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

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

Bondi’s blue-ribband surf double

Bondi recently won the blue-ribband event double ‘ the men’s and women’s open rescue and resuscitation (R & R) titles ‘ for the second time … Read more

Bondi barefoot soft sand run

The 5th annual Bondi barefoot fun run at 9am on Sunday, May 4 will feature three distances ‘ 4km, 10km and a final barefoot bolt, … Read more

Council news

Free parking ‘ no kidding Riders of motorbikes and scooters in Waverley are in line for free parking after a mayoral initiative was unanimously adopted … Read more

The Bondi boy who flew Spitfires

BY PETER McCALLUM It was the strangest twist of fate. The well-intentioned assistance of an established member of the Tamarama Surf Life Saving Club to … Read more

Straighthander with Christian Gibson

Are real estate agents the new rock stars’ Obviously, they bloody well think so based on the number of full and half page ads I’ve … Read more

Bard of Bondi back on the boards

BY VIRGINIA GUTHRIE He writes of blinding sun, of cats stretching on still-warm footpaths, of a childhood smelling like wet dog and bitumen on roads … Read more