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Bondi Pavilion’s second wind

BY PAUL PAECH It was clear to everyone - except Waverley’s colourful Mayor Sally Betts - that the $38 million proposal to transform Bondi Pavilion into a sleek commercial operation was a dud. So when the NSW Government finally stopped its deeply unpopular compulsory amalgamation of councils, local electors had their chance to create the […]

Bondi Community losers in Pavilion redevelopment

BY CHRISTOPHER HARRIS Bondi residents rallied against community cultural space in Bondi Pavilion being converted for commercial interest at a meeting on Monday night. The group said the Waverley Council’s plan for the pavilion would turn it into a “shopping and restaurant precinct,” robbing the locals of community space. Residents, pavilion business owners, as well […]

Bondi set to sing

Music studios at the Bondi Beach Pavilion will become available to the community for hire. The move will make the dynamic space available to local talent groups and schools such as Bondi Beach Public. Cassandra Bartolomei, who teaches music at the school, welcomed the new cultural hub. “It is always great to have a [place] […]


The Swedish sci-fi drama Real Humans presented a parallel world where androids carry out dangerous and monotonous jobs for humans whilst developing individualist behaviour. Robots vs Art takes a comedic look at a not-so-distant future when robots can think for themselves. Unfortunately, they’ve decreed the planet as better off without humans and after executing most […]