Darren White



Rabbi hopes to lead by example

Australia’s first female senior rabbi says her appointment to the high position can be of benefit to both young women and men of the Jewish faith. Rabbi Nicole Roberts will lead the North Shore Temple Emanuel (NSTE) in Chatswood where she has already served for six years and has helped create programs such as “Teen […]


Doctor slams telco on base station risks

A Coogee doctor has blasted teleco TPG over its community consultation on small cell base stations in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. “The way you have conducted yourselves so far has been absolutely appalling,” Dr Rahul Sen told a public meeting to loud applause from local residents. Dr Sen said the jury was still out on the […]


Street poll: Trust in media at all-time low

Trust in the news media is falling, with fewer than one-third of Australians saying they trust the media. Mexicans, Canadians and Indonesians all have more trust in the media then Australians, according to an international study by the Edelman Group. The Edelman Trust Barometer revealed that the trust Australians have in the media is at […]


Lana Lyric – a look that captures attention

By day Lana Lyric is a security professional, training security officers around the globe with a file hosting service. By night she is an artist in the music industry (as well as a performing artist, music producer and sound engineer) with her own company, working on her music as well as producing other artists’ work. […]


Small cell base stations ring alarm bells

Angry residents gathered in front of a telco base station this week to voice their concerns at health risks from electromagnetic radiation. They expressed their worries to Newsbytes about unknown dangers from a new type of device – small cell base stations – being installed in the Sydney eastern suburb of Kingsford by telecommunications company […]


Action urged on radiation risks

Worried Kingsford residents have turned to Randwick City Council for help after telecommunications company TPG began installing small cell base stations near homes and schools. They object to a lack of community consultation from the telco as well as the possible adverse health impacts – especially on children – of long term exposure to radio-frequency […]


Protestors demand end to live sheep trade

About 500 protestors gathered at Sydney Town Hall last week to call for a ban to the live export industry. The protestors braved wet weather to demand immediate action by the federal government to end live exports. The rally was held by the Animal Justice Party NSW in response to government reactions to TV footage […]


Residents angry at recycling bin noise

7am on Sunday mornings is usually a time for sleep ins, but not for Malabar residents who have to put up with the sound of bottles crashing into trucks collecting recycled drink containers. Angry locals say they had no idea what was happening when what looked like shipping containers were placed in the car park […]


Panthers overcome injury woes to beat Bulldogs

The Penrith Panthers secured their sixth win of the NRL season in round 8 on Friday night, beating the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs 22-14 despite losing their fullback Dylan Edwards to a shoulder injury. Edwards injured his shoulder in the 13th minute meaning he will now join halfback Nathan Cleary on the sidelines. The Bulldogs were […]


Council attacked for ‘archaic’ zoning laws

A Randwick City Council community forum has been told that current zoning laws are “archaic” and should be changed as they are causing unnecessary distress. Angry residents said they were worried about impact on property values and problems selling their homes. There was standing room only as 73 registered speakers expressed their views in two-minute […]


News by Email