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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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From an okay Boomer

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Piccadilly Circus comes to Mullum

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The fight for patient ratios and safety continues

As nurses and midwives around the country fight for better staff-to-patient ratios the union decided to strike again on Wednesday.

Former priest to face court over alleged historical child sexual assault – Richmond PD

A former priest will face court today charged over alleged historical child sexual assault offences in Mallanganee. In November 2021,...

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.

Linda Reynolds – it is time to resign

There ought to be a second loser from the whole Bruce Lehrmann aborted trial fiasco – Western Australian Liberal Senator, Linda Reynolds. 

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Brunswick chief training officer Braeden McHugh-Easy gets support from new surf life savers David Johnson, Ella Holloway, Kiri Olsen and Bronwyn Morris. Photo supplied

Locals and visitors can be reassured when they head to Brunswick Beach as four new surf life savers have graduated from the Bronze Medallion surf life saving course.

Eight weeks of intensive training covered practical and theory subjects including rescue board handling in surf conditions, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid and patient management, radio operations, tube and board rescue techniques and all other factors relating to beach safety.

The successful candidates received a Certificate Two in Public Safety.

As the summer holidays approach, enjoy the beautiful beaches and stay safe by swimming between the flags.


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