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The ‘Red Door’ opens for live theatre in Narooma and Tilba this weekend
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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...
Swap rubbish for pre-loved clothes at Batemans Bay Seaside Scavenge
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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...
Knowledge keepers – protecting native habitats
Community
Most of us understand the importance of nature conservation, but less is known about the native environment we live in and the plant species under threat or extinct in our area. It’s a sobering thought when we understand that without native habitats, our environment won’t survive. However, thanks to a small band of dedicated ‘knowledge keepers’, who are willing to...
Moruya’s Granite Town music festival announces 2018 line-up
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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:...
Health care with an artistic twist at South East Regional Hospital, Bega
Health & Wellbeing
  South East Arts (SEA) has turned the South East Regional Hospital in Bega into a music venue. The next lunchtime concert in the 'Uplift - live music and art program' is this Thursday (June 21) featuring well known local talent Andy O'Donnell and Corrine Gibbons. The first of the monthly concerts was held in February; an idea that forms part of SEA's arts...
“Passion into action” Thunder and Dust hits the screen highlighting speedway history
Arts & Culture
Dust and thunder from a regional speedway has roared across the big screen in Canberra, ahead of the documentary's first screening within the community that inspired it. For Bega Valley filmmakers Andrew Moore and Fiona Scott, "Thunder and Dust" has been a five-year passion centred around Sapphire Speedway, west of Candelo. Friday (June 8) nights screening with the ANU Film Group...
Plan your day, get your tickets – TEDxSydney this Friday in Bega
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A world of ideas and inspiration lands in the heart of Bega this Friday (June 15) with the TEDxSydney Satelite Event at the town's Civic Centre. South East NSW has always been a place where informed and enlivened discussion can take place and Friday's program is an extension of that. TEDxSydney is the leading platform for the propagation of Australian...
The June Long Weekend in South East NSW – told in photos
Community
South East NSW is a dynamic place to live and visit. Mine is a home of four seasons, of stunning landscapes, of creative people, of active people, people who do things and make things happen. Whether you live here or visit, South East NSW is a rich experience. Check out what the Snowy Monaro, Eurobodalla, and Bega Valley got up...
TEDxSydney comes to Bega, Friday June 15, get your tickets here!
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TEDxSydney is the leading platform for the propagation of Australian ideas, creativity, and innovation to the rest of the world and it’s coming to Bega. This unique and vital day of talks, films, music and debate was a local hit last year, with SouEasters drawn from Cooma, Batemans Bay, and Eden to soak up the live stream we plugged into...
One high country meets another – The spark of artist Pauline Coxon
Arts & Culture
Pauline Coxon is a Biripi woman living on Ngarigo Country. "Life brought me down this way six years ago and I've gone along with the flow," she says. "Ngarigo Country is a very special place in the world, this area has touched my heart and soul." It's a sentiment that is reflected in Pauline's artworks, which are a mix of traditional...
Planning for Batemans Bay Aquatic and Cultural Centre advances
Community
Geotechnical surveys at Mackay Park have begun as a final design for the much anticipated Batemans Bay Regional Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre moves forward. Batemans Bay residents and visitors might notice equipment on site for the next two weeks as Mogo-based Sea to Summit Drilling conducts borehole testing to assess ground conditions. The work is being overseen by the...
Mini “Vivid” light show starts Reconciliation Week in Moruya
Arts & Culture
While Sydney stops for the annual Vivid Festival 303km south Moruya is gearing up for a light show of its own. An innovative digital exhibition featuring local Aboriginal artworks will be projected onto the front of Eurobodalla Shire Council’s HQ every night during Reconciliation Week. Aside from captivating local art, this Friday (May 25) night's launch of the 'Yuin Country: Art and Land...
Cooma becomes a training ground for RMC Duntroon
News
Something extraordinary has been thrown into the mix of daily life in downtown Cooma - 100 senior cadets from the Royal Military College Duntroon on a training exercise. Using blank ammunition, uniformed foot patrols have become a regular sight in Cooma. The cadets arrived in the middle of last week and will stay until June 1; residents have already been...
Narooma Busking Championship this weekend – last minute entries open
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  Last minute entries for the Narooma Busking Championship are being taken with organisers keen to fill the town with music and performance on Saturday, May 26. Around 55 entries have already rolled in from across South East NSW and beyond including Canberra, Sydney, Wollongong, and Victoria. Busking co-ordinator Sandra Doyle says, "Narooma will again buzz from the Plaza to...
Tathra bush fire concert a sellout, 4,000 people to attend
News
The Band Together concert is on track to raise $250,000 for Tathra and surrounds following the bushfires of March 18. Ticket sales have been stopped with organisers calling "sold out" last night (May 16) on social media. Around 4,000 people will pack into the Sapphire Coast Turf Club on Saturday, May 26 for what promises to be the biggest event...
Bega adds accessibility to World Environment Day activism
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A passionate outdoor enthusiast keen for people of all abilities to have opportunities in nature will deliver the World Environment Day address in Bega. Bournda Environmental Education Centre has been hosting the dinner to celebrate the United Nations sanctioned day for the last 41 years. Previous speakers at the Bega event include former NSW Premier, Bob Carr, Dr John Merso,...
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