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February 25, 2024

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Lorikeets on the mend as paralysis season eases

A poorly-understood phenomenon where lorikeets in the region becoming paralysed and unable to fly is thankfully coming to an end for 2024, says WIRES wildlife vet, Dr Tania Bishop.

Save Wallum protesters celebrate community support

A localised community campaign against development on ecologically sensitive land at Brunswick Heads continues, with more than 300 protestors said to have been on site over the weekend.

Appointments for free breastscreen van in Mur’bah next month

Around ninety per cent of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history of the disease.

Mullum2Bruns Paddle returns

Exciting news for the 1,000 or so enthusiastic paddlers who come for competition, the dress-up fun, a family outing or showcasing their individual craft – the Mullum2Bruns Paddle returns !

Man assaulted on M1

Witnesses of an assault on the Pacific Highway over the weekend are being asked to contact police as they investigate the alleged crime.

Karl Williams: Sheoak Shack, Saturday

He was born into a non-musical family and named after a criminal from the future. But who can be bothered to unravel the twisted line that led Karl S Williams to the blues and perverted him into a guitar-slinging, banjo-wielding freak with a penchant for hellfire, heavenly salvation, and writing about himself in the third person?

If you believe his stories (which are all lies) he may have straddled Led Zeppelin, kissed Nina Simone, blown a few Beats and levered open the lid of the skull with a psychedelic can opener.

However it went, he is grateful for it all. Lord have mercy!

To see Karl be at the Sheoak Shack on Saturday


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