Expansion of Garigal National Park

June 18, 2017

In a move today, Garigal National Park near Belrose has expanded by 10 hectares. The 2,202-hectare (5,440-acre) park borders the Belrose Waste Management Centre and 10 hectares of government-owned ecologically significant land on its border will […]


Mural at Dural Lane – a sight to see

February 19, 2017

Have you seen the mural that is Dural Lane? In a bold move, Hornsby Council commissioned Hughes Sineux, a French artist to paint a mural in Dural Lane and he has done an amazing job. […]


New Rural Fire Station for Berowra

December 29, 2016

Hornsby Shire Council has announced that it is going to build a new Rural Fire Station in Berowra, with the plans approved at this week’s meeting. “This represents a further strengthening of the powerful relationship […]

Critically endangered Hibbertia spanantha Photo: Toelken & A.F.Rob.

Critically Endangered Plant

December 16, 2016

Hibbertia spanantha, a critically endangered plant has been found in Ku-ring-gai and now it has gained national recognition. Also known as Julian’s Hibbertia, it is a small yellow unassuming flower it has been listed on the […]


Hornsby Connect – A hand-up for all in need

November 2, 2016

On the 2nd of November 2016 Hornsby Connect opened its doors to lend “A hand-up for all in need”. Hornsby Connects’ President Steve Hopwood and his dedicated team have been working tirelessly to get this […]


Ku-Ring-Gai Carnival of Cultures

November 2, 2016

The Ku-Ring-Gai Carnival of Cultures is an initiative of the St Ives Park Public School Parents & Citizens Association and the Australian Dancers Guild Inc. which held its inaugural event at St. Ives Park Public […]


O’Dea Welcomes Council Eruv Survey

September 12, 2016

Member for Davidson, Jonathan O’Dea has welcomed Ku-ring-gai Council’s move to canvass the views of St Ives residents on the local Jewish Eruv as part of its consideration of the matter. We have reported on […]

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