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2019–20 BUDGET DELIVERS $10 MILLION FOR NEW LINE ROAD

Congestion busting work is happening in the Berowra electorate with $10 million being invested from the Federal Budget to thoroughly plan improvements to New...

Business & Finance

What is Elder Law?

At LS Legal we specialise in a number of areas, one being Elder Law. A common question is ‘what is elder law?’ In a nutshell,...

Expedition Sydney

Recent expeditions have helped me develop a variety of landscape photography with your interior design requirements in mind. Rich forest and earthy tones, sandy...

Life insurance, key tips

We are often asked by clients what they should consider when purchasing life insurance. This includes cover against death, permanent disablement, loss of income...

Report on Economic Development

On Wednesday 14th November I spoke on behalf of small business at a particularly exciting council meeting. Dismayed by the complete omission of small business...

Sport

Giving kids more bounce

It’s normally a backyard activity and not one thought of as a sport. But trampolining is turning kids lives around - quite literally. With six...
Kids training at Montview Oval, Hornsby

Does Hornsby Shire needs more sports grounds?

It may have 43 sports grounds spanning 59 hectares - but in winter around two thirds of available space is squeezed to the max. Now...
'Pink Stumps Day' charity fundraiser for the club at The Glade in Wahroonga.

KISSING POINT CRICKET CALL OUT TO GIRLS

The Kissing Point Cricket Club has a strong history in girls’ cricket, and it is once again putting out a call for girls to...

Asquith Magpies Rugby League Club

Due the predicted extreme weather conditions tomorrow some changes have been made to the trials. 14s/15s 1st and 2nd have been cancelled and other...

Health & Lifestyle

Strengthen back muscles to alleviate back pain

“Oh, my aching back!” What do you think of when you hear those words? If you’re like most people, you can relate from personal...

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Nature Notes

Frogmouths

It had been a long, bonejarring drive over the corrugations and through the dust of the gravel highway leading up the Cape York Peninsula....

King parrots

My visitor was keen for me to show him the birds of Sydney. Finding and identifying the various species, even with the powerful binoculars...

Tall tiger tales

"If you need to answer the call of nature," said my Indian wildlife guide, "you'll have to go behind that shed. But keep your...

Sulphur crested Cockatoos

Nick Hodges Everybody recognises a Sulphur-crested cockatoo: its striking plumage, its noise, its confidence its cocky-ness. There's nothing delicate about a cocky. My European neighbour told...

Outdoor Life

The Search for Edward Lewis

The book tells the story of Glenn’s great great grandfather, a London pickpocket who was transported to Hobart Town at the age of thirteen....

Waiting for wildlife

When I first started looking for birds and animals I assumed you just wandered around hopefully. Then I was given some sound advice: sit...
with Daniel Schweitzer, Native Landscape Displays

Exploring NSW

If you are looking for new adventures and weekend trips to discover places, you could begin searching the coastline to the north of Sydney...

Eastern water dragons

I suppose most people are frightened of dragons. I certainly am. Recently on a bushwalk I almost trod on one. True it wasn't the...

Village Voice

The Garden Edge

Wild Walks