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 […]

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 […]


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 […]


Refugee Welcome Packs

August 26, 2016

The final 70 Ku-ring-gai Refugee Welcome Packs have been delivered to Settlement Services International (SSI) on Friday August 19 to be distributed to newly arrived refugees. The Ku-ring-gai Refugee Welcome Pack Appeal was a whole of community effort […]


Safer Pathway for Domestic Violence

July 29, 2016

People experiencing domestic and family violence will receive tailored, multi-agency support with the roll out of Safer Pathway in the Northern Beaches and Ku-ring-gai Police Local Area Commands (LACs) from March 2017. Minister for the […]


Ken Done: A Life Coloured In

May 16, 2016

Ken Done has an extraordinary place in the hearts of Australians. His vivid, optimistic paintings are part of our collective consciousness and have helped define us to the world. But what do we know about […]

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