Yesterday Sydney paused to remember the lives lost 40 years ago when a bomb exploded outside the city's Hilton Hotel—a terrible terror attack.
With better governance in place, St John's College and its alumni can enjoy well in excess of another 150 years of achievement in the future.
Helen Wallace is a Wahroonga resident to whom many owe a large debt of gratitude.
Vexatious proceedings are inimical to the right of access to justice and can lead to the oppression of others.
All award-winners selflessly give their time, expertise and financial resources to make Ku-ring-gai a better place for others.
This Minister is industrious, transformative and effective. This hysterical and ridiculous censure motion should not be agreed to.
Our State has lost a loyal and talented servant, who was also a good friend, colleague, father and son. Vale "Don" Jose Crespo.
Ku-ring-gai is immensely proud of these three magnificent women and inspiring standard-bearers for women's sport.
Liane, Emma, Tammin and Jack continue to build Ku-ring-gai's reputation as one of the State's most prolific nurseries of artistic talent.
The highest responsibility of government is to protect the physical safety of its citizens.
Charles Frew is one of Ku‑ring‑gai's quietly influential citizens whose positive impact has been, and continues to be, immeasurable.
Andrew is a magnificent role model for young men and women in Ku-ring-gai and his efforts for the homeless are an inspiring example to us all.
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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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