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Lockdown sees increased demand for male domestic abuse support
Funding boost for Surfing WA to help keep wave chasers safe
Brad Farmer is 2021 Byron Shire Australia Day Ambassador
INXS Manager Chris Murphy dies suddenly
Safety message from our Lifeguards – Wollongong
Margaret River couple home for Christmas after shock cancer diagnosis
Local photographer to reflect Yawa’s connection to Peninsula waterways
Government’s solution to housing crisis? State sponsored couch surfing
Tickets on sale for exclusive Layne Beachley event
Impacts of surfing on coastline safety
Man dies while surfing at South Coast beach
SharkSmart WA app ticks over 30,000 downloads
Public consultation opens on protecting Queensland’s World Surfing Reserves
Independent review gives oyster restoration project a tick of approval
Supporting affordable housing outcomes
Fatal shark attack, Greenmount Beach
Popular surf spot in Bunker Bay to get shark monitoring receivers
Council’s new adult Come ‘n Try program gets locals moving
Maybank, Grab and Mastercard jointly launch brand new Maybank Grab Mastercard Platinum to reward Malaysians
Woman bitten in suspected shark attack at Port Macquarie
Surfer dies at Collaroy Beach
Carinity Orana helping homeless youth living rough
Urgent action needed to address homelessness in Tasmania
Homelessness week 2020
Everyone’s a winner with Coles’ instant win competition
Council determines location and features of future cultural facility
Teen dies in suspected shark attack at Grafton
Backward Glance: Fish ‘n’ Chips and take-away shops
National Agreement supports States’ focus on homelessness
Man dies in suspected shark attack – Kingscliff
Help develop Smiths Beach Town Plan
Tablet computer helps disabled patient
Robert Coombe appointed Chairman of MLC Wealth
Housing report provides too little, too late
Australian National Surfing Museum running virtual tours for schools
75 famous Aussies Support Salvos 2020 Red Shield Appeal
Post-COVID plan needed for women and children who have escaped domestic and family violence and people experiencing
HM Coastguard asks everyone to take extra care
Parks reopening welcome in communities
Axed Anzac Day fly-past should be allowed to happen
Kiwis urged to stay on course over Easter
Stay away from National Parks this Easter
Northland Police urge people to stay home this Easter
Noosa’s parks and beaches open for exercise only
Homeless Tasmanians need more support
Member spotlight: Dr Sharonne Zaks takes TEDx stage
Skipper responsibility vital in fight against COVID-19
DISA renews antivirus software license agreement helping teleworkers keep machines safe at home