The prodigal son

By Jed Smith It’s half an hour before the start of the opens semi-final and Bondi’s prodigious surf talent Perth Standlick can’t do a turn. … Read more

TV program to honour Bondi lifesaver

The ABC’s New Inventors program on August 20 at 8 pm will include a tribute to one of Bondi Surf Bathers Life Saving Club’s foundation … Read more

Booze-related crime a major worry

By Annabel McCully Bondi Junction residents raised alcohol-fuelled antisocial behaviour, noise from drunken revellers and underage drinking in parks as their main concerns at a … Read more

Bondi twins set their sights on London 2012

By Morgan Calton Asked to name an event at the Olympics, not many would answer ‘kayaking’ but Bondi born and bred twins Luke and Jake … Read more

On the campaign trail

Labor policy statement Our work is focussed on sustainability and making Waverley look good. Campbell Parade now has over 30 palm trees; other streetscapes and … Read more


With Natalie Penn The Animal In Us The food choices you make may be supporting conditions you would not approve of. Become aware of the … Read more

Gluten Free Expo 2008

Originally designed for those with coeliac disease, but now appealing to health conscious consumers everywhere, the Gluten Free Expo returns to the Sydney Showground, Sydney … Read more

Tale of murder in state archives

PETER McCALLUM The State Archives hold many fascinating stories.  Christine Yeates, Archives Public Access Manager, shared some of these with Waverley’s historians last month. Here … Read more

Spiderman to cast web over the City2Surf

By John Duckett Watch out runners of the City2Surf because Spiderman will be doing whatever a spider can to win as he slings himself across … Read more

Clovelly’s dream run continues

BY CYNTHIA FERNANDEZ ROICH Local rugby team the Clovelly Blowflies enjoyed another sweet victory in Burrows Park on July 19. The Blowflies won their game … Read more