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West Byron flooding

All east coast communities are now daily regularly warned by the ABC radio/TV, by the Bureau of Meteorology, to...

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Will degrowth be forced upon us?

For decades, we have been engaged in the old cold war battle between capitalism and communism.

Something about Ash and Sara

The Rock & Roll Coffee Company is proud to present the second showcase in their Something About Songwriters series featuring...

Call to halt approved Kingscliff developments over flood risks

Kingscliff locals fear that approved, but not yet built developments, will cause more intense flooding of existing houses in the future if the developments go ahead.

NSW Government fails to listen to community on native forest logging

NSW Greens MP Sue Higginson says the NSW Government response to the 21 thousand signatories on a petition to end native forest logging has failed to recognise the considered calls for a transition plan that makes economic and ecological sense.

Trampling of the graves of the murdered: reply to Will Liley

As I read Will Liley’s response to my article in dedication to my late uncle, I recalled the poem in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel Clandestine in Chile:

U/12s win NSW country rugby championships

The Far North Coast U/12s rugby team won the NSW junior country championships earlier this month in Coffs Harbour. It’s...

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Urban trees and forests are very vulnerable to climate change: how should we shore them up?

New research predicts most of our favourite city trees are at risk from global warming.

31,000-year-old skeleton found in famous Borneo rock art caves shows earliest evidence of amputation surgery

Evidence of what is believed to be the earliest known amputation in human history has been found by a team of Australian and Indonesian archaeologists in Borneo.

Queen Elizabeth – the science lover born in the technology age

Born April 1926, the late Queen Elizabeth II experienced a life and reign of huge technological, social, and scientific advancement. She was not shy of technology or science.

West Antarctic glacier beats a hasty retreat, alarming scientists

New seafloor imaging shows Thwaites Glacier has experienced blistering bursts of retreat.

The review on women in STEM: a physicist’s perspective

We have a long road ahead to address the gender imbalance in the workforce.

Scans of tiny 13.5-million-year-old Aussie crocodile suggest it may have spent most of its time on land

A tiny crocodile which called north-western Queensland home 13.5 million years ago has revealed its secrets to University of Queensland researchers.

Australia’s Black Summer bushfires linked to largest stratospheric warming in three decades

More evidence that the smoke from the fires may have prolonged the life of the hole in the ozone layer.

Study suggests Gen Z with Down syndrome have embraced new tech in lives full of meaning and purpose

More research has come from a long running project in Queensland that reinforces the high quality of life people with Down syndrome are experiencing and can help block misinformation given to prospective parents.

Half a year of dangerous heat beckons for parts of Australia in 1.8-degree warmer world

Scientists are learning what global warming will mean for daily temperatures across the world and what adaptation and mitigation will be required to protect people from dangerous heat.

The staggering natural price tag of the Black Summer bushfires

Cosmos Magazine and The Echo Carbon sequestration will offset a fraction – but only a fraction. Researchers and conservationists have estimated the total cost of restoring Australia’s native...

Odd row of lights

Just following up the letter from Sarah Smith in the August 31 issue. It was a Starlink satellite train. My webcam captured the scene. Michael...

Trampling of the graves of the murdered: reply to Will Liley

As I read Will Liley’s response to my article in dedication to my late uncle, I recalled the poem in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel Clandestine in Chile:

Murwillumbah mega-school merger public meeting on Monday

Opposition to the merger of the four Murwillumbah Schools, which includes two primary and two high schools, remains strong. Monday will see Leader of the NSW opposition MP Chris Minns and local MP Janelle Saffin joining concerned parents, students and community members at a town hall meeting in Murwillumbah on Monday at 5.30pm.

Byron Council looking at rain damage

Byron Shire Council says they have staff out and about across the Shire today assessing damage from the rain.