Monthly Archives: July 2018
A strong turnout of residents demonstrated the community interest in a new law to protect wild horses in Kosciuszko National Park and the chance to hear Anne Dickson, President of the National Parks Association NSW.
The City of Sydney, in partnership with local police, are doing a safety audit. The Glebe Society’s scope for input is to present our top three priorities for possible inclusion in the audit at a stakeholder meeting on 31 July.
Vale Noreen Hayes, Book sale for Glebe Public school readers, Glebe Carers’ Support Group and The Glebe Dirty Reds now have a website
For more than a year the Glebe Society has been inquiring about the deserted building at 274 Glebe Point Rd.
We were greatly saddened by the untimely death of journalist and Glebeite, Deb Cameron in mid June 2018.
Congratulations to Glebe Society member, Dr John Alexander Byrne for becoming a member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Alex Byrne is being recognised for his significant service to library and information management through initiatives to develop access to global and Indigenous resources.
If you’re not already doing it, you can recycle soft plastics by taking them to Coles at Broadway and putting them in the ‘Redcycle’ bin.
Tramsheds Growers’ Market, Harold Park and Proposed Amendment to DCP 2012: Broadway between Glebe Point Rd and former Grace Bros