New team at the helm

Four changes have been made to the six-member executive committee of Bondi Surf Bathers Life Saving Club for the 2008-09 season. Jim Kornmehl was elected … Read more

On the campaign trail

Liberals policy statement The Liberal Team stands for putting the needs of our residents first, such as fighting for a ‘graffiti-free’ and ‘rubbish-free’ Waverley, significantly … Read more

Festival of the Winds turns 30

Australia’s largest kite flying festival, Festival of the Winds, celebrates its 30th birthday at Bondi on Sunday September 14. The skies will be alive … Read more

Bronte School fair knitting face-off

Needles at the ready for the famous bi-annual Bronte School Fair Tea Cosy knitting comp. Yes it’s time again for eastern suburbs knitting circles to … Read more

It’s back to the polls

BY PAM WALKER On Saturday, September 13, the ratepayers of Waverley are voting again, this time in the local government elections. Most of the familiar … Read more

Art in the heart of the Junction

By Reuben Brand Waverley Council has plans for a new public artwork in the heart of Bondi Junction, and is calling on local artists to … Read more

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