Listen to Di Hart discussing the development at the Tallowwood Estate.
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Listen to Thomas Merton’s views on non-violence. From Soul Searching, a film about the life and work of Thomas Merton by Morgan Atkinson. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thomas Merton in his study. Thomas Merton (31 January 1915 â€“ 10 December 1968) was one of the most influential Catholic writers of the 20th century. A Continue Reading →
Residents of the Mullumbimby hinterland descended on the Mullumbimby markets on Saturday July 21st to preserve the drumming circle, an intense and significant part of the region’s cultural heritage. The dedicated band of passionate followers are no stranger to Newton’s first law, that has spawned attempts to have them ejected, tamed, or constrained at a Continue Reading →
Senator Kerry Nettle met thirty residents of Tyalgum and the surrounding area at Rocky Creek Crossing on the Oxley River on Wed July 4th to listen to their concerns over Malcolm Turnbull’s proposal to dam the tributaries of the Tweed River and pipe the water to Queensland. The concerns expressed by the residents are three Continue Reading →