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  • TENNIS WORLD CELEBRATES!

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    FREE Open Day This Saturday Tennis World North Ryde will celebrate it’s official re-opening this Saturday April 29 with a free Open Day from 11.30am to 3.30pm with fun and games for all the family. Activities will include free coaching, hit the target inflatables and fastest serve competition with radar gun. A great day for […]

  • Forty one years of Hunters Hill Probus and still going strong

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    To The POINT with GARTH JUSTER HAVE YOU ever thought of joining Probus? Hunters Hill Probus Club is all about friendship, fellowship and fun in retirement. Probus provides you with the opportunity to join together with like-minded people who are keen to maintain healthy minds and active bodies through social interaction and activities with other […]

  • A savage tree lopping leaves Ryde kookaburras homeless

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    This beautiful kookaburra (pictured) and her family were left homeless last week after their historic gum tree in Gladesville was decimated by tree loppers. The gum tree on the corner of Ryde Road and Gerrish Street was hit by contractors and neighbours are shocked the birds’ home has gone. “I’m devastated, just so upset,” said […]

  • Biggest Morning Tea in Woolwich to fund raise for cancer

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    Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea will be held at The Deckhouse Woolwich on Thursday May 25 from 11am. This huge fundraising event for the NSW Cancer Council cost $90 for admission and includes champagne on arrival, a two-course meal , wine and soft drinks) as well as lucky door prizes for each table, a raffle and […]

  • New venue and play for Ryde Youth Theatre

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    Ryde Youth Theatre will launch a new series of short plays written and performed by local young people. Titled ‘You’re Such a Lovely Audience’ and performed at Ryde Park Rotunda it will be Ryde Youth Theatre’s fifth annual production of short plays written, directed and performed by young people. This year’s theme, with the iconic […]

  • Certificate of Appreciation 
for volunteer Elizabeth

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    When it comes to dedicated voluntary work, Gladesville RSL Women’s Auxiliary stalwart Elizabeth Rayner ranks with the best. The loyal Auxiliary member is saddling up for another year of volunteering and fundraising with her tireless colleagues – a commitment she has given for the past four decades. Elizabeth, who has served over 40 years with […]

  • Investing in your health

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    Investing in your health is one of the greatest decisions you’ll ever make YOUR first call Pharmacy professionals, Blooms The Chemist Top Ryde, are committed to supporting the local community through a range of health care services to assist you in achieving full-body holistic well-being. HealthChecks is a Blooms The Chemist initiative designed to help […]

  • Anzac trek across Tasman for Gladesville Youth ambassadors

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    IN conjunction with honouring our fallen soldiers with our New Zealand heroes on Anzac Day, the Gladesville RSL Youth Club selected two of their youth members from the Dance Group to participate in the New Zealand Reciprocal Tour program. Renae Giersch and Grace Billiris (pictured) joined a group of 30 youths from other RSL Youth […]

  • Your Chamber of 
Commerce Meets

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    EPPING: Chamber inquiries President Tony Hackett 9869-8900; 0418 413 226 or secretary Betty Ockerlander 8876-5888. EASTWOOD: Meet second Monday each month. Next meeting May 8. Inquiries president Vic Tagg 0412 369 510 or secretary Steve Colquhoun 9874-0221. GLADESVILLE: Meet third Tuesday each month. Next meeting May 16. Inquiries President Yvonne Dornan 9817-3180; Reg Cain 0419 […]

  • Loyal Bears fan Ted celebrates his 100th birthday in Hunters Hill

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    ONE of the few North Sydney rugby league fans who can remember the last time the Bears won a premiership celebrated his 100th birthday in Hunters Hill last Thursday. Ted Ryman was only five when North Sydney won its last grand final in 1922 but he has fond memories of a lifelong loyalty to the […]

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