Russian allies commemorated

Waverley Council last week unveiled an historic plaque at the Waverley Park Cenotaph in recognition of our World War II allies from the former Republics … Read more

Prue Cancian: Greens candidate for Waverley Ward

When I first came to Waverley it was facing a terrible threat from a corrupt pro-development council. I got involved in the campaign to stop … Read more

Time to vote

On Saturday September 13, residents of the Waverley local government area will join people across NSW to vote for their representatives in the local government … Read more

Young conductor heads for Russia

BY JEREMY BROWN Vladimir Fanshil, a 25-year-old classical musician from Bondi, is one of only five selected worldwide this year for a conductor’s course at … Read more

Let your green thumbs do the talking

By Annabel McCully Waverley Council’s Civic Pride Awards for Gardening celebrate the efforts of people who make Waverley beautiful while helping the environment. For Waverley … Read more

Colourful moments in Bondi

By Reuben Brand Colourful Moments, the latest group exhibition at Art Moment Gallery, boasts an impressive line-up of artists. Yalyu Avonakech, a Sydney-based artist … Read more

Rose Jackson: Labor candidate for Lawson Ward

I have lived in the local area my entire life, and have a real passion for the Waverley community. I’ve always been interested in the … Read more

Yvonne Coburn: Liberal candidate for Hunter ward

Yvonne grew up in Dover Heights and has lived in the Waverley area for more than 35 years. She is married to Tony Coburn and … Read more

Hope for autistic children: Therapy that works

By Susan Merrell Momentum Learning, a therapy provider for autistic children, will host a free information evening at the Mill Hill Centre, Spring Street, Bondi, … Read more

Sex and drugs at the Pav

By Kelly-Ann Brent Sex, drugs, greed and status are the underlying themes in the black comedy Big Deal now playing at the Bondi Pavilion. Written … Read more