Econscious: The real costs of private transport

Natalie Penn When you factor in the price of petrol, car insurance and maintenance, parking permits and (quite possibly) speeding tickets, the costs of owning … Read more

Thirty men and one dream

BY CYNTHIA FERNANDEZ ROICH The Clovelly Blowflies were formed last January with a clear goal in mind ‘ to win the Meldrum Cup. The Bondi … Read more


Christian Gibson Ah, winter’cold sou’westers blowing crossy/offy (Editor’s note:  surfing term for cross shore/offshore winds) into the bay, the front window of Ravesi’s has empty … Read more

Recycling rates lagging targets

By Wendy Parkin A national container deposit scheme would save councils the considerable cost of cleaning up the mess created by dumped drink containers, according … Read more

Waverley GM moves on

BY PAM WALKER Waverley Council’s general manager Kim Anson is leaving after seven years in the top job to take up the post of GM … Read more

Now it’s war

BY PAM WALKER Banners over Bondi Pavilion and in Oxford Street Bondi Junction will declare war on the State Government over proposed reforms of planning … Read more

Plight of the homeless

BY ANNABEL McCULLY Waverley has the third highest number of homeless within the South East Health region. After being turned away from under-resourced services, children … Read more

Art on the edge

BY JO-ANNE HUI After living in isolation for a month in a small metal hut in desert country around Fowler’s Gap, Bronte artist Gabrielle Courtenay … Read more

Bondi Junction chosen for terrorism exercise

BY MEGAN PALIN NSW Emergency Services took advantage of the City Rail network shutdown at Bondi Junction Railway Station on April 9 from 12 to … Read more

Care for Carers

BY BIANCA BIRDSALL There are 2.6 million carers in Australia doing their best with little support. With this in mind, Carers NSW is offering a … Read more