Hamish Broome

Hamish Broome
  • Joined: Dec 2012
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Published a story 8:29am Aug 22nd

LIKE any other intelligent young man, Mathew Townsend has dreams of making a career for himself, and one day getting married and having kids.

‘Aspie’ wants a world we all fit in

22 Aug 2014

LIKE any other intelligent young man, Mathew Townsend has dreams of making a career for himself, and one day getting married and having kids.

Published a story 1:25pm Aug 21st

THE progress of Lismore City Council’s push to rely on 100% renewable electricity by 2023 could be stopped due to RET changes.

Solar city plan under threat

19 Aug 2014

THE progress of Lismore City Council’s push to rely on 100% renewable electricity by 2023 could be stopped due to RET changes.

Published a story 4:04pm Aug 19th

Councillors may finally speak openly about their individual views on the coal-seam gas industry

Richmond Valley council votes to abandon CSG position

19 Aug 2014

Councillors may finally speak openly about their individual views on the coal-seam gas industry

Published a story 7:29am Aug 19th

NIMBIN has had a consolation to its devastating fire after the town’s top tourism offerings netted the town two gold awards at the North Coast Tourism Awards.

Tourism awards point to bright future for Nimbin after fire

19 Aug 2014

NIMBIN has had a consolation to its devastating fire after the town’s top tourism offerings netted the town two gold awards at the North Coast Tourism Awards.

Published a story 6:44am Aug 19th

TUNING up their business for growth allowed owners of Lismore’s Crystal Clean, Cass and Rich Duckett, to take their first proper holiday in a decade.

Training program lets small business grow - and take holiday

19 Aug 2014

TUNING up their business for growth allowed owners of Lismore’s Crystal Clean, Cass and Rich Duckett, to take their first proper holiday in a decade.

Published a story 6:16am Aug 19th

RENEWABLE energy and green groups fear a review of renewable energy targets, led by a climate change sceptic, will result in a winding back of the targets.

Energy review may lead to higher power bills

19 Aug 2014

RENEWABLE energy and green groups fear a review of renewable energy targets, led by a climate change sceptic, will result in a winding back of the targets.

Published a story 6:25am Aug 18th

ERIC Hocking’s father fought in one of the bloodiest trenches at Gallipoli’s Lone Pine, so it’s fitting  his son has a seat at Gallipoli's Anzac Day centenary.

WWI hero's son to be at Anzac centenary service at Gallipoli

18 Aug 2014

ERIC Hocking’s father fought in one of the bloodiest trenches at Gallipoli’s Lone Pine, so it’s fitting his son has a seat at Gallipoli's Anzac Day centenary.

Published a story 9:59am Aug 16th

NO PRIZES for guessing which town hogs much of the northern NSW section of Lonely Planet’s East Coast Australia Travel Guide, published this month.

Planet drawn to Byron’s sun

16 Aug 2014

NO PRIZES for guessing which town hogs much of the northern NSW section of Lonely Planet’s East Coast Australia Travel Guide, published this month.

Published a story 7:02pm Aug 15th

IN PLACE of the iconic Rainbow Cafe and the Nimbin Museum now stands a hazardous waste site, but life in Nimbin goes on.

Hope for renewal after Nimbin fire remains

16 Aug 2014

IN PLACE of the iconic Rainbow Cafe and the Nimbin Museum now stands a hazardous waste site, but life in Nimbin goes on.

Published a story 6:58pm Aug 15th

BREAK out the raincoats and scarves, this weekend is going to be cold and wet.

Turn the drought around but wear a scarf

16 Aug 2014

BREAK out the raincoats and scarves, this weekend is going to be cold and wet.

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