• Is forced Council Amalgamations an election issue?


    Premier Gladys Berejiklian says NO! The residents will have their say on April 8. The Weekly Times hosts North Shore By-election Forums Meet The Candidates Forums The Weekly Times is hosting two Meet the Candidates Public Forums commencing at 7pm for the April 8 North Shore By-election to which all are invited. First is being […]

  • Biggest and best Hunters Hill Harbour Sculpture Exhibition now open


    Artist Ingrid Morely has won the coveted URM First Prize (Outside) of $5,000 for her work ‘Confessional’, now on display at the Harbour Sculpture Exhibition at Clarke’s Point in Woolwich. The first prize was announced at last Thursday’s Exhibition Opening at the Hunters Hill Sailing Club which is hosting some of the 100 art works […]

  • Sporties Patron
 and Officers Day


    GLADESVILLE Womens Bowling Club recently conducted a successful Patron and Officers Day with a luncheon for 35 lawn bowls members. Pictured is patron and foundation member Gwen Carpenter OA, who was guest of honour, with president Robyn Eagles and vice presidents Jill O’Connor and Jean Jones cutting the celebratory cake.

  • Hunters Hill appeal to be heard in ten days


    Hunters Hill Council’s appeal against a Land and Environment Court rejection of its case against a forced council merger will be heard in the Court of Appeal from Monday April 3 until Wednesday April 5. The heritage council is appealing against the process and procedure used by the State Government which led to the Council […]

  • Forced merger opponents say put Liberals Last


    The Save Hunters Hill Municipality Coalition is urging voters in the upcoming North Shore by election to put the Liberals last. The Coalition is angry with Liberal Premier Gladys Berejiklian who recently announced the forced merger of Hunters Hill, Lane Cove and Ryde will go ahead despite local opposition and the cancellation of proposed forced […]

  • Anthony Roberts announces Green Slip price fall


    If you just paid several hundred dollars for a CTC Green Slip, Lane Cove MP Anthony Roberts has some good news for you. “Over the past decade, Green Slip prices have increased by 85 per cent, with the average Sydney motorist now paying $703,” Mr Roberts said. “This is simply unfair and motorists deserve better,” […]

  • Ryde Liberals knock back Blenheim Park rezoning


    PROTESTERS at Blenheim Park in North Ryde last Friday have blasted the vote of three Ryde Liberal councillors who knocked back a motion to rezone land next to the park for community recreational use. Liberals Clr Jane Stott, Artin Etmekdjian and Sarkis Yedelian used their vote at last week’s Planning and Environment Committee meeting to […]

  • Gladesville Feature


    Bayview’s top entertainment and meals LIVE Sunday entertainment continues at the Bayview Hotel, 166 Victoria Road, Gladesville this Sunday March 26 when Kevin Bennett and Kirk Lorange Semi Unplugged perform at 4pm. Patrons can always whet their appetites with a tasty meal from the Bayview Kitchen. You can try the Bayview ‘Classics’ – beer battered […]

  • Skateboard sites proposed for Ryde


    EASTWOOD Park and Meadowbank Park have been identified as potential sites for a skateboard rink. Ryde City Council said that as well as the skateboard rink there could also be a new new outdoor youth and family recreation space. “The two potential sites are Eastwood Park, behind Eastwood Library and Meadowbank Park on Constitution Road […]

  • Enjoy and explore brilliant works at Harbour Sculpture Exhibition


    To The POINT with LINDA BELL FOURTH anual HarbourSculpture Exhibition has just opened on the beautiful foreshore at Woolwich at Clarkes Point Reserve and runs until Sunday April 2 between 8.30am and 7pm each day. The timing capitalises on better light and autumn warmth with a more festive atmosphere including live music, barbecues, a bar […]

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