Visitors to The Channon Market on Sunday got a surprise when the Metre and a Half Maid, a goddess in gold, was setting the social distancing wrongs, to right.
Jules Petroff and his family are literally at the centre of the proposed Dunoon Dam. Although their property will gain spectacular water views if the Rous County Council project is built, they are implacably opposed. We went on a special tour to find out why.
Tomorrow Rous County Council will be holding a special meeting to decide whether to extend the public comment period on the Rous Future Water Project 2060. Attached photo gallery shows the area to be impacted by the proposed Dunoon Dam wall, near the Channon.
More than 50 schools and TAFE campuses are closed today due to bushfires.
A Sydney tourist got more heat than she bargained for on Sunday when the hire care she was driving burst into flames at The Channon.
Ethan Alan Hewett, aged 27, is wanted by virtue of two outstanding warrants
An exhibition marking 40 years since the defining protests that spelt an end to rainforest logging in NSW includes remarkable photographs of the actions.
Two men will face court after allegedly breaking into a home and assaulting a man at The Channon near Lismore earlier this week.
Over a thousand people attended the day-long gathering to mark Mother’s Day and the 45th anniversary of the Nimbin Aquarius Festival at the Channon Market on Sunday.
‘The Fukushima nuclear disaster is not over,’ were the chilling words of warning uttered by Toshiko Okada, anti-nuclear activist from Japan, speaking at a gathering to mark the seventh anniversary of Fukushima, at the Channon Market on Sunday.
True to the roots of the rainbow region a pop up demonstration took place at the Channon market on Sunday July 9 to protest against intolerance around the world.
A ‘pop-up demonstration’ was held at the Channon Market on Sunday to highlight what protesters described as ‘the growing intolerance in India which has seen attacks on minorities, including Muslims, Dalits, Christians and tribals.’
The haunting notes of a Native American love flute, played by Hiroshima artist Chikara Sueda, hovered in the air at the community gathering to express solidarity with the people of Fukushima at the Channon market on Sunday.
Last week saw a crowd of well wishers flow onto the street outside the Channon Gallery to celebrate the life of Peter Boyle. Peter, who was a co-director of the Channon Gallery, died on March 8.