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Dog For Adoption – Larry

Age | 2 years Sex | Male Breed | Foxy x Cattle Weight | 7.2kg Larry is a sweet, happy dog, but he needs a lot of confidence building and also he needs encouragement to walk on lead. He enjoys pats and cuddles more than walking. He has a short coat and weighs 7.2kg. He’s […]

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Council Marriage Plans Ramp Up

Eastern Suburbs councils have moved into a unanimous position opposing a global city council, but questions linger over a preferred merger. On May 26, Randwick City Council voted to oppose a global city council and to form a merged Eastern Suburbs council with neighbouring councils Waverley and Botany Bay, should the NSW Government force their […]

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Local Bloke – Tony Lemarseny

Coogee resident Tony ‘Lemo’ Lemarseny is the owner of Nakula Organic Coconut Products, works on a rescue lifesaver helicopter and loves to fish, surf and paddle on his weekends. Tony shares his local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived here? All my life, except five years in Jamberoo, ten years in Noosa […]

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Campbell Parade Clean Up On The Cards

Waverley Council’s three-year trial of an outdoor dining precinct on Campbell Parade outside the Pacific Bondi Beach development will be used as a pilot project for a possible upgrade of the entire beachfront promenade. One million dollars’ worth of streetscaping, footpath work and semi-permanent dining furniture will be constructed outside the Pacific, which will be […]

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Jake Friend – The Little General

Where are you originally from? I grew up in Noosa in Queensland and lived there until I was 17, and then I moved down to the Eastern Suburbs. Did the Roosters bring you down here? Yeah, I signed with them when I was 15 on a scholarship, and then I came down in the last […]

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Video of the Week – In Guns We Trust

IN GUNS WE TRUST from Nicolas Lévesque on Vimeo. In the wake of yet another gun massacre in the United States, I thought a video about the very nature of gun love in parts of that particular country might be somewhat appropriate. In Kennesaw, a small American town in the state of Georgia, a good […]

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Guilt-Free Chocolate Pancakes With Grilled Banana And Caramel Sauce

These Chocolate Pancakes are the perfect way to start the perfect Sunday. They are only to be made and served when you have time to sit, relax and enjoy them, alongside your favourite tea or coffee brew, of course. The pancakes are free of sugar and dairy and are instead made from egg, cacao powder, […]

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The Twisted Hypocrisy

The Honourable Justice Ian Gregory was at the end of his tether. He had worked in the justice system for over thirty years but had never seen a case with such mockery for the system. As the judge prepared to address the courtroom he took a good look around, shook his head in disgust and […]

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Swimming Green Army

Who doesn’t love donning smugglers, rummaging haphazardly in kelp, groping in rocky crevices and probing for precious, prickly whiskers? Free-diving for eastern rock lobsters (Sagmariasus verreauxi) has become a popular pastime enjoyed by the many pseudo hunter-gatherers inhabiting, among other places, Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. Searching for, finding and snatching your legislated share off the ocean’s […]

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Kilter – A State Of Sound Readiness

Sydney-based electronic producer Kilter is a star on the rise. At just 20 years old, his style and sound – infused with tropical accents and heavy percussion – are quickly making headway in the domestic and international music scene. Not only has his production prowess made Kilter a go-to on music-lovers’ playlists, his energetic live […]

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