Straight out of school, Hal Cumpston was set on entering the world of comedy. He had an interest in acting and even considered doing stand-up, but he knew it would take more than just being funny to stand out from the cr...

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Sometimes there’s really nothing better than a refreshing dip in the ocean, especially when you need to give yourself a break from sweating profusely in the sweltering summer heat. From keen-bean surfers and muscle-bou...

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When facing tragedy, most people understandably enter survival mode, curl up in the foetal position and wait for life to stop kicking the shit out of them. Losing a child is about as soul-destroying as it gets and anybod...

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The recent Bronte Cutting Pilot Project Draft Survey, conducted by the Bronte Surf Club, reveals that more than 75 per cent of respondents want the 20 car spaces returned in the cutting. Bronte Surf Club president, Basil...

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Last October, voters in the Wentworth by-election decided that they wanted to be a force for change and demand politics done differently. They were sick of the revolving door of leadership, sick of petty internal party g...

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It was 1986 when Bondi locals came together to create the mosaic mural that lines the northern end of the beach. Each tile and gem was handpicked by local children and their families, ceramics were made in school art roo...

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For five years, 5/43 Hall Street, Bondi was a squalid drug den littered with hoarded junk. Those who lived or worked in the area at the time would remember this period well. Over five years, the tenant at the time – a ...

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Clovelly locals and others who frequently traverse Clovelly Road would be aware of the concerning number of shop vacancies in the retail hub at the top of the street. The closure of the much loved DeNavi’s Delish Deli ...

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When it comes to parking, the Eastern Suburbs is a dog-eat-dog nightmare. It’s almost impossible to find decent parking within reasonable walking distance of just about anything that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Be...

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Hannah More has always called the Eastern Beaches home. Born and raised in Bronte and now living in Maroubra, Hannah and her family are familiar faces in the east. Her cafe, The Bogey Hole, is iconic to Bronte and has pl...

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