FOR the past 15 years, Arthur Muller has invited people into his home in Framesby Extension to share in his joy of Christmas and the joy of giving – and this year is no different.
THE art of bonsai growing is not just for older folk and nothing proves that more than eight-year-old Daniella Pattinson of Mount Croix.
FORMER Port Elizabethan Kyle Buckingham is making a name for himself in the Ironman world.
FORGET asking for toys or a game, 10-year-old Jordynn Human's wish is to become a vet, and her dream recently came true.
MOVE over Einstein, HoŽrskool Framesby pupil Luan Staphorst is this year's winner for the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists Science Fair, which was held in Johannesburg recently.
ANNIVERSARY celebrations were in full swing this month, as the St David's Congregational Church in Cassia Drive, Sunridge Park celebrated their golden jubilee over 14 days.
THE Wilson twins of Sherwood could very well say "Oops, we did it again" a la Britney Spears.
TWO Port Elizabeth cyclists have started preparing for the sixth annual St Bernard's Hospice Cycle Challenge between Port Elizabeth and East London from November 27 to 29.
ABOUT 110 leading wheelchair tennis competitors hit the courts at the end of September for the Airports Company South Africa Eastern Cape Open at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth
TWO young Port Elizabeth designers beat off other contenders to claim the prestigious titles of the winners of the first-ever Cobra Design Competition recently.
TIRED of being her brother's "ball boy", Grade 3 Herbert Hurd pupil Tatum Bennette decided to show him (and his friends) how it is done.
CALLIES maintained their unbeaten record in the Safa-NMB SAB League on Sunday when they beat Central Acemates 2-1 in a Pefa derby at the Victoria Park field.
SCHOOL teacher, long-distance runner, unofficial guidance counsellor, sports coach, community worker – Minnie Trimalley, 64, packs a lot into her little frame.
THE Newton Park swimming pool is once again out of action and is currently standing empty due to a dispute over whether the contractors or the municipality are responsible for the cost of the repairs.
HIS memory may be fading and dates and events are beginning to blur but his passion for sport and cycling in particular is far from diminishing.
A DROP in the crime rate has been reported as the men and women of the Mount Road police station have taken on a new "two-wheeled" operation.
FOR 50 years the Oosterlig has sponsored a walk from Uitenhage to Port Elizabeth.
POSTING about crime and suspicious activities on social networks instead of reporting these incidents to authorities has become a concern for police and crime prevention forums.
THE first Face of Walmer Park Shopping Centre competition winner – Luzaan Preston, 21 – who started modelling six years ago and hails from the western suburbs, could be the next Miss SA.