CWA News

CWA Sydney Morning Herald

With 2022 bringing us our third successive summer of discontent, regular columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald and founder of Bad Mother Media, Kate Halfpenny, has had the brilliant idea of getting actual professionals involved in organising Australia. She’s calling in the Country Women’s Association. “Back in 2012 my daughter and I volunteered at the […]

Vendor’s Obligation To Leave House In Clean, Neat And Tidy State


Property & You – By Paul Mckenzie, Abs Conveyancing Nothing worse for a Purchaser, than to receive the residential property after settlement that is not clean, neat and tidy. This is not an acceptable position, regardless of what Agents, Vendors etc say, claiming “sold as is”. Post settlement, Purchaser can sue and recover, damages and […]

“Muck-Up Day” at the Country Club Bowls

Country Club Bowls

No white uniforms to be seen, just bowlers in their party gear! So they played PARTY BOWLS! With random rinks and no teams, each played for him/herself. The problem was if their bowl was furthest from the jack was taken off the rink, so eventually, there was only one person on the rink with a […]

Northholm Grammar Ranks 45th in the State HSC Results

Northholm Grammar

It is with much pride in communicating that Northholm Grammar is now ranked 45th in NSW as best performing schools in the HSC. Our continued achievements in scholarship through our HSC results is recognition of our vision and commitment to academic growth and developing the character of each student. Positioned in the Top 50 Schools […]

Hills Grammar Welcomes New Principal

Hills Grammar

Hills Grammar, celebrating 40 years as the leading independent co-educational school in the Hills District, is delighted to appoint its first female Principal, Mrs Karen Yager. Mrs Yager joins the School with more than 26 years’ experience in education, including, most recently, as Deputy Headmaster K-12, at Knox Grammar. A progressive and creative leader, Mrs […]

Another Year of Top HSC Results for Galston High

HSC Results

Galston High School students have once again achieved extraordinary HSC results across a wide range of subjects. In the 2021 HSC, Galston High School students received some truly exceptional Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) results, including 35 Band 6 (top band) results across the school. Dux of 2021, Ashley Tkacz achieved an ATAR of 98.15, including full […]