• JA’s $350,000 Helping Handshake

    Bennelong MP John Alexander OAM presented a $350,000 Commonwealth grant for the renovation and extension of Epping Scout Group’s boatshed on the Parramatta River at Meadowbank on Sunday. Scouts NSW, Epping Scout Group and the Rotary Club of Epping are also contributing. Scouts NSW, Epping Scout Group and the Rotary Club of Epping are also contributing.

Amal's Discount Chemist April 2019 Catalogue - as found in The Weekly Times, 3rd April 2019

  • Lane Cove count and Update: Anthony Roberts returned

    The consistently safe Liberal seat of Lane Cove did not fail Anthony Roberts who easily claimed the seat with just over 50 per cent of first preference votes and 65 per cent of the vote on a two-party preferred basis despite a challenge from former Hunters Hill Mayor Richard Quinn, who quit the Liberal Party to challenge. #NSWvotes 2019 #NSWDecides

  • Ryde count update – 10.35pm

    Latest figures in for the Ryde electorate show Ryde MP Victor Dominello has achieved a crushing defeat of Labor mayor Jerome Laxale with 60 per cent of the vote on a two-party preferred basis. #Ryde #NSWvotes2019 #NSW Decides

  • TWT Election Update: Booths closed, the winner is….

    Polling booths closed about an just over two hours ago but results have already come through in another important competition – a highly-technical, qualitative assessement of the democracy sausage offering in the Ryde electorate. #NSWvotes2019 #NSWelection2019 #DemocracySausage

  • D-Day for NSW: Who will govern after Saturday?

    New South Wales citizens go to the polls this Saturday to decide who rules the State for the next four years. Public opinion polls suggest the result is on a knife’s edge between Liberal reigning premier Gladys Berejiklian and Labor’s Michael Daley with some pundits claiming the possibility of a hung parliament Independents ruling the roost. TWT200319 #NSWVotes2019 #NSWelection2019

  • JB’s World: All roads lead to Eastwood

    ALL ROADS lead to Eastwood this Saturday for the 33rd annualGranny Smith Festival which this year celebrates the 150th anniversary of thecreation of the famous green apple named after Maria Ann “Granny” Smith andgrown on her Eastwood farm by a fluke of nature. Promises to be a great day.Hope to see you there.

  • Cathie’s Column: Sunday Kevinwood Concert

    KEVINWOOD Orchestra is holding its final concert in the Sunday afternoon series for 2018 this Sunday September 30 in the Haseler Centre, Hillview Road – underneath St Kevins Catholic Church Eastwood.

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