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Tweed Council to start nappy rebate scheme but defer Cudgen Creek Masterplan
The last Tweed Shire Council meeting saw the Reusable Nappy Rebate Scheme adopted by councillors, the rail trail impacts...
What about the young peeps?
The Byron Shire is a popular place to live, and a sought after tourist destination, however it lacks infrastructure to accommodate young people.
3.8ML earthquake hits Melbourne’s northern suburbs
Residents in Melbourne and the northern suburbs were woken in the middle of the night as a magnitude 3.8 earthquake shook the darkness radiating out from the town of Sunbury, about 41 kilometres north west of the city.
Greens call for two-year rent freeze
A new Essential Guardian poll shows 60 per cent of Australians support a freeze on rental increases.
A fragrant garland of classical Indian raga
Målå is a classical Indian music experience featuring international artist Sangeet Mishra, eighth generation sarangi player from Mumbai. Bangalow...
Byron’s favourite block party
Australian roots legends, The Beautiful Girls, will headline Stone & Wood’s winter block party, Festival of the Stone, when...
While Greens in the Senate endure the irony of being pilloried by the government for speaking passionately about social...
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Cyber racists strike sports identity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ASsZ-u9YV3c He’s a high-profile rugby league player and a proud supporter of the Australian Human Rights Commission’s ‘Racism. It Stops With Me’ campaign. Now, Greg...
60% of Ballina Council investments in fossil fuel aligned companies
The Ballina Shire Council had more than $60 million invested in fossil fuel aligned companies on behalf of ratepayers as of the end of April 2023.
Flood trauma? Free women’s mindful healing workshops available
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It has been a tough run in the Northern Rivers from drought to fire to pandemic to flood – so there is quite a bit to deal with for many of us.
Grant for innovative Birthing on Country program
Birthing on Country can be very important for many Aboriginal women, but many face the challenge of leaving Country to access medical care when their babies come.
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.