Sandra
About Sandra
Sandra is a staff writer at The Kuringai Examiner. She likes to take on research-focussed articles.
Hornsby

Studio Artes shocked by media report

April 29, 2016
Studio Artes have strongly denied a media report they consider it a “second blow” that Hornsby Shire Council is considering selling the building that contains their gallery. “We always knew this was coming and we […]
Food & Drink

Hungarian Goulash

March 13, 2016
Hungarian Goulash can trace its origins back to the 9th-century Hungarian shepherds. In olden days, the meal was cooked and then dried in the sun, needing only water to be added when it was time […]
Ku-ring-gai

Dogs Day Out – call for stallholders

February 19, 2016
Ku-ring-gai Council will be hosting a Dogs Day Out Event on Sunday 10 April 2016 at the St Ives Showground from 10am until 3pm and are currently seeking applications for stallholders. Ku-ring-gai is a very […]
Feature Article

Brenda Williams – Ku-ring-gai Woman of the Year

February 4, 2016
NSW Minister for Women, the Hon Pru Goward and Member for Ku-ring-gai Alister Henskens SC MP have today congratulated netball stalwart and volunteer Brenda Williams, announced as 2016 Ku-ring-gai Woman of the Year. Brenda Williams […]
Latest News

Julia Eagles named local Woman of the Year

January 24, 2016
Julia Eagles has been named the Davidson Electorate’s 2016 Local Woman of the Year. “Volunteering is a major part of Julia Eagles’ life. She makes a substantial contribution to the community and helps improve the […]
Ku-ring-gai

Echo Point Park seawall rebuilt

November 14, 2015
The Council has completed reconstruction of the seawall that protects a popular local park in East Roseville. The project was completed last month at a cost of $130,000. Echo Point Park is at the end […]
Entertainment

Hornsby Shire’s migrant stories

October 4, 2015
Photographer Nilmini De Silva celebrates the stories of Hornsby Shire’s migrant population, and demonstrates how they have contributed to our community, in her exhibition as part of Festival of the Arts. The photography exhibition ‘Faces, […]
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