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Fancy owning a piece of the old Batemans Bay Bowling Club? Equipment and furniture from the closed facility is up for auction starting today (July 25)! Eurobodalla Shire Council has engaged experienced government auctioneer Grays Online to run the sale. Items on offer include furniture, catering equipment, bar fixtures, and fittings, as well as audio and lighting. Council says objects...
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Spring in South East NSW starts with a day of ideas and discussion; About Regional presents – The Festival of Open Minds on Saturday, September 1, 9:30 am to 5 pm at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre. This day-long event features personal stories and the experience of experts in their field, people from near and far who will inspire your thinking and 'open...
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The 'Fab Five' have swapped Kansas City, in Missouri USA for a country community at the bottom of the world just 56 minutes north-west of Canberra as excitement builds around season three of their hit Netflix series. In the last week, 'Queer Eye' has been nominated for four Primetime Emmy Awards including best reality program, casting, picture editing, and cinematography. The makeover show...
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Architectural concept plans for the new Bega Valley Regional Gallery (BVRG) have been released providing a glimpse into the future, plans that will transform the current site in Bega into a purpose-built world-class space. The plan prepared by Melbourne's Sibling Architecture forms a key component in the project's Development Application that will be lodged soon, a significant milestone in the...
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Cooma fashion house Birdsnest is swooning on the back of their Canberra launch last week, building momentum for the online retailers next big thing. 'Big Bird' Jane Cay says the response from Canberrans has been enormous. "Canberra is very close to our heart, we have great support from the ACT through our online store and customers who drive to our...
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Australia’s most respected and experienced social researcher, Hugh Mackay, believes something is wrong with our nation and in the lives of its citizens, and he is coming to Bega to explain what and why, but more importantly how he thinks we can change. For his new book, 'Australia Reimagined', Mr Mackay drew on his 50 years’ experience of listening to Australians and watching...
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He has been a part of many of the stand-out action-packed international movie scenes for ten years and even more Australian dramas, but the name Harley Durst won’t register with many moviegoers. Harley is a stuntman – and one of the best. Harley’s list of credits includes the latest Star Wars film Solo: A Star Wars Story, where he was cast...
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As winter turns to spring South East NSW will gather for a conversation about change. About Regional presents - The Festival of Open Minds on Saturday, September 1 at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre. This day-long event will inspire your toolkit for change, with ideas and stories that promise to be out of the box. Whether we like it or...
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Said to be a molotov cocktail of entertainment, ‘The Balkan Elvis: Eastern Bloc Rock’ is hitting the stage at the Canberra Theatre Centre for one night only this Thursday (July 5). Part road trip, part redemption tale, part rock’n’roll musical, it follows the exploits of Johnny Presley, the Balkan Elvis, as he searches for love, fame and fortune behind the...
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The inaugural Giiyong Festival on September 22 will be a celebration of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture, and a unique event for South East NSW. Twofold Aboriginal Corporation, Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council and South East Arts are working together to present this one-day multi-arts festival at Jigamy, just north of Eden. Giiyong will be the first event of its...
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A Cooma success story continues to 'spread its wings' with fashion house Birdsnest opening an outlet in the heart of Canberra. The much-loved retailer will open a pop-up store in The Canberra Centre on Monday (July 2). “We have so many Canberra customers who shop with us online, some of which regularly make the trip to our Cooma store," says Birdsnest...
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Moruya's dynamic Red Door Theatre Company is on the road this weekend for the final performances of their contemporary satire "All in a Night's Work". "Going on the road has been a brave," says Company President and cast member Anthony Mayne. "Bums on seats is key, ours is a region of people who don't tend to prebook tickets, which can be terrifying going...
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The Eurobodalla's 'war on waste' just took a twist; Batemans Bay will host it's first Seaside Scavenge on Saturday, July 7. This day of trash, tunes, and treasure started in Coogee in March 2015 and has been taken up by communities around Australia, it first hit South East NSW last year at Lake Jindabyne. Seaside Scavenge is a waterway clean-up and...
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As the Bega Valley steps forward bravely in its recovery from the March 18 bushfires, the power of storytelling is coming into play with a new project aimed at capturing the history and humanity of this event. The idea comes from people across the region who in some shape or form have been touched by the flames that moved through...
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Moruya might just be home to the best-kept secret on the Australian music festival circuit - Granite Town! Now in its fifth year, Granite Town is a community run, not for profit festival, and an evolution of the long-running Moruya Jazz Festival. ‘Moruya’s Funky Little Festival’ has just announced this year’s line-up and it doesn’t get much funkier than this:...
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The Member's for Monaro and Bega are heralding this week's NSW Budget as one that is making generational differences to communities from Durras to Eden to Jindabyne to Queanbeyan. “The funding announced in this budget will set in stone many key projects that will transform the Monaro for generations to come,” Monaro MP and Deputy Premier John Barilaro says. “At...
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