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When western medicine doesn’t work
Once I finally admitted I needed help with vicarious trauma, I tried a few techniques to ease my troubled mind.
For those interested in a reality check, particularly those deluded apologists for the fake corporate puppets and weapons manufacturers...
A gem among the many incredible natural wonders of the Northern Rivers
The Member for Lismore Janelle Saffin called a local tourist spot is 'a gem among the many incredible natural wonders of the Northern Rivers' as she announced two reserves in the Lismore region will be upgraded.
Revisiting Aquarius: where we have been and where we need to go
It was ‘far out’ to be in Nimbin again for the 50th celebration of the Aquarius Festival.
New initiative to enliven Lismore’s CBD
Lismore City Council, the Lismore Regional Gallery and vacant shop owners, have announced the launch of the Lismore City ArtVenture.
The humpbacks are heading north
Multiple pods of whales have been spotted off the coast from Seal Rocks to Coffs Harbour in recent days as the northern migration humpback plods its way to warmer waters.
Private partnership sought for bioenergy facility proposal
Byron Council have been forced to explore the possibility of a public private partnership to fund its planned bioenergy facility in Byron Bay.
Stories about "antiprotest laws":
You have a lawful right to protest – so why are the police intimidating protesters in their homes?
What happened to the right to protest? That is the question being asked after police have targeted Blockade Australia protesters over the last week in the lead up to the International Mining and Resources Conference. Former NSW Magistrate, David Heilpern explains there were a range of concerns with this type of behaviour from police.
Non-violent protest is a spiritual stance
Jo Faith, Newtown. The history of evolving progressive democracy(s) reveals advancement of same when civil societies/disenfranchised communities etc challenge unjust laws by acts of direct civil disobedience.
Labor calls on governor over CSG-protest laws
NSW Governor David Hurley has become involved in the Baird government’s anti-protest law controversy after the state opposition yesterday used a rare, colonial-era legal avenue to protest the legislation pushed through parliament this week.
Let’s explore Byron Council’s secret meetings!
Has Byron Shire Council improved with its transparency with regards to confidential motions?
Byron Council compliance staff bolstered
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Are the van campers of Brunswick Heads thoughtless travellers with no respect for the town and its inhabitants, or are many in fact local homeless folk looking for a safe space with toilets and running water?
Will NSW Labor pay on-call emergency service volunteers?
The newly elected NSW Labor government have stopped short of committing to paying volunteers who attend emergencies such as fires and floods, but say there is investment and initiatives underway to support those who volunteer as emergency service members.
Traffic interruptions around Lismore Base Hospital – Sunday
Some streets will be blocked off and others reduced to one lane on Sunday 4 June around Lismore Base Hospital and Lismore Shopping Square.