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Hello, just a short note to let you know that the September Triangle is now available at your local distribution point. Read about a special song that’s been gifted to the Indigenous children of Bermagui; one person’s detailed account of … Continue reading
The August 2020 issue of The Triangle is online and ready to read now, or you can pick up a paper copy from your local distribution point. There are stories about last month’s NAIDOC Run Sweat Inspire Festival, the latest … Continue reading
Our June issue is out – online and back in print! We’re distributing today. From bushfire recovery to waterway restoration to the Art of Isolation to the quiet sale of the Bermi water tower (mural thrown in), pick up a … Continue reading
The Grants Hub has compiled a list of grants available to anyone who has been affected. You may have lost your home, possessions, or your income. There’s a list of tradies offering free services, and grants for Indigenous corporations and … Continue reading
These are the poems by the Well Thumbed Poets read on Saturday 7 September at Well Thumbed Books, Cobargo, to music by violinist Elizabeth Andalis. The event raised money for Far South Coast Animal Rescue and Wires. The copyright to … Continue reading
Belun malu means ‘friendship’, and that is the heart of this project—to foster the ongoing friendship between Australia and Timor Leste through the joy of singing and playing music together. It brings singers from the Bega Valley together with the … Continue reading
Kia Kaha A solidarity event in response to the Christchurch mass shootings took place at Well Thumbed Books, Cobargo, on Saturday 13 April, three weeks after the shootings. The texts in this document were read out at the event, in … Continue reading
All are welcome at this year’s ‘Grow the Music’ Koori community concert, 3 pm Sunday 14 April at Wallaga Lake.