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Alexi Boyd with the mysterious earmarked trees in Asquith Oval

Mount Colah & Asquith tree losses

Jenny Barlass Council needs to do more, say residents Residents of Mt Colah and Asquith are up in arms about the relentless loss of tree canopy...

Positive and Negative Gearing Explained

‘So what’s negative and positive gearing and what are the pros and cons?’ This is a question I frequently get asked by my clients....

HORNSBY SMALL BUSINESS EVENT – MINISTER JOHN BARILARO

Thank you for inviting me to the Hornsby Small Business Networking evening on 5 September 2016. I am pleased to hear that small business is...
Audiometrist Katie Rahman testing a client's hearing

Clear as a bell

Katie Rahman, audiologist Do yourself and those around you a favour and get your hearing checked Hearing loss is known as the “invisible disability”. It isn’t...

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Nature Notes

NICK HODGES Like many Australians I have friends who live in this country and who are married to Britons, and British friends who are married...
Old Willunga Trig Station

Wild Walks

MATT MCCLELLAND WILLUNGA TRIG WALK - PROMISES TREES AND WATERWAYS FOREVER! 40 mins, 1.4 km Return moderate track Feel like you’re on top of the world with...

Sydney’s 10 best bushwalks

Local walking expert Matt reveals his ten favourite walks around our bush-fringed city - and why they’re on his list of top ten. Sydney is...
Photo: Judith Ramage

Nature Notes

Something caught my eye through the window of the national park's tea shop.  There, only three metres away, in the fork of a tree...

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Nature Notes

NICK HODGES Like many Australians I have friends who live in this country and who are married to Britons, and British friends who are married...

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