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November 27, 2022

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A treasured community asset

The Bowlo, a treasured community asset in Bangalow very popular with young families, is now destined to be part...

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Editorial – Getting recovery right

The recognition of loss and damage at COP27 is a cause for celebration by those countries, especially developing countries, already experiencing the impacts of climate change.

Ballina water supply

A recent Echo article regarding Rous County Council’s plans to access Alstonville ground water through bores for its Future...

Interview with Ash Grunwald

Currently touring his latest release Shout Into the Noise, Ash Grunwald is a Bluesfest veteran with about ten appearances under his belt. His most recent show was earlier this year where he not only appeared solo, but he was part of some awesome collaborations – yet another great thing about Bluesfest.

No time to waste

Germany has just worked out that they want to legalise recreational use of cannabis by allowing 30g possession and...

Five men charged with child sex offences, Gold Coast

Queensland Police say five men have been charged with multiple child sex offences following a joint investigation by officers from Argos and the Gold Coast Child Protection and Investigation Unit.

What is the value of a DCP ask Kingscliff residents

Locals 'disappointed' after Tweed Shire Councillors approve the change of use development application for eight flats at the Paradiso tourist accommodation facility in Kingscliff from ‘tourist’ to ‘residential’ accommodation. 

rhonnie-tant-ear-candy-Ear Candy are Darrel Beasant and Rhonnie Tant.

Promoting their second studio album Rollin’ Down the Highway, Ear Candy write, perform and produce their varying styles of original music from their home-based studio in Brisbane.

Darrel and Rhonnie are currently doing gigs around southeast Queensland and New South Wales. They are working on writing and recording new music for their third studio album, which is due for release in 2014.

On New Years Eve you can find them at the Kingscliff Bowling Club.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.


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