Ku-ring-gai

Shoot your kids!

May 16, 2014
If you live in Kuringai and you have kids that play sport, sooner or later you’re going to find yourself on the sideline of an event hoping to take some decent photos. You might have […]
Café

Thriving on the edge of chaos

May 16, 2014
The Station café is a busy eatery in Wahroonga. I have been there early in the morning and at lunchtime and it is almost always full. The place bustles with activity, almost at a point of […]
5 Things to do

Five Things – May 17/18

May 15, 2014
This is going to be another weekend packed full of things to do in Kuringai. We are well in to autumn and the weather is promising to be crisp, clear and sunny all weekend so […]
Café

High Brow Burgers

May 14, 2014
Offering higher-brow burgers, coffees and beers, Abby’s is the recently founded burger business, taking the spot where Oporto used to reside along Mona Vale road. Positioned between Pattison’s Patisserie and Max Brenner Chocolate shop on […]
Off List

Can you write?

May 11, 2014
We are looking for a writer that is well versed in the local real estate market and can discuss local issues every week or two in a feature article on a voluntary basis. Subjects can […]
Entertainment

Joni Mitchell and The Doors

May 11, 2014
On Friday the 9th of May, The Roseville Club on Pacific Highway opened its doors again to the warm welcoming of Dave Keogh and his gorgeous ticket ladies, Anna and Kelly who run the increasingly […]
Football

West Pymble get vital win

May 11, 2014
Today’s clash saw West Pymble take on Chatswood Rangers in an important division 5 match; Chatswood had only won one game so far this season and West Pymble had lost all of their games. So both […]
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