A ‘walk with nurses’ was held in Mullum last Friday, and aimed to highlight the concern aged care nurses have around fee structures, safety issues and staff training in order to properly care for our elderly.
Today is your last chance to see the art installations at the Brunswick Nature Sculpture Walk, a triennial event created along the foreshore of Brunswick Heads.
Opened last Friday the walk (which includes 40 nationally recognised artists) explores sculpture, site-specific, ephemeral and installation art focusing on themes such as nature and the endangered environment, its fragility and sustainability.
Like a treasure hunt of magical proportions, punters enjoyed the chance to explore the foreshore over the long weekend and discover beautiful at works sprinkled in public places.
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Kingscliff property developer Gales Holgins is seeking to increase truck movements by bringing in fill from the M1 road works rather than using fill from the development site. But Kingscliff Ratepayers and Progress Association say that the impact on residents and business is too high a cost to pay.