Winter in the chapel

BY REUBEN BRAND Chapel by the Sea and Ruby’s Place at Bondi Beach are now set to launch into their mid winter program. Every Wednesday … Read more

Coral trees poisoned

More than 10 Coral trees in Bronte Gully have been poisoned. Waverley Mayor Ingrid Strewe said she was shocked at the latest spate of tree … Read more

Moody thoughts in cubic form

BY REUBEN BRAND Budding young artist Michelle Zlatkis is holding her first solo exhibition in what already looks to be a promising career. Her exhibition … Read more

Waverley Park pavilion gets a spruce up

By Spiro Dimolianis Waverley Council has commissioned McPhee Architects to draw up preliminary plans for the new Waverley Pavilion after extensive consultation with residents.   Design … Read more

Waverley’s new GM

BY PAM WALKER Waverley Council’s new general manager Tony Reed has taken up stewardship of the organisation just as the State Government’s new planning laws … Read more


Econscious with Natalie Penn Next time you admire the rich, dark grain of a mahogany sleigh bed or eye up a teak table, bear in … Read more

Skate park decay

By Jed Smith It took almost a decade’s worth of lobbying to get it built, but today, if local skating supremo John Fox’s claims are … Read more

Indigenous culture centre stage

BY RUTH MELVILLE Discover more about Aboriginal culture by participating in a series of events to celebrate NAIDOC Week from July 6 to 13.  The … Read more

End of an era for beach kiosk

BY PAM WALKER Concrete rot has ended a long family connection with Bondi beach for kiosk owner Neil McDonald. For 80 years, three generations of … Read more

Kindly ?king of vice? bombed

BY PETER McCALLUM It was 1950 when a 20-year-old migrant, Joe Borg, stepped off the boat from the Mediterranean island of Malta. But, where many … Read more