Hamish Broome

Hamish Broome
  • Joined: Dec 2012
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Published a story 6:33am Sep 2nd

SIMON Hartley is one of many forward-thinking residents of our region doing some impressive sustainable living experiments in their homes and yards.

Want to live sustainably? This is how you do it

2 Sep 2014

SIMON Hartley is one of many forward-thinking residents of our region doing some impressive sustainable living experiments in their homes and yards.

Published a story 6:26am Sep 2nd

AN ALLIANCE of farmers, scientists and indigenous leaders is begging the Senate to reject a handover of the Commonwealth “water trigger” powers to the states.

Scientists, farmers, Indigenous leaders' water trigger plea

2 Sep 2014

AN ALLIANCE of farmers, scientists and indigenous leaders is begging the Senate to reject a handover of the Commonwealth “water trigger” powers to the states.

Commented on a story 9:02pm Sep 1st

"Hi bblocal, but what about Lennox, Ballina, Alstonville, Wollongbar and Goonellabah - the population..."

Published a story 6:51pm Sep 1st

A SIMPLE idea for a portable hard drive to back up photos is proving a winner for teen inventor Jacob Clarke.

Teen wins award with hard drive that doesn't need a computer

2 Sep 2014

A SIMPLE idea for a portable hard drive to back up photos is proving a winner for teen inventor Jacob Clarke.

Published a story 8:18am Sep 1st

LISMORE’S legendary back alleys continued their transformation from neglected to celebrated with the third annual Back Alley Gallery street party on Saturday.

Lismore Back Alley Gallery grows with third street party

1 Sep 2014

LISMORE’S legendary back alleys continued their transformation from neglected to celebrated with the third annual Back Alley Gallery street party on Saturday.

Published a story 7:42am Sep 1st

FOUNDED in the shadows of the humanitarian disaster of the First World War, the Alstonville Red Cross branch has celebrated a centenary of continuous service.

Alstonville Red Cross marks a century of helping others

1 Sep 2014

FOUNDED in the shadows of the humanitarian disaster of the First World War, the Alstonville Red Cross branch has celebrated a centenary of continuous service.

Published a story 6:51am Sep 1st

SPECTATORS might think dragon boating doesn’t require much technique but ask anyone who actually paddles the 220kg racing vessels and they would beg to differ.

Crews rock up for dragon boat regatta

1 Sep 2014

SPECTATORS might think dragon boating doesn’t require much technique but ask anyone who actually paddles the 220kg racing vessels and they would beg to differ.

Published a story 7:17pm Aug 29th

BALLINA MP Don Page said he is aiming to have  funding and legislation for a Murwillumbah to Casino rail trail locked in by the end of November.

Rail trail on MP’s bucket list

30 Aug 2014

BALLINA MP Don Page said he is aiming to have funding and legislation for a Murwillumbah to Casino rail trail locked in by the end of November.

Published a story 7:09am Aug 29th

QUAD bikes are dangerous and fatalities caused by their use remain above the long-term average, the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety says.

Quad bike safety plea as nine die on Aussie farms

29 Aug 2014

QUAD bikes are dangerous and fatalities caused by their use remain above the long-term average, the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety says.

Published a story 7:03am Aug 27th

CONFLICTS of interest are rife in the wealth management sector and no financial advice is ever “free”, finance journalist, David Tomlinson says.

Who do 'free' financial planners really help - you or banks?

27 Aug 2014

CONFLICTS of interest are rife in the wealth management sector and no financial advice is ever “free”, finance journalist, David Tomlinson says.

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