Ku-ring-gai

Suburb profile – Lindfield

July 31, 2014
Origin Lindfield means “lime tree field” and the area was settled by Europeans in the 1850s. The name derives from the native town of an early landowner, Mr List, who named his house after Lindfield, […]
Hornsby

Hornsby Kuringai Women’s Shelter

July 31, 2014
The communities of Hornsby and Ku-Ring-Gai have been working towards the establishment of a much-needed social-centre in our region. The delicate subject matter of domestic violence is broached on the Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Women’s Shelter website. […]
Hornsby

Farmers’ and Craft Markets

July 29, 2014
There are a variety of markets on the North Shore including food, or Farmers’ markets as well as craft markets. The Farmers’ market scene is developing slowly and interested patrons will often need to travel […]
Feature Article

Know your history – Wiseman’s Ferry

July 29, 2014
Most, if not all, residents of Hornsby and Kuring-gai will know of Wiseman’s Ferry, a township located 75km north-west of the Sydney CBD in the combined local government areas of Hornsby Shire, The Hills Shire, […]
Football

Premier League round-up – July 25

July 28, 2014
Willoughby have sealed the Premiership for the season and so the focus now turns to the middle of the table where there is enough points in the last few matches to see some huge upsets. […]
Feature Article

Lindfield win the day, Dalleys win the League

July 26, 2014
Okay, stay with me on this one; On the Premiership ladder, Willoughby Dalleys were eleven points clear of Kissing Point and North Sydney at the start of the weekend. Willoughby Dalleys and Kissing Point only […]
Café

Fresh fish on the Hawkesbury

July 22, 2014
Lifeboat Seafood is a fresh fish café on the Hawkesbury at Brooklyn. A friend had told me that it was “arguably the best seafood in Sydney” so I was keen to take a look! Beside […]
1 2 3 6