Tuesday, October 22, 2019
RIVERSIDE GIRLS HIGH students have reached out to help drought stricken farmers with a fundraising initiative that will require students to give up social media next week.
Australia’s telecommunications giants are spending billions on technology and advertising but can’t run a simple help desk, say local residents who attended a West Ryde Forum last week.
FOUR Riverside Girls High students have launched a project to encourage other students to spend less time on social media and more time helping the community. Students Marcelle Hakikat, Neda Pourali, Kelsey Feng and Ava Daltrey launced the Helping Hand...

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The Weekly Times – TWT – 16th October 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 16th October 2019 edition of TWT. #TWT161019

The Weekly Times – TWT – 9th October 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 2nd October 2019 edition of TWT. #TWT021019

The Weekly Times – TWT – 2nd October 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 2nd October 2019 edition of TWT. #TWT021019