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October 8, 2022

The power of the Bishop

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It’s Ageism Awareness Day

It’s Ageism Awareness Day and the peak body for older Australians, the Council on the Ageing (COTA) Australia, say we must all take action to address the scourge of ageism –  stereotyping and discriminating against individuals or groups on the basis of their age.

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Eco Festival bringing Tweed residents together to get climate-ready

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Dening Park and dune bashing

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Oliver’s happy hens

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Norco set for rebuild but what about other businesses?

While the community digests Tuesday’s news of Norco’s Lismore ice cream factory’s rebuild, Norco Chief Executive, Michael Hampson wants to stress the importance of the plight of all flood-affected Lismore businesses including small and medium size ventures.

Bundjalung art market

This year the region’s favourite Art on Bundjalung Market is coming to Kyogle on Saturday 22 October. The event...

Just us, with the wild goat

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A bishop captures by occupying the square on which an enemy piece sits.

Less experienced players tend to underrate the bishop compared to the knight because the knight can reach all squares and is more adept at forking.

More experienced players understand the power of the bishop.

Bishops usually gain in relative strength towards the endgame as more pieces are captured and more open lines become available on which they can operate.

Australia is about to get its second female PM by party political assignation: any tweets Mr Murdoch i.e. didn’t Tony beg enough?
 

T. Sharples, Tweed Heads

 


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Norco set for rebuild but what about other businesses?

While the community digests Tuesday’s news of Norco’s Lismore ice cream factory’s rebuild, Norco Chief Executive, Michael Hampson wants to stress the importance of the plight of all flood-affected Lismore businesses including small and medium size ventures.

Flood-affected youth film screening tomorrow

Flickerfest and One Vision Productions have joined forces to facilitate a workshop and free film screening that has brought flood-affected youth together to tell their stories.

Eco Festival bringing Tweed residents together to get climate-ready

The Eco Festival, to be held in Murwillumbah, aims to bring Tweed residents together for a fun, free event with practical tips to help residents prepare to be climate-ready and environmentally friendly.

More pieces added to New Italy’s history

Dr Pol Dalmau, will visit the New Italy Museum on Sunday to talk about the Spanish archives with information about the Italian families who settled in the town from 1882.