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

Birrell Street for Tamarama Park

BY FRANCESCA ORI Tamarama Park is not as big as it looks. The top entrance to the reserve, an unmade section of Birrell Street, is … Read more

Bondi Bohemia winter festival

BY JEREMY BROWN The winter solstice has just passed heralding the return of the annual Bondi Bohemia Winter Festival, which this year will be held … Read more

Councils having a whale of a time

BY NED KOSTA Australia’s inaugural National Whale Day was held on June 14 at Bondi beach to raise awareness of the threat facing humpback whales. … Read more

Bondi champs again

Surf Life Saving Sydney has named Bondi Champion Club of the branch for the 2007/08 season ‘ and for the second time in the past … Read more

Motorbike and scooter owners get free ride

BY NELLIE REEVES Waverly Council is giving away all day parking to scooter and motorbike owners in Syd Einfield Park from early July. Mayor Ingrid … Read more

Sleepless in Waverley

BY ASHLEY DEVINE In a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour, Waverley Council has opposed a hotel’s application to extend its trading hours. The Robin Hood … Read more

Desert art in concrete jungle

BY REUBEN BRAND Jorna Newberry, the niece of famous Indigenous artist Tommy Watson, is to showcase Tjukurpa, her first solo exhibition at Harrison Galleries … Read more

Straighthander with Christian Gibson

What is eating rugby league in this town’ I was at home watching the Sydney Roosters play the Penrith Panthers the other Friday and was … 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