It was a cool September morning when the East Side Crew fitness team made their way back from an early workout in the Tamarama Gully. The surf was big and rough and Crew leader and owner Troy Stewart was watching the wav...

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The sheer horror of cancer is not lost on any of us. We all know someone who has been diagnosed with the disease or lost someone to it. In the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District alone, around 5,000 people are dia...

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Spending a day at the beach is one of Australia’s favourite pastimes. The ancient ritual of the sunburnt nose, salty hair and sandy toes. And let’s not forget the chaos of public transport, big swells and dangerous c...

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It’s no secret that we love the summer around these parts and it’s probably safe to say that most of us live for those gloriously warm – or uncomfortably sweaty – months of the year. In fact, we love summ...

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Between lockouts and complicated drinking restrictions, NSW has become a bit of a nanny state. This is hardly breaking news. But when you reach the point where festival goers, despite having no drugs whatsoever on their ...

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What started as a final year school project is now being touted as a potential life saving warning device that alerts people to the dangers of swimming in the surf and other unpatrolled waterways. 19 year-old local Jacks...

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Straight out of school, Hal Cumpston was set on entering the world of comedy. He had an interest in acting and even considered doing stand-up, but he knew it would take more than just being funny to stand out from the cr...

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Sometimes there’s really nothing better than a refreshing dip in the ocean, especially when you need to give yourself a break from sweating profusely in the sweltering summer heat. From keen-bean surfers and muscle-bou...

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When facing tragedy, most people understandably enter survival mode, curl up in the foetal position and wait for life to stop kicking the shit out of them. Losing a child is about as soul-destroying as it gets and anybod...

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The recent Bronte Cutting Pilot Project Draft Survey, conducted by the Bronte Surf Club, reveals that more than 75 per cent of respondents want the 20 car spaces returned in the cutting. Bronte Surf Club president, Basil...

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