Hamish Broome

Hamish Broome
  • Joined: Dec 2012
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Published a story 12:01pm Sep 18th

MOST agree the state of public transport in our region is woeful compared to more populous and electorally influential areas, but some people manage to make do.

SLICE OF LIFE: Treading lightly on the earth by riding bike

18 Sep 2014

MOST agree the state of public transport in our region is woeful compared to more populous and electorally influential areas, but some people manage to make do.

Published a story 6:45am Sep 17th

IT took more than two years of devoted work then was destroyed in less than a day.

Vandals destroy two years of work at G'bah Seniors Day Club

17 Sep 2014

IT took more than two years of devoted work then was destroyed in less than a day.

Published a story 6:31am Sep 17th

OUR House is putting on its first fundraising variety concert at the Lismore Workers Club this Sunday complete with acrobats, belly dancers and Viking warriors.

Acrobats, clowns, Viking warriors raise funds for Our House

17 Sep 2014

OUR House is putting on its first fundraising variety concert at the Lismore Workers Club this Sunday complete with acrobats, belly dancers and Viking warriors.

Published a story 7:31am Sep 16th

LABOR and the Greens will join to block the Federal Government’s attempts to introduce a GP co-payment, according to Labor Senator Deborah O’Neill.

Healthcare workers stressed and care services struggling

16 Sep 2014

LABOR and the Greens will join to block the Federal Government’s attempts to introduce a GP co-payment, according to Labor Senator Deborah O’Neill.

Published a story 6:28am Sep 16th

LISMORE City Council’s new electric car is a nifty little vehicle. It looks like a hatchback, but has no engine, uses no petrol, and instead plugs into a wall.

Lismore council explores electric avenue with new car

16 Sep 2014

LISMORE City Council’s new electric car is a nifty little vehicle. It looks like a hatchback, but has no engine, uses no petrol, and instead plugs into a wall.

Published a story 6:23am Sep 16th

GREENS Senator Lee Rhiannon visited Southern Cross University yesterday to announce the Greens would block the Coalition’s cuts to higher education.

Greens pledge to block cuts to uni funding

16 Sep 2014

GREENS Senator Lee Rhiannon visited Southern Cross University yesterday to announce the Greens would block the Coalition’s cuts to higher education.

Published a story 6:06am Sep 16th

NINE historic Alstonville fig trees have been saved after the NSW Land and Environment Court overruled plans by the Department of Education to remove them.

Alstonville's fig trees spared the axe

16 Sep 2014

NINE historic Alstonville fig trees have been saved after the NSW Land and Environment Court overruled plans by the Department of Education to remove them.

Published a story 10:02am Sep 15th

AFTER 12 years in office, Southern Cross University Chancellor John Dowd delivered his final graduation ceremony on Saturday, and will retire on September 25.

SCU chancellor steps down

15 Sep 2014

AFTER 12 years in office, Southern Cross University Chancellor John Dowd delivered his final graduation ceremony on Saturday, and will retire on September 25.

Published a story 3:52pm Sep 12th

SIX ambulances are at the scene of the crash with a rescue helicopter en route from the Gold Coast.

One dead, one trapped after Bruxner Highway crash

12 Sep 2014

SIX ambulances are at the scene of the crash with a rescue helicopter en route from the Gold Coast.

Published a story 7:48am Sep 12th

JOHN Kaye has accused SCU management of driving the institution to “crisis point”, but the uni has hit back saying the comments are "false and misleading".

Greens MLC lauches Parliamentary attack on SCU spending

12 Sep 2014

JOHN Kaye has accused SCU management of driving the institution to “crisis point”, but the uni has hit back saying the comments are "false and misleading".

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