December 2, 2015
In this Issue:
A little pop psychology goes a long way, but an outstanding cast (with James Stewart’s George Bailey ever present) manages to make a silk purse out of what might have been a sow’s ear. Highly commended.
Photos, video and story: Susanna Freymark John Hamilton is all grown-up and wants to be a chef, happy to leave behind a 16-year career in engineering to follow his dream of cooking. With 72 jobs for chefs in the northern rivers region...
Captured live at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan on 30 October this year, the Gala Des Etoiles celebrates the closing of the 2015 Milan World Expo, a highly prestigious evening made accessible to aficionados around the world through cinema.
Count Dracula as a doting grandfather is bridge too far for me, but this animated feature is strictly for kids, so an old fogey’s response is neither here nor there.
Echonetdaily reveals an impressive proposal by retired town planner and longtime local John Sparks for an environmentally sensitive suburb surrounded by wetlands. Submissions close Friday.
Not all schoolies are just out to party. Recent school leavers Adam Hegedns and Alexi Provano walked from Bondi to Byron and raised $17,050 along the way for a school in Timor L'Este.
Carols by Candlelight preparations are underway in Mullumbimby, and the event will this year be held for the last time at the hospital grounds.
The annual statistics for Liberation Larder are out, and highlight the growing need from disadvantaged members of our community.