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Archive for December, 2018

FREE BUSINESS EVENT

FREE BUSINESS EVENT. COMING TO SYDNEY BY POPULAR DEMAND… Time: 8:00 am – 9:30 am. Category: Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Meetup & Networking.

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A Feast of Film for All This Summer

Christmas movies are undoubtedly awesome. But if you over-did it on elves, reindeer and gooey stories unfolding in snowy settings this festive season, you’re probably ready for a change. So for those of you looking for new and exciting films to watch, here’s a quick guide on how to get your culture fix over the […]

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Great Scott! Bronte Surfers Hail Their New King

The Bronte Boardriders 2018 season wrapped up on the first weekend of December in fun 2-3 foot conditions, with victory to Mitchell Scott in both the open championship (Carter Cup) and the man-on-man Matt Clements Cup, reaffirming somewhat of a changing of the guard down at the Eastern Suburbs’ most challenging surf beach. “It was […]

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Locals Mobilising Against Major Telco

Australian telecommunications company TPG is facing backlash from both local residents and Randwick Council regarding the company’s plan to roll out over 60 small cell mobile towers in the area. Residents throughout the Eastern Suburbs are concerned that the radiation the facilities emit will have long-term health effects on local families who will now likely […]

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Local Shark Sightings Fail to Overturn Drone Trial Snub

Towards the end of November, the Eastern Beaches area saw a disconcerting spike in the number of shark sightings. Bondi Beach was closed after an estimated four to five-metre shark surfaced behind a surfer – the second sighting that day – while Maroubra Beach was evacuated after a four-metre great white was spotted near the […]

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Local Bloke – Peter Solness from Maroubra

Maroubra resident Peter Solness is a photographic artist and teacher who uses light as a way of reimagining the world around him. For Science Week this year he ran a large-scale public art event in Centennial Park that attracted over 600 participants. Peter shares his local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived […]

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Local Chick – Helen Pitt from Coogee

Sydney Morning Herald journalist and Coogee local Helen Pitt has just written a book about the Sydney Opera House called The House. She shares her local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived here? Nine years, I’m Sydney-born – from the mighty west originally – but moved to California for a decade and […]

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Joan Blond Exhibition

Art2Muse Gallery will be exhibiting the latest body of work by Joan Blond in January 2019. Inspired by Victoria’s lush Yarra Valley from where she lives and works, Joan’s paintings are vibrant in colour and pattern. The exhibtion runs from the 8th – 21st January 2019.

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FREE BUSINESS EVENT – Learn how to creat

FREE BUSINESS EVENT. COMING TO SYDNEY BY POPULAR DEMAND – SAT 12th JAN 2019. REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT. www.lifestylebydesign.solutions/free-event Time: 8:00 am – 9:30 am. Category: Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Meetup & Networking. Sub-Categories: Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Talks & Lectures, Classes / Courses | Professional […]

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Letters – January 2019

MORE GUNS ON OUR BEACHES After a year of disappointments, it was heartening to read in the December edition of The Beast the decision to issue guns to Eastern Suburbs lifeguards (Eastern Suburbs Lifeguards to be Issued with Guns, The Beast, December 2018). It’s time that straying board riders and people swimming outside the flags […]

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