Concord Hospital upgrade too little too late, says Drummoyne Greens candidate

CITY of Canada Bay’s Deputy Mayor Charles Jago - the Greens candidate in the NSW electorate of Drummoyne - says the NSW Liberal Government’s Concord Hospital upgrade is “too little, too late”. #NSWvotes2019 #NSWelection2019

Emeritus Mayor ditches Liberals to back Independents

HUNTERS HILL Emeritus Mayor Sue Hoopmann OAM has thrown her influential support behind Lane Cove independent candidate Richard Quinn despite a history of supporting Liberal Party candidates. TWT200319

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

Smiths feature in local T20 “blockbuster”

Sydney Cricket Club players, supporters and TWT's resident cricket boffin Chris Karas - it’s fair to say - are excited about today’s Double Header at Drummoyne Oval.

CENTENARY of ARMISTICE

REMEMBRANCE DAY this Sundaycommemorates the centenary of the signing of the Armistice at 11am on the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918 which officially ended...

Pollies win flower show Silver Cup

Local Government team of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas and Burwood Councillor Heather Creighton won the Rivenden Flower Show Silver Cup Celebrity Challenge last Saturday for best floral arrangement. Runners-up were State Parliament team of Labor’s Strathfield MP Jodi McKay and Liberal’s Drummoyne MP John Sidoti.

State refuses to reveal forced merger papers

DESPITE a defeat in court last week, local communities will continue to pressure the Berejiklian Government to release secret cabinet documents used to claim cost savings from a forced merger of councils.

Comparison Rates Don’t Give Aussies Enough Credit

THE BAREFOOT BROKER with Jason Khoury Comparison Rates were rolled out by ASIC with good intentions but have turned out to be quite useless, so I’ll continue to lobby for...

More Tram Madness! Win for Melrose Park residents

Melrose Park residents are rejoicing the decision by Transport Minister Andrew Constance to not run the proposed Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 route along Wharf Road but along adjacent Waratah Street instead. Under...

Comparison Rates Don’t Give Aussies Enough Credit

THE BAREFOOT BROKER with Jason Khoury Comparison Rates were rolled out by ASIC with good intentions but have turned out to be quite useless, so I’ll continue to lobby for...

The Weekly Times – TWT – 18th September 2019

The Weekly Times - TWT - is a campaigning, crusading, truth-seeking, death defying, Aussie battler-aligned, one-eyed-Tiger-led news organisation dedicated to Sydney's north west. This flip book - or digital edition/replica - is the 18th September 2019 edition of TWT. #TWT180919