Punch Up Hi James – We were disgusted to read Kieran Blake’s article in the November edition, titled ‘Safe Injecting Space Planned for Mackenzies Bay’. Sure, dogs pooping freely in the bay sucks, but what an ...

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Clovelly artist Geoff Taylor enjoys painting and drawing and has done several works featuring our local area. Geoff was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) in October 2018 and has since lost the use of his right ha...

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Earl Weir is a muso’s muso. You can see it in his eyes. One gets the feeling that if the apocalypse did come, you could still find him strumming away on some sort of stringed instrument, pieced together with tin cans a...

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To many from the east, he was known affectionately as ‘Fins First Rae’, a radical surfer who would take off with his board facing the wrong way and then whip through a daring 180-degree spin as he slid down the face ...

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The Clovelly springboard Hi Nicola (Diving Into Clovelly’s History, The Beast, October 2020) – I was a child (born in 1943) living in Boundary Street, Clovelly. I remember the springboard was there until the mid ...

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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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Fishing at Clovelly Beach Hi there – I am wondering if you can shed some light on, or draw attention to, the issue of fishing at Clovelly Beach. I am a long-time local. I took a walk down there on a blustery day an...

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  Introducing Waverley artist Janine Hall, who painted this month’s wonderful cover art featuring the long lost Clovelly diving board… How long have you lived here? I’ve lived in the Eastern Suburbs for as...

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The focus of much of our health-related discussions this year have concerned COVID-19 and associated matters like our huge indebtedness to those workers at the front line protecting us. I am also very aware that while ou...

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Traffic Chaos out of Control It’s about time Waverley Council introduced a form of compensation for local residents suffering from the inconvenience of major development work in the municipality. With the massive deman...

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