Llandudno connects with fibre

Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) technology is coming to Llandudno.In a ground-breaking move aimed at providing local households with the high-speed internet connectivity, the Llandudno Special Rating...

Leadership skills for pupils in ‘big school’

Kronendal Primary has embarked on a leadership development programme for the Grade 6 and 7 pupils, known as the Peace Pal Programme.The aims of...

Hout Bay fires

A fire broke out above Hout Bay Heights on Wednesday February 22. Three helicopters were dispatched to douse the flames burning large swatches of...

History through Lucy’s eyes

How does one teach children about tough subjects, such as apartheid and forced removals, and should they even be exposed to these complicated constructs...

Car falls down cliff

The driver of a white Audi was lucky to escape with only minor injuries after careering through a barrier and going off the cliff...

Burst pipe leaks thousands of litres of water

With dam levels now at an effective 24.5 percent, the City has once again called on residents to drastically reduce their water consumption.However, a...

Attorney offers portion of profits to Bright Start

A remarkable gesture from a Cape Town attorney has provided Hout Bay-based non-profit organisation Bright Start with the perfect start to its fund-raising efforts...

A ‘Stikeez’ situation

David Priilaid, Hout Bay Stikeez are small rubber toys given out at Pick n Pay when you spend more than R150. Our three-year-old Siamese...

Tumi brings her show to town

Tumi Morake is taking her comedy to the people with a nationwide tour of her one-woman show, Tumi or Not Tumi, which she will...

Tourism forum on right route

Stakeholders from a number of Hout Bay organisations attended the Hout Bay Tourism Forum meeting.Last year Terry Murphy, chairperson of the Hout Bay Tourism...