Waste pick-up delays

MICHELLE SAFFERWaste collection has had a bit of a hiccup with recycling lying on the streets for more than a week now that the...

SMS

* With respect, Dr Frances le Roux (“Sound benefits babies,” Echo July 7), this is something most people know. I am in my...

Shooting in complex

KAREN KOTZEA Lakeside resident was shot in the arm during an attempted hijacking at Eastlake Business Complex in Marina da Gama last week. The bullet...

Seniors to put their creative side to work

Pretty Things for Little Things, a campaign run by Age-in-Action and the Shoprite Group to encourage customers - particularly senior citizens - to put...

Read of the Week

Edited by Carmel Schrire and Gwynne SchrireUCT Press Review: Brian Joss It’s astonishing what “the big cupboard” can hold. In this case, it was a...

Invest in a trench coat

Winter is a cloudy, grey and dark season, but our ward-robes can still excite us in so many ways. We just have to think...

Independent candidate not coming to the party

KAREN KOTZEIn the upcoming municipal election, Ward 61 will see its first independent candidate challenge traditional political parties, caucus politics - and raise the...

Getting insight on councillors’ views

Patrick Dowling, Far South Peninsula Community ForumDear councillors and would-be councillors of the South Peninsula, it is a bit less than a month to...

Expired voucher causes store embarrassment

Karen Gunton was more than upset when Hirsch’s in Milnerton refused to re-deem a voucher after she bought goods to the value of R54...

Challenger already feels like a champion

KAREN KOTZEKommetjie resident, Courtney Meyer, is the only woman representing South Africa in the finals of the Global Student Challenge, organised by the Chart-ed...