September 3, 2013
In this Issue:
The tone is clear from the outset, when Marvin (John Malkovich) catches up with his buddy Frank (Bruce Willis) in a hypermarket and says, ‘you haven’t killed anybody in ages’.
One hundred and twenty kids from across the zone were selected to meet and play with the Melbourne Heart players, including football favourite Harry Kewell.
George Negus is one of Australia’s most loved broadcasters. Loved for what has been called his ‘warm, common touch’, as a journalist Negus has long been the champion of the underdog, and a voice of reason when it comes to tackling complex social issues. Negus is one of the featured speakers at Boomerang Festival.
Hundreds of artists and art appreciators visited the Ocean Shores Public School over the weekend to see this year’s exhibition of works in the tenth annual Ocean Shores Art Expo.
Filmmaker David Bradbury’s son Dylan, 24, gives a recent account of getting dragged into the civil unrest in Egypt where Muslim Brotherhood protesters were murdered by the military. Gunshot and bomb sounds were going off around us at my friend...
Rugby league, at whatever level, demands equal parts courage, resolve and quick thinking (its detractors will never understand that last component). The Mullumbimby Giants’ Under 18s displayed all three qualities in going down to the NRRRL minor premiers, the Murwillumbah Mustangs, by 20-12 in their elimination final at Stan Sercombe Oval last Sunday.