Expanded toll relief will make travel on NSW roads more affordable for all.
Ku-ring-gai High School will benefit from a new $2,720,000 all-weather multi-sport facility with accessible and inclusive amenities.
We remember Faith Safer and her contribution to our community.
The Ku-ring-gai Historical Society serves our community through researching and recording our local history.
Celebrating the achievements of Ku-ring-gai Little Athletics, its athletes, and volunteers.
Thanks to our community for supporting the Special Olympics Sydney Upper North Shore through the Ku-ring-gai Chase Fun Run or Walk.
Best wishes to Mr Stanley Yeaman celebrating his 100th birthday.
Creating safer pedestrian connections for school communities travelling to and from school.
The Ku-ring-gai community will be equipped with educational events to promote environmentally sensitive recreation.
Sporting clubs and organisations play a vital role in the Ku-ring-gai community.
The Ku-ring-gai Rotary Club has raised community awareness of what to do in the event of a cardiac arrest emergency and generously donated a defibrillator which has been installed at West Pymble Shops.
We congratulate and thank Karen Penrose for her enthusiasm, determination and advocacy for equitable participation for women in community sport, for which she has received the Ku-ring-gai Local Woman of the Year Award.
We are indebted to those who serve and sacrifice for our country and we remember and honour them at ANZAC Day services.
Nine Ku-ring-gai schools will benefit from the NSW Government's Metro Renewal Program investing in public education infrastructure projects.
The Safer Roads Program is continuing to improve safety on roads with the Ku-ring-gai community set to benefit from upgrades to Mona Vale Road in Pymble.
Congratulations to Emily Bartrop, a finalist in The One to Watch awards in 2022 for her dedication to raising awareness and funds to benefit those with childhood heart disease.
Ku-ring-gai Local Area Command welcomes new probationary constables to ourarea.
The Ku-ring-gai community will benefit from $50,000 funding to Ku-ring-gai Council under the NSW Government’s Greener Neighbourhoods program, to plan for and manage tree canopy and green cover in our area.
Seniors can opt-in to access Seniors and Seniors Saver Cards online.
The Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates its 50th anniversary.
St John Ambulance provides invaluable service to our community through first aid services and training.
Our local emergency service personnel deserve recognition for their selfless service to our community.
NSW drivers can opt-in to Digital Vehicle Registration.
Local Scouts groups provide invaluable support, training, leadership and service to our community.