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April 15, 2024

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How do you keep a nude beach safe from sex pests, accepting nudity is not the cause, but that a remote location can encourage predatory opportunism? For me, Tyagarah nude beach is a wicked problem. And I don’t mean morally. I mean culturally.

Beady-eyed miner

As I sat for a coffee in Brunz the other day, sharing my table with a beady-eyed miner, I...

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Share the love cactus

Want to experience fresh, new music? A new local band has germinated from the fertile artistic soils of the Northern Rivers. Hashimoto’s Cactus is the lovechild of Stephen Lovelight, who is one of the members of the Round Mountain Girls.

Sea Shepherd’s ocean protection looks to new horizons

Mention Sea Shepherd (SS) to most people, and it conjures up images of dramatic whaling boat collisions at sea.  

Understory: a theatre show connecting kids to nature

Understory is a magical, interactive theatre adventure created for children by Roundabout Theatre, springing to life in the Lismore Rainforest Botanic Gardens this April school holidays.

Tom Burton is only nine years old and has only seven weeks of rehearsals under his belt but, undaunted by the limelight, he is set to star as Michael in the Tweed Theatre Company’s production of Peter Pan – the Musical.

You can see Tom – and a cast ranging from age six to 67 – in April, when the show runs for eight performances at the Tweed Civic Centre. Tickets can be booked online at www.tweedthreate.com.au, or by phoning 1800 674 414.


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