Author Archives: Invited contributor

A Sprinkle of Charged Glitter

by Jen Severn Neuralgia again. Or is it? I’ve written about neuralgia—nerve pain—before, but this time it’s different. In the past it has started slowly—the occasional subtle ping, gaining in intensity and frequency, rising to a crescendo of penetrating stabs, … Continue reading

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Warren Shouts

A Short Story by Sarah Gardiner ‘Hey-up,’ Warren shouts at the cows. Black and white cut-outs on green paddocks, they swing their great necks, roll eyes and look away. Whip skinny tails against the heat and cloudy flies, saunter on. … Continue reading

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Nance Favelle: The forgotten cemetery at Garrawarra

Written by Margaret Nance Favelle (nee Hyland) December 2012 Submitted to The Triangle by John Favelle, January 2016. On November 10th, 2012, I was browsing through the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper which my daughter had left with us after a … Continue reading

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Four Writers, Four Winds and The Mission Priest – on again

On Saturday February 7th 2015 Four Writers, Nicholas Jose, Rodney Hall, Hannie Rayson and Neilma Sydney will be in conversation with Margaret Throsby at Four Winds (ticket details from Four Winds Office 02 6493 3414) and more information on page … Continue reading

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Growing Change : A Journey inside Venezuela’s Food Revolution

Sunday, February 15th will be the next monthly community documentary screening in the Cobargo CWA at 4.30 pm. Growing Change :A Journey inside Venezuela’s Food Revolution, A documentary by Simon Cunich Against the backdrop of the global food crisis the … Continue reading

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Skate Park Opens

The Bermagui Skate Park is finally here! It is so exciting to see this long awaited project finally become a reality. Project manager Jim Callaghan and a dedicated team of workers and volunteers have worked together to create a fabulous … Continue reading

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Mimosa Rocks BioBlitz 7th & 8th Nov

Come and join us on November 7and 8th to explore and record the wildlife in one of our loveliest National Parks. Walk with experts and help us in this challenge to find and record as many species as possible in … Continue reading

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I Am Eleven

Sunday 2nd November,  4.30pm @ Cobargo CWA Hall Coffee and tea provided, BYO cup I AM ELEVEN Feature-length Documentary by Genevieve Bailey Do you remember when you were 11? Australian filmmaker Genevieve Bailey travelled the world for six years talking … Continue reading

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Across the Nullabor on a Bike

It started as the seed of an idea over twelve months ago, the ultimate cycle adventure across the Nullabor Plain, West to East.  The seed grew into something bigger, cycling to raise awareness and funds for Nardy House, specifically money … Continue reading

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Reading group reminder

Hi, The rescheduled meeting for the Olga Masters Reading Group looking at her collection of short stories “A Long Time Dying” will be on Wednesday 10th of September.  her controversial book is apparently set in Cobargo but actually based on … Continue reading

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