Canvassing the landscape

By Reuben Brand Landscape Moments, the new group show at Art Moment Gallery this month, brings together the richly varied techniques of seven artists.… Read more

Bali nine dream of Bondi

BY KELLY-ANN BRENT The death penalty is the ultimate consequence and a new play at the Newtown Theatre explores those consequences as seen from inside … Read more

A blueprint for the future of the Pav

By Susan Merrell Waverley Council has released a six-point strategy plan for the Bondi Pavilion aiming to ensure the iconic building continues to be relevant … Read more

Virginia Milson: Greens Candidate for Hunter Ward

I have lived in Waverley for over 25 years, my children have attended school here and I have always been active in the community participating … Read more

Join the battle for Bondi

BY PAUL PAECH Watch out, Bondi! Big property developers are planning a total re-make of your beach. And their plans are for the same glitz, … Read more

ECOnscious: Freecycle

As the name suggests, everything advertised on Freecycle must be free – whether it’s an old sofa, unwanted CDs, or even a few hours’ help … Read more

Gunns on the chopping block

BY DANIELLE ECUYER This week will decide the fate of tree-lopping behemoth Gunns. Shareholders large and small will be asked to participate in a $430m … Read more

Local band headlines major festival

By Jed Smith From Waverley Bowling Club to the Big Day Out and sell out shows at the Enmore, the rise of Bondi’s Cog has … Read more

Marcus Obermeder: Liberal candidate for Waverley ward

Born in Australia, Marcus lives with his wife Sally in Wellington Street, Bondi. He has an extensive background in banking and finance and has worked … Read more

The treasure beneath our feet

BY PETER McCALLUM With most of the East sitting on sand or bedrock, it’s hardly surprising that early accounts of the busy village of Charing … Read more