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Benefits of microplastic

I loved Hannah Grace’s fanciful letter about sprinkling young men and boys with microplastic dust to lower the sperm...

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Scientists measure how much weed Australians put in their joints

How much weed is in that joint?  A team of Australian researchers has found that it is quite varied, which could have implications for public health policy.

Complete the rail trail

The Byron Shire Council’s recent decision to approve the proposed rail trail on the abandoned rail corridor, excluding the...

Rehab centre Buttery celebrates 50

Binna Burra-based rehab centre, The Buttery, celebrated 50 years of serving the community this year, and held a gala dinner for 150 supporters in Tweed Heads on September 14.

No more Hottentot

I have received a petition from Change.org to change the name of Hottentot Crescent, Mullumbimby to another South African...

Ocean Shores event to inspire with tales of personal courage

What does being courageous mean to you?

Benefits of microplastic

I loved Hannah Grace’s fanciful letter about sprinkling young men and boys with microplastic dust to lower the sperm...

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Wadjda shot in Saudi

To shoot a film in Saudi Arabia where cinema itself is banned is an achievement for any director. When that filmmaker also happens to be a woman, it makes Wadjda all the more impressive.

‘Yes’ posters dismantled

I’m feeling a ‘tad’ disillusioned with the human species. My two ‘Yes’ posters were violated and removed just last night. One on my property...

The war on cats

Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek marked National Threatened Species Day by 'declaring war on feral cats'. She wants to give councils the power to impose...

No more Hottentot

I have received a petition from Change.org to change the name of Hottentot Crescent, Mullumbimby to another South African word, ‘Khoisan’, also totally irrelevant...

Call to Jewish my brethren

I call upon my brethren and Jewish Australians and Israelis who have made their permanent home here and are eligible to vote in the...