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 3rd April 2019 edition of TWT. #TW030419
CONSERVATIVES candidate for Ryde Steve Busch says candidates for the major parties are too busy playing the “blame game” and not tackling the real issue of inadequate infrastructure. TWT200319 #NSWvotes2019
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
HUNTERS HILL Emeritus Mayor Richard Quinn will run as a independent candidate for the seat of Lane Cove during next month’s state election.
Some of our best and brightest future leaders from primary schools across TWT Territory have been recognised in the 6th Annual Primary Schools Leadership Awards.
Property giant Meriton has reduced the height of its proposed Macquarie Park development by a third to address “community concerns”.
DIVYA AHLAWAT was named and crowned 2018 TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen at last Saturday’s Gala Presentation ceremony in Eastwood Shopping Centre.
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.
TWT Festival Queens will star in this Saturday’s Granny Smith Festival Grand Parade through Eastwood to the official opening on stage in Rowe Street Eastwood.