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$50,000 grant for trees

$50,000 grant for trees

Ku-ring-gai Council has won a $50,000 grant for trees. The Council was awarded the grant by the NSW Government to improve its knowledge and management of local trees. The grant was announced last month as part of a $1.65 million package of funding given to 28 NSW...

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Run Free!

Run Free!

Image: City bus Transport NSW is providing free travel from 14 April to the 25 April. Simply tap on and go, for free! You can travel anywhere on the Opal network: Illawarra, Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Newcastle and the Central Coast. I would suggest a day...

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The Rain Train to continue

The Rain Train to continue

Jay Houhlias If you catch public transport, there is no doubt you have been impacted by the severe weather recently. Your short, well-planned trip might have turned into a colossal journey spanning far longer than you anticipated. Whilst it is frustrating, the weather...

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St Ives Skate Park is Super

St Ives Skate Park is Super

The much anticipated, revamped skate park at St Ives Village Green is now open. The skate park has an open flow and large bowl, making it a challenge for experienced riders but also retaining safe areas for beginners to practice their skateboarding skills. Visitors to...

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HOME-LIFE ON-TREND POST COVID

HOME-LIFE ON-TREND POST COVID

Christa Nicola ‘Home is where the heart is’ has never been more prevalent than now - post-pandemic. Sydney siders prioritise their home lives over everything else and according to experts, it doesn’t look like anything is changing. Having spent the last year in and...

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