Tis the Season for Giving


Local resident and small business owner, Leanne Fisher, has seen the difficulties small business owners have faced this year and the effects a four-month lockdown has had on so many people. Giving To help as many people as possible in a tough year, Leanne invited friend and small business owner Lisa Carruthers to assist in […]

Emma Heyde and Hornsby Greens for Council

Emma Heyde

The Greens are receiving overwhelming support for their vision of a clean, green Hornsby Shire with well-maintained community facilities for everyone to enjoy like larger libraries, inclusive playgrounds and recreational opportunities for older children. Emma Heyde is standing for Mayor with a strong track record of working hard for the community. She has wins on […]

CWA News


“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill Christmas is certainly a time for giving and sharing with those around us, but let it not be limited only to those that we love and care for. Let it also be for the person […]

News From The Friends Of Fagan Park – Hooray, We’re Back!


By Ian Browning The Friends were permitted to return to duties on 26th October, and you can imagine the joy of being able to meet face to face again after another 4 months! We had a celebratory cake to mark the occasion, which we recorded with a couple of photos (courtesy of Mark). A considerable […]

What the Fish

What The Fish

What The Fish! café adds dining choice to the “Destination Flavour” map at Berowra Waters Marina. New proprietors and long-time locals, Karen and Daniel Prentice are committed to serving delicious food using quality locally-sourced produce. A revamp of the premises and menu has brought modern 21st Century décor, equipment, principles and practices to the table. […]

Artistic Talent Galore at Scarecrow Festival

Scarecrow Festival

By Lori Modde Arcadia Galston Residents’ Association (AGRA) believed 8 years was way too long to be without a scarecrow gathering in our rural and rustic paradise. It seems others thought so too! What a truly impressive response it was by locals with 27 ingenious, imaginative and awe-inspiring scarecrows exhibited across the realms of Berrilee, […]

Glenorie Progress Association

LABOUR SHORTAGE Glenorie Progress Association

Glenorie Community Carols on again in 2021. Save the date: Sunday 6PM 19th December 2021, Les Shore Reserve. Fantastic to hear that the Glenorie Community Carol tradition will continue in 2021. Save the date. The line-up of local artists looks fantastic. Being at the Les Shore Reserve (Glenorie Oval) means you can bring a picnic […]

Glenorie Community Carols 2021

Glenorie Community

By Callum Hoogesteger Glenorie Community Carols will be on again in 2021. Last year the carols had to be cancelled last minute due to the lock down announced the day prior. Instead, the band marched through the streets of Glenorie escorting Santa with carols, to hand out gift bags to the kids of our community. […]

Middle Dural Scouts Zoom Away from Virtuality

Middle Dural Scouts Zoom

All four sections from Joeys to Venturers have now moved back from virtual to real meetings, although so far mainly been out of the Scouts Hall. Joeys have been learning how to cook marshmallows with a Hobo stove (Mainly baked bean cans!) and also how to put the fires out with an extinguisher. Cubs have […]