Halloween fun for Randwick children

October 27, 2017 by  

Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick’s favourite annual celebration of Halloween, Swamp Monsters, is an interactive trick-or-treat trail through nearby Centennial Park. The event is suitable for children between the ages of four and twelve. [Read more]

Last chance to experience RMS Titanic

August 31, 2017 by  

Residents of Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick are able to experience life as passengers on the ill-fated ship Titanic.

The infamous ship sank on [Read more]

80th anniversary of Hollywood cinema in Randwick

August 1, 2017 by  

One of Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick’s icons, the Ritz Cinema, is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year, and in keeping with its usual fare, the celebrations will take the form of Sunday afternoon and Wednesday morning screenings of classical films from the golden age of Hollywood.

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Randwick Town Hall to host Twilight Concert

June 19, 2017 by  

Residents of Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick will soon be able to enjoy the first stage of renovations to their beloved Town Hall. [Read more]

Artisan market promotes locally made fare in Randwick

May 21, 2017 by  

The monthly Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick Artisan Market is the only indoor market of its kind in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, and the next one is coming up in a few weeks.

Once a month, 20 stalls take over a central space in the Royal Randwick Shopping Centre to provide the public with local handmade goods to please every kind of shopper.

On market days, all parking is free, and the stalls operate from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. Nearby Print company in printing companies printing services printing companies can provide signs and flyers for individual stallholders.

Royal Randwick is proud to support local entrepreneurs, and is careful with the selection of its stallholders, ensuring that no two stalls provide the same goods. This means more variety for the shopper.

Royal is not part of one of the big chains, but fills a need in its local community by donating $10 from every stall fee to the Sydney Children’s Hospital.

Also contributing to the Children’s Hospital is local music school Directions In Music, which provides live music throughout each market day.

Royal Randwick is at 73 Belmore Road, and on market days the stalls can be found on Level 1, at the top of the escalators. The next market will be on Sunday, June 4, and further information can be found on the market’s official website.

Randwick Library announces Sydney Writers’ Festival guest

May 6, 2017 by  

Author Zoe Morrison, whose debut novel ‘Music and Freedom’ won the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction in 2016, will be appearing at the Margaret Martin Library in Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick during the Sydney Writers’ Festival.

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Randwick to switch off for better environment

March 18, 2017 by  

A Twilight Picnic is to be held at Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick Environment Park to celebrate 10 years since the Earth Hour global phenomenon.

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Work begins on Town Hall makeover

February 16, 2017 by  

One of Print company in Randwick printing services Randwicks most prominent heritage-listed buildings is to receive a makeover.

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Residents invited to join in Australia Day celebrations

January 26, 2017 by  

Residents of Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick, Print company in New South Wales printing services New South Wales will be surrounded with family-friendly activities to enjoy on Australia Day. [Read more]

Programme urges locals to explore Randwick’s natural attractions

December 30, 2016 by  

Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick residents and visitors will have plenty of fun coastal experiences and activities to enjoy during the summer holidays.

Mayor Noel D’Souza said Council’s Marine [Read more]

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