Despite numerous attempts by the community to save it, Waterford Preschool on Henrietta Street, Waverley, will be closing for good at the end of 2020. The preschool has been running in the same location for fifty years. ...

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Bondi identity Phil Leadley is leading the fight to stop the development of three heritage bungalows in Edward Street by artist Ken Done’s Cadmium Property company under the guise of affordable housing. The bungalows i...

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The team behind the Forever Johnno fundraiser will be holding their annual Christmas Presents for Sick Kids event at the Coogee Bay Hotel on December 13. Christmas Presents for Sick Kids, organised by Coogee local Mal Wa...

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As the number of cars per household and the size of said cars increases, scooters are becoming the popular choice for local residents tired of driving around aimlessly in search of a parking spot that often simply doesnâ...

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For many generations the “she’ll be right mate” attitude has been part of the Australian culture. It helped our fathers and forefathers cope with the trauma of two world wars where they fought and succeeded in keep...

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Clovelly author Theresa Miller writes about the complexities of modern life and relationships in her new novel The Spin Doctor’s Wife, set against the backdrop of the Eastern Suburbs. The story is a lively and insightf...

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Two Bondi locals are taking on a new type of challenge to help grant dreams to cancer patients across Australia with the Dreams2Live4 charity. Glenn and Guy Miller (no relation) will run the 4x4x48 Challenge in November ...

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Not content with taking over public land on the southern side of its historic building, Justin Hemmes’ Coogee Pavilion now proposes to take over a large area of open public space on its eastern side, adjacent to the be...

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For those keen on the rigors of ocean swimming, try swimming at Bondi for six hours in cold water. This was one of the many tests that best mates Quinn Darragh and Luke Stewart had to endure to prepare for their biggest ...

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Phil O’Sullivan almost scored a century. He passed away at age 97 after a life spent in service of the Eastern Suburbs community. Phil is best known for managing the garage in Queens Park and for his commitment to the ...

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