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Fine Free Week for children

The three most popular overdue books are Diere, David and Goliath and The Three Little Pigs.

Jazz festival

The Cape Town Big Band Jazz Festival, founded by the late Dennis Barr, is turning 21 this year, and features young musicians from across the country.

Crescent’s kerbs are crumbling

Hout Bay resident Mike Dollow said he wrote to the area’s coastal management and roads departments, urging them to upgrade and repair the beachside kerb.

Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews Yellowbone by Ekow Duker.

Wreck and back

Dyllan Farrell came first in the single junior men with Luke Jean le Roux taking second place. The doubles went to Zac Preyser and Jamie Jacobson.

New president for Rotary Club of Hout Bay

President Keith Bull handed over the chain of office to incoming president Athol Rice, and wished him a similarly successful year in delivering services to the community.

More MyCiTi buses on Hout Bay route

Ward councillor Roberto Quintas says the possibility of more buses and MyCiTi kiosks is being investigated.

Promising player gets to live his soccer dream

Dean Solomons helped Ajax Amsterdam’s under-19 team finish second in the under-19 Eredivisie.

Robbery suspects arrested

The two suspects will apply for bail on Wednesday June 12 at the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court.

In memory of Peter

Peter recently passed away after being diagnosed with cancer. He was a soccer lover and a Liverpool supporter.