Hamish Broome

Hamish Broome
  • Joined: Dec 2012
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Published a story 6:15am Oct 30th

SOUTHERN Cross University staff morale is significantly lower than this time last year, a survey has revealed.

SCU morale sinks: survey

30 Oct 2014

SOUTHERN Cross University staff morale is significantly lower than this time last year, a survey has revealed.

Published a story 10:34am Oct 28th

THE ELECTRIC car has been talked about for ages but fans say it’s time has finally come - and a company wants to put charging stations between Byron and Noosa.

Electric car technology ready and price is right

28 Oct 2014

THE ELECTRIC car has been talked about for ages but fans say it’s time has finally come - and a company wants to put charging stations between Byron and Noosa.

Published a story 7:05am Oct 28th

IMAGINE a future where instead of drilling for gas, we could “create” gas from existing waste products such as sewage and food scraps.

Why drill for gas when you can just make it?

28 Oct 2014

IMAGINE a future where instead of drilling for gas, we could “create” gas from existing waste products such as sewage and food scraps.

Published a story 8:50am Oct 27th

"When I first went to the police ... I thought people would spit at me in the street, I was so ashamed of myself,” child abuse victim Robbie Gambley says.

Victim says he felt ashamed about being abused as a child

27 Oct 2014

"When I first went to the police ... I thought people would spit at me in the street, I was so ashamed of myself,” child abuse victim Robbie Gambley says.

Published a story 5:28am Oct 24th

FOR 20 years Eltham’s Anne Thompson has been leading Christmas relief efforts for drought-stricken farmers out west. This year the job is as urgent as it gets.

Boosting spirits out west

24 Oct 2014

FOR 20 years Eltham’s Anne Thompson has been leading Christmas relief efforts for drought-stricken farmers out west. This year the job is as urgent as it gets.

Published a story 5:23am Oct 24th

METGASCO managing director Peter Henderson says the company is confident of success in its case against the NSW Government after its court hearing wrapped up this week.

Metgasco confident of winning court case on Rosella well

24 Oct 2014

METGASCO managing director Peter Henderson says the company is confident of success in its case against the NSW Government after its court hearing wrapped up this week.

Published a story 6:02pm Oct 23rd

WE CAN all relate to the agony of trying to keep your eyelids open in public when the sleep bear overcomes us.

'I was listening, not sleeping': councillor hits back

24 Oct 2014

WE CAN all relate to the agony of trying to keep your eyelids open in public when the sleep bear overcomes us.

Published a story 4:58am Oct 23rd

THERE are hundreds of beautiful “secret” spots along the overgrown Casino to Murwillumbah rail line, says rail trail supporter Richard White.

‘Secret’ spots on rail trail

23 Oct 2014

THERE are hundreds of beautiful “secret” spots along the overgrown Casino to Murwillumbah rail line, says rail trail supporter Richard White.

Published a story 5:44am Oct 22nd

THE QUESTION of what constitutes effective consultation dominated the final day of Metgasco’s Supreme Court hearing in Sydney yesterday.

Metgasco court debate tries to define ‘consultation’

22 Oct 2014

THE QUESTION of what constitutes effective consultation dominated the final day of Metgasco’s Supreme Court hearing in Sydney yesterday.

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