Ku-ring-gai Creative Arts High School and two other innovative Binishells, will be listed on the NSW Government’s State Heritage Register.
Killara Public School have received a $12,500 grant in the second round of the program.
This is fantastic news for our grassroots sports clubs and could not come at a better time.
Ku-ring-gai residents can now take advantage of the much anticipated Dine & Discover NSW program.
For the past 11 years, Margaret Foott has been dedicated to the best interests of Turramurra Public School.
The NSW Government has provided Ku-ring-gai Council with over $340,000 towards new and upgraded play spaces in our local parks.
The ox symbolises resilience, steadiness and hard work—qualities we have all had to draw on in managing the global pandemic.
The data on dementia is astounding, it is the greatest cause of disability for people over 65. There is no cure and it does not discriminate.
Plans for the Pymble Station Accessibility Upgrade which includes three station lifts have now been approved.
Wahroonga resident, Mrs Jo Harris OAM has been named the 2021 Ku-ring-gai Local Woman of the Year.
The NSW Seniors Festival Grants Program provides opportunities for our local seniors to get active and stay connected.
I was amazed by the diligence and flexibility that the schools showed in managing the pandemic.
Alister Henskens SC MP was elected on 28th March 2015 as the Member for Ku-ring-gai in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament.
Alister has entered public service through Parliament after a successful career as a Sydney Barrister since 1996.
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