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

Blair Street: beautiful and delicious

BY SUSAN MERRILL Edible bush tucker plants are among those to be used in the planned beautification of Blair Street, Bondi as part of Waverley … Read more

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