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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...
Volunteers from the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai District RFS with (from L to R) Troy Grant, Philip Ruddock, Matt Kean, Damien Tudehope and Alister Henskens

Brave firies get set for summer

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Rural Fire Service showed they were geared up for what’s promised to be a hot summer when they met with the Emergency...

Magpies gives over $23,000 to deserving local charities

Magpies Waitara was in a generous mood when it donated over $23,000 from raffle sales to three chosen local charities Hornsby Connect, Ku-ring-gai Youth...

Have you seen these birds?

Jenny Barlass Take part in backyard survey to help preserve the Gang Gang Cockatoo Local scientists hold grave concerns for the future of Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai...

Shock over Lindfield Green

Jenny Barlass Lindfield businesses and residents are angry about the sudden approval of the Lindfield Village Green development. They say they had no notice it was...

Remembering departed children at Xmas

St Matthew’s Anglican Church, West Pennant Hills is holding its 23rd annual Service of Remembrance for families and friends of children who’ve died or...

All change for Epping transport

Frustrated commuters living in Epping have been promised improved train and bus services from the end of November. Member for Epping Damien Tudehope said the...

The Arcadian Artist Trail is back

Make sure you are one of the thousands of people travelling the beautiful Arcadian Artists Trail through Hornsby Shire’s rural suburbs this month. The...
Like father, like son: Philip Ruddock in the Council Chambers, next to a photo of his father Max, also once a Hornsby Mayor

Ruddock comes out fighting

Jenny Barlass As he embarks on another chapter in his 42 year political career, Hornsby’s new Liberal Mayor speaks exclusively to the Monthly Chronicle on...
Ku-ring-gai's newly elected Mayor Jennifer Anderson, about to serve her fifth term, with new Deputy Mayor Callum Clarke

Your new councils

KU-RING-GAI - Liberal dominated Around 82,259 people are enrolled and most will have voted. Ku-ring-gai is divided into five wards, with two councillors elected from...