters at last week’s signing of the Joint Regional Authority Memorandum of Understanding in Ryde Council Chambers. Community groups oppose forced mergers!  Community group opposed to a forced merger of Hunters Hill and Ryde [...]

  • Ferragosto festival showcases Five Dock Italian community


    Five Dock’s Italian speaking community is preparing for its huge annual festival to be held on Great North Road on Sunday, August 16 between 10am and 4pm. Titled Ferragosto, the festival will celebrate its 18th year in the largely Italian speaking suburb and is expected to draw a crowd of more than 50,000 people. “This [...]

  • Grand artworks at Cameraygal Festival

      The 52nd Lane Cove Art Award is a grand opening for this year’s Cameraygal Festival with over 300 spectacular artworks on display at Gallery Lane Cove, 164 Longueville Road. Opening night on Friday August 7 from 6pm promises to be a shining event with art to see and festivities to enjoy. On show is [...]

  • Ryde Council responds to parents outrage!


    The Weekly Times July 22 story above.   Ryde City Council has defended its ‘duty of care’ to junior sports in response to last week’s article in The Weekly Times about local parents’ outrage over ground closures. The Weekly Times was first to break the story about children’s heartbreak in being turned away from local [...]

  • Federal Speaker at Marsden & Riverside Schools Mock Parliament


    Bronwyn Bishop MP chairs Session Federal Parliament Speaker Bronwyn Bishop MP chaired a Session of Marsden and Riverside High Schools Mock Parliament at Marsden High on Monday accompanied by Bennelong MP John Alexander OAM. Clerk Alex Godden instructed Members to stand while Serjeant-at-Arms Kristian Bullock led the Speaker into the House and they debated The [...]

  • Hunters Hill signs Fit For The Future plan


    Seated at the Memorandum of Understanding meeting at Ryde Civic Centre last week are Hunters Hill Mayor Clr Richard Quinn, Deputy Mayor Clr Dr Meredith Sheil and Clr Mark Bennett. Standing are Hunters Hill General Manager Barry Smith, Save Hunters Hill Municipality Coalition spokesperson Phil Jenkyn and Hunters Hill Group Manager (Development) Steve Kourepis.

  • War declared on rubbish dumpers


    War has been declared against illegal rubbish dumpers across the City of Ryde. The Council reports an increased amount of illegal dumping on public and private property, in streets in front of homes, carparks, back lanes and quiet areas easily accessible by vehicle. “Illegal dumping is not only an ugly scar on our landscape, it [...]

  • Gladesville Chamber Christmas in July


    Gladesville Chamber of Commerce annual Christmas in July party meeting was held last Wednesday in Gladesville RSL Community Club auditorium with VIP guests from Hunters Hill and Ryde Councils and Gladesville RSL Community Club President and directors with entertainment provided by Gladesville RSL Youth Club’s Karate and Dance Clubs members pictured with the dance club [...]

  • Community group promotes area and local businesses


    Hunters Hill Guest Column To The POINT With ROSS WILLIAMS DISCOVER Hunters Hill (DHH) community group is celebrating ten years of ongoing discovery in the Hunters Hill municipality. A voluntary not-for-profit incorporated association. its membership consists of community groups, businesses and professionals situated within the Hunters Hill local government area including localities of: Hunters Hill, [...]

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