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.
DAYLIGHT SAVING time actually starts this Sunday not last Sunday as I suggested last week.
TWT TERRITORY business community was in festive mood last Wednesday night at the Northern Districts Business Awards Gala Presentation Dinner at the prestigious Epping Club which we sponsored.
GOOD RIDDANCE to Turncoat, Trumble or whatever his name is following the circus in the Hot Air Capital of Australia over the past week.
Ryde Council is giving $20,000 to the Buy a Bale appeal and Councillors collected at Sunday’s Cork & Fork to help drought stricken NSW farmers.
ANZAC DAY commemorations have concentrated largely this year on the centenary of World War 1 but equally important is World War 2 which in reality was closer to home than the European sphere of WW1. We report this week on WW2 commemorations at North Ryde and Epping.