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What’s on at your regional theatre?

What’s on at your regional theatre? Glancing back and looking forward to  some good laughs! by Stephen Pike, The Q program manager What’s happening at The Q? Depending on whether you see the glass half full or half empty, The Q may be seen to be coming to the end of a

Woodlawn wind farm

October view from the Woodlawn Wind Farm after Infigen’s Run with the Wind event that, as usual, drew visitors from throughout the region. The day was appropriately windy and Weereewa/Lake George in the background has more water than anyone has seen in recent decades. The area’s wind farms not only

Salvos Stores Celebrate 130 Years of Service

Salvos Stores is turning the grand old age of 130, and to celebrate they’re thanking their customers, donors, and volunteers for their invaluable support by offering special sales, morning tea parties, VIP events and more across their NSW, QLD & ACT stores. From 7th November, and for 8 weeks in the

Wave, solar and energy storage to power island

Australian technology shows real innovation, pls note PM Turnbull Could a mix of renewable energy completely and independently power Garden Island off the coast of Perth, Western Australia? With $2.5 million in support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) local Perth company, Carnegie Wave Energy, is set to design and build

Araluen Sports Day

 Male beauty contest in the late 70s pulled one of biggest crowds ever The picturesque Araluen Valley is situated 24 kms from Braidwood. The Valley is steeped in history known not only for its  bushrangers and  gold rush years but for its stone fruits, vegetables, sheep and beef and a family- friendly hotel. It