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Advanced Recycling Technology – Bioelektra Has It Sorted

By Kaye Gartner What if our community became a leader in the recovery of recyclable materials from our waste stream? What if our Council processed our waste into materials that are sold and reused? What if by 2023, only a tiny, tiny fraction (4%) of all that waste ended up in landfill? Yes, it’s possible […]

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OLDER COMMUNITY STORIES

Illawarra Community Holds ‘Dinner For Palestine’
Refugee Week Calls for Justice for Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Boot Wants You to Survive
Bravehearts and Angels Call Out Wood Chipping
Edith Cowan: Courageous Feminist Reformer and Australia’s First Woman Parliamentarian
The Tamil Family - Cruelty that Beggars Belief
Gateway Sculpture – Connecting Communities, Healing Trauma
Community Outrage over Logging at Mogo
Protecting a Patch of Paradise – Kiama Goes Green on World Environment Day
Manyana Community Faces Yet Another Sub-Division Proposal - Calls for Greater Environmental Scrutiny
Our Electric Vehicle Story
Culburra Beach Speaks Up Against Halloran Trust Housing Development
Understanding Shoalhaven’s Aboriginal Culture Holds a Key for Us All
A Chance to Own Your Own Piece of Local Heritage, Your Own Connection to a Local Hero
Developers Have their Hooks into Huskisson Yet Again
Strong, Committed, Positive and Community Orientated – Shoalhaven Greens launch their 2021 Council Election Campaign
A Very Skimpy Photographic Survey of Huskisson Church
Will Tasmania Vote for the Environment this State Election or will the Destruction Continue?
A Minute’s Silence – Respecting Those who have Fallen in Wars, Everywhere
Indigenous Deaths in Custody: Inquest can be Sites of Justice or Administrative Violence
30 Years too Late, Non-Violent Ingredients are Essential in Eliminating Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and Over Representation in Prisons
Manyana Community Censures Eight Shoalhaven Councillors
Jobs not Careers - the Real Employment Crisis on the South Coast
When Something looks Fishy - Investigate
Who Saved the Australian Economy from Covid-19?
Community Demands Transparency and Consultation in Push for a Greenfield Hospital Site
Mandy to the Rescue - for Wildlife and their Carers
Logging Must Not Resume on the South Coast
Palm Sunday – a Chance to Stand Up for Refugees
Berry Uniting Church Rings its Bells for the Climate as Part of Global Day of Action
Scores of Medevac Refugees Have Been Released from Detention. Their Freedom, Though, Remains Tenuous
Well Done Nowra - Herstory in the Making
Touched - Business as Usual; Why I March for Justice
Why she will not march
Women Should be Encouraged to Enter a Political Career
Sins of the Father - Australia’s patriarchy under the spotlight
A Life of Adventure, Passion, Solidarity and Nature - A Tribute to Pat Thompson's Life, Times and Achievements
Bad – a Things Without Arms and Legs Comic
In Everybody’s Interest - A National Response to Banning Helium Balloon Releases
Stories of Destruction and Regeneration at Seven Mile Beach
Ignoring Implications for ‘One Way In, One Way Out’ Towns in the Shoalhaven
Long Road to Recovery for Damaged Banksias at Culburra; Vandals Still at Large
More Habitat Threatened by West Culburra Development
Little Penguin Moulting Season February to April – Keep a Respectful Distance
Bomaderry Creek – an Oasis Within Suburbia
Braving Boral’s Might - Friends of Minnamurra River Wage War on Sand Mining Decision
Astronauts, Aunties and Uncles
No place like home
A Sad – a Liz Argall Things without comic
Take a stand Australia – not just another public holiday; 26 January is a national day of shame and mourning
Homelessness
Video Games Are Quite Good Actually
Ultimately, Pork-Barreling Creates Stress and Anxiety
Violence against women - the shadow pandemic hitting the South Coast hard
We Need to Talk About Mental Health - a Comic
Community Radio - A Guiding Light During a Year in Crisis
Two Slow - Two Stories by Two Friends who Shared Two Experiences Where 'Slow' Mattered
Moona Moona Creek Celebrates, For Now
The future for Kiama; will it be utopia or dystopia - or a bit of both?
Is there anything 'good' about 2020? - yes, I think so.
New campaign urges us to prepare as bushfire season officially begins
Grassroots action strengthens the Kangaroo Valley community's bushfire resilience.
THE MOUSE THAT ROARED
Over-development desires at Anson Street continues
Update: Jervis Bay Road Intersection Upgrade
Manyana community group buoyed by Minister Ley's decision on controversial development
Update on the Holy Trinity Church site in Huskisson from the Huskisson Heritage Association
Spreading the Dhurga Word
Tomerong Markets are back.
With safety the main concern, will economics drive the Jervis Bay Road Intersection Upgrade?
Burrill Lake residents say "No!" to Over-Development
Stop the Shame.
Major breakthrough as National Trust lists Manyana development bushland
Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, Equality Matters - Shoalhaven Solidarity Protest
Latest News - Manyana Update
Lake Heights residents say Gladys doesn't give a fig
Inappropriate Development at Moona Moona Creek, are you concerned?
Taylors Lane, Battle of the Trees
Community calls ignored at Husky heritage church development site
Refugee Week 14-20 June 2020
Reflections from within the Pandemic
I'll miss Pat
Shoalhaven's Summer of Fire, Smoke and Mirrors
A Vigil for Julian Assagne
Managing Lake Conjola
Update on the fortunes of the Huskisson Holy Trinity church site
Husky Church - Development or Heritage?
Addressing Inequality
The Missing Link
The Jerrinja tribe and the Shoalhaven
Eight Men & a Boat
Deserve Heritage Listing? No doubt about it!
Umbarra
It's Time to Make a Difference
30 years of community spirit
Shelter against the cold
Where’s the Heart
More Refugee Disgrace
Noel Webster, Environment Award
Tourism Sustained, Sustainable … or Just Sus?

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