Set in Mudgee's dramatic rural landscape, Sculptures in the Garden is held over one weekend each October.
In March 2011, filmmaker Brendan Shoebridge went to a 'No coal seam gas (CSG)' mining rally in the CBD of his northern NSW hometown of Lismore, a small rally he said had only attracted around
The university classroom is quiet and the students’ heads are bowed as they doodle on white cardboard pieces.
In 2009, Professor Elizabeth Blackburn became the first Australian woman to win a Nobel Prize. In 2010, Julia Gillard became Australia's first female prime minister.
Ladyslug have won the Queensland state final of the National Campus Band Competition and will perform at the national fin
Construction work has started on the Lismore Quadrangle for the renovation of the rundown C
Poetry has a role to play in the planet’s survival. Far from being irrelevant, it can claim an engagement with the biosphere's crises.
The provenance of To Kill a Mockingbird (1960) is perhaps less well known than the novel itself, which has come to be eve
The Back Alley Gallery’s third annual street party, held last Saturday, was a tasty liquorice all-sorts of live art, music and street culture.