We want your snaps

The Monthly Chronicle is holding our first annual photography competition for amateur photographers in Ku ring gai and Hornsby Shires. The theme: ‘A new perspective...

Local teachers help in HSC lockdown

Local high school teachers are giving up their time in these school holidays to tutor HSC students at a study camp being run at...

Nest boxes and new roads for Quarry

Environmental work has begun to ready Hornsby Quarry for the production-line operation transporting over a million cubic metres of rock and soil to the...

Step up to the plate

With retirees living longer than ever before, health care facilities are struggling to keep up. A Hornsby physiotherapist has responded to this need by...

The “$27 million disaster”

Hornsby Aquatic Centre is facing a string of complaints from disgruntled users about the parlous state of its facilities. The complaints - at a time...

Like it Local – Buy it Local

Residents may have noticed posters up in their local shops encouraging them to Like it Local - Buy it Local.  This is part of...

A cut too far

Ausgrid has been taken to task by Ku ring gai residents for “ugly and lopsided” pruning of trees on nature strips, growing close to...

Florence Street to come alive

This is the first picture of the town centre revamp - coming to you in the first half of next year and promising a...

Stubbed out

The end of the line for public smoking in Ku ring gai – but is the ban a toothless tiger? Smokers beware  – cigarette smoking...

Call to sharpen up business practices

Hornsby’s business chief is calling on the council to loosen its “nanny state” regulatory system to boost business in the shire. Paul O’Neill, President of...