A Place of Public Worship in Glenhaven

Public Worship

By Dr Peter Gangemi – Mayor of The Hills Shire Council The Land and Environment Court has given the go ahead for a place of public worship at 1 Larapinta Place, Glenhaven despite Council and Community disapproval. The decision was handed down on Monday, March 28 by the Commissioner of the Court Joanne Gray. The […]

The Pros and Cons of Selling Off Market

Off market

There are various methods by which property can be sold, with sale types ranging from auctions and private treaty to expressions of interest. An increasingly popular sale type is the off market method, where qualified and highly motivated buyers are invited to inspect and make an offer on a property before it is formally listed […]

Dural And District Historical Society at Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains

On the 15th March, a bus full of eager members set off for the Blue Mountains. The weather was clear and beautiful. The anguish of Sydney morning traffic was quickly forgotten as the hospitality of the Blue Mountains Historical Society made us all welcome. Devonshire tea, expert explanations of their museum, and an enthusiastic tour […]

Angel Flight

angel flight

Who is Transported? Angel Flight have conducted over 20,000 flights transporting approximately 60,000 patients, carers and family members. Patients of all ages needing medical treatment at destinations where other forms of transport are physically and emotionally taxing or unaffordable Blood and blood products Medical drugs To meet our guidelines, passengers must be medically stable, ambulatory […]

The Late Tom Richmond OAM Honoured

Tom Richmond

By Nathan Tilbury At their March General Meeting, Hornsby Shire Council unanimously supported a proposal from the community to rename the Old Dairy sports field in Brooklyn, to Tom Richmond Oval. Tom passed away last year and he is greatly missed by many in the local community. Tom Richmond OAM was a respected expert on […]

News From The Friends of Fagan Park

Fagan Park

By Ian Browning Well, what a difference a week can make! Just a few days after writing last month’s report the rain started and, as we all know, it was still raining more than 2 weeks later. Fagan Park I recorded about 750mm for the period, some locally reporting even more. It amounted to nearly […]