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Letters September 2017

SOUTHERN COURIER NOT ECO-FRIENDLY To whom it may concern at ‘Southern Courier’ Publication, I would like to advise you of an apparent change in the ‘distribution’ of the Southern Courier magazine recently, leading to local community frustration and even anger. I live in a small four-unit complex near the southern end of Mount Street, Coogee. […]

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Dog for Adoption – Wesley

WESLEY AGE 9 years SEX Male BREED King Charles Cavalier WEIGHT 9.6kg Wesley is a super affectionate boy who is great with other dogs. He has a gentle nature and would do best in a quieter household. He came from the pound very thin and neglected, but is gaining weight and looking a lot better. […]

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Understanding Pop Icon Tina Arena

Tina Arena really needs no introduction, so I’m not going to bother with one. We could up with the Aussie pop icon during the month… My first memory of music is… Italian tunes coming from our kitchen as my mother cooked. Growing up my parents listened to… all kinds of music. Lots of old Italian […]

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September Thumbs

Up Key Safes – Being able to safely hide your keys is a basic human right. Whoever came up with this genius idea should be knighted immediately. Waverley Bowlo – Bowling clubs are one of the pillars of Australian life, but greedy developers are hell bent on destroying them all to build more units. Victor […]

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BONDI LIFEGUARDS QUESTION THEIR IMPOSSIBLE AT MOLOKAI PADDLE

You might think that saving lives daily as part of your job would qualify you for a bit of a break in your time off. Maybe crack open a cold one, slob around a bit, watch The Bachelor. However, this kind of logic seems not to apply in the minds of Bondi’s lifeguards. It’s almost […]

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Dog for Adoption – Ace

ACE AGE 9 months SEX Male BREED Foxy x WEIGHT 6.9kg Ace is a sweet, active boy who is social with other dogs. He is very keen on his walks and enjoys a run too. He is incredibly smart and only too willing to please. Don’t be surprised if he brings you your slippers in […]

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HOILES’ ‘CLASSIC WALLABIES’ A LIFELINE FOR RETIRING RUGBY PLAYERS

As a concept, retirement is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, you’ve made it; you’ve yourself alive for 65 years or so. However, the prospect of idle hours and a lack of purpose can also be incredibly daunting. Now imagine that rather than retiring at 65, the intensity of your chosen career requires that […]

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LOCAL BLOKE… AMAURY TRÉGUER FROM BONDI BEACH

Frenchman photographer extraordinaire Amaury Tréguer recently moved to Bellevue Hill after living in Bondi for eight years. You might know him from his daily photo blog, Morning Bondi, or from his many shots in The Beast over the years. He shares his local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived here? I’ve been […]

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FESTIVAL SEASON HITS THE EASTERN BEACHES AS SPRING BEGINS TO BLOSSOM

Stuff Coachella. Say sayonara to Burning Man. The best festivals to attend this year are to be found right here in our own backyard. This September brings to the not one, but three wonderful community events, each with a singular focus and an epic vibe to boot. Randwick’s Eco-Living Fair will be kicking off the […]

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PINK ELEPHANTS THERE TO SUPPORT MOTHERS WHO HAVE MISCARRIED

While many lament the ‘unfiltered’ nature of the Internet, there are innumerable ways in which the Internet’s democratising pathways to knowledge and international communities are changing lives for the better. In particular, those who have experienced trauma can use the Internet to foster relationships with others who have gone through the same or similar things. […]

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