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November 2015

Small beer

November 27, 2015

In the last edition of the NBT we welcomed the Transition movement to our pages. Transition is about living locally and is part of a world-wide movement of people concerned [...]

Good news, Lake Wollumboola protected

November 27, 2015

Strict conditions for Halloran Planning Proposal for Culburra Beach, Currarong and Callala Bay. From Frances Bray comes good news: The Department of Planning and Environment [...]

Call For Action On Aboriginal Policy

November 24, 2015

Stan Grant wrote a great post mortem on Tony Abbott as Prime Minister (The Guardian, 15.9.15). Stan concluded: “We remain today as Indigenous people, at the bottom of every [...]

Unexploded Ordnance, What Risk?

November 24, 2015

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) will shortly complete a new risk analysis for the former Tianjara Artillery Training Area (TATA) in Morton National Park. The [...]

Home / On Country

November 24, 2015

40,000 years of Aboriginal culture woven into possum skin cloaks by Indigenous elders across southern Australia has been captured in a unique photographic exhibition. This [...]

Making Music Fame

November 24, 2015

Whilst not yet having achieved quite the fame of the Shoalhaven’s very own Liam Maihi, another young entertainer is beginning to make a name for himself on the Folk Music [...]

An Invitation For Ann Sudmalis

November 24, 2015

Ann Sudmalis, Member for Gilmore It was reported that federal local member Ann Sudmalis was one of those Liberal MP’s who voted for Tony Abbott in the recent leadership [...]

When Nature Calls

November 23, 2015

In August the Shoalhaven coast and hinterland experienced one of the most dangerous natural events of this part of the Australian coast – an “east coast low”. It [...]