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Ballina shire councillors voted unanimously at a meeting last week to support a consultancy’s findings regarding suitability of land on Lennox Head for a new RFS station and preschool.

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Margot Hays, Bangalow

I would like to voice my opinion regarding the hut structure at Belongil where Jaimini sits and meditates, along with others. This space on the beach is not hurting anyone. In fact Jaimini talks with many people about life, and gives out such beautiful wisdom, it warms the hearts of many.

Please, please do not make him pull this beautiful space apart to please ‘one’ male complainer.

We love Jaimini and the beautiful space he has created. I’ve had the best meditation experiences, like many others. Jaimini brings peace and love into our world, at a time when we desperately need it.


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