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What’s going on with gas?

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Conversing in an age of verbal flatulence 

The other day I bumped into an old acquaintance of mine in the centre of Brisbane. For twenty-five breathless minutes he regaled me with a microscopically detailed account of his secondhand electric car.

Editorial: The beef about meat

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Valley landholders

John Hayter, Tintenbar It came as no surprise to seasoned valley landholders when ex-Cyclone Debbie swept in from the coast...

From go to whoa – Norco Primex expo covers it all

Norco and Primex are bringing a three-day sustainable farming and primary industry expo to you.

Search for a home

Jules Claydon, Ocean Shores I helped a friend move to a new rental property last week, relieved that a stressful...

From penis painters to sword swallowing Guinness World Record holders there is going to be no shortage of laughs and inspiring ideas at the first of Byron Shire’s only live talk show – Byron Live.

Host Mandy Nolan will also be getting down with the yoni and heading into the depths of positive thinking on the environment emergency with Damon Gameau whose recent documentary 2040 was shown at the UN climate summit in New York.

Sit back, enjoy Áine Tyrell, and relax while Mandy asks all those sticky, probing questions this Saturday October 5 at the Drill Hall Mullumbimby.

Tickets are $35 at www.mandynolan.com.au and the doors open for cocktails from 7pm for an 8pm start.

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