With the warm weather now in full swing, Randwick City lifeguards are getting ready to make a splash in the busy summer season ahead.
The … Read more
A man who was stockpiling kilos of potassium nitrate, chlorine and sulphur, driven by a desire for revenge on Bondi Junction’s Coles supermarket, accidentally set … Read more
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
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
The call has gone out to all social butterflies, sport junkies, interest groups and hobby nuts alerting them about a new free online resource.
Sydney-based … Read more
BY DEBORAH WILLIAMS
Last Sunday about 150 families gathered in Centennial Park to celebrate the start of NSW Bike Week.
The day was a joint … Read more
By Melissa Grayson
Bondi locals joined the Greens last week to protest against a proposal for coal exploration off the eastern coast.
Six thousand square … Read more
BY PAM WALKER
It was a clean sweep for the Waverley Liberals who drew both the mayoralty and the deputy mayoralty out of the hat … Read more
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
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