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Sunday, 16 December

15:42

Sunday, 16 December 2018 - 3:42pm

This week, I have been mostly reading:

00:16

Baby power appears to be a ticking time bomb for consumers North Coast Voices



Reuters Investigates, 14 December 2018:

Facing thousands of lawsuits alleging that its talc caused cancer, J&J insists on the safety and purity of its iconic product. But internal documents examined by Reuters show that the company's powder was sometimes tainted with carcinogenic asbestos and that J&J kept that information from regulators and the public.

J&J didnt tell the FDA that at least three tests by three different labs from 1972 to 1975 had found asbestos in its talc in one case at levels reported as rather high.

J&J has been compelled to share thousands of pages of company memos, internal reports and other confidential documents with lawyers for some of the 11,700 plaintiffs now claiming that the companys talc caused their cancers including thousands of women with ovarian cancer.

A Reuters examination of many of those documents, as well as deposition and trial testimony, shows that from at least 1971 to the early 2000s, the companys raw...

00:15

Australian Electoral Commission sets up temporary counting house in Grafton ahead of 2019 elections North Coast Voices



The Daily Examiner, 10 December 2018, p.4:

After  more than two years without a tenant one of Graftons largest retail outlets has a new tenant.

The store at 51 Prince St, formerly tenanted by failed electronics retailer Dick Smith, has been leased to the Australian Electoral Commission to be used as a vote counting centre in the upcoming state and federal elections.

The commercial manager at Ford and Dougherty Natasha Watkinson, said the lease was for just six months, but would be a welcome change to the main street after being so long without a tenant.

She said the owner has given the building a new coat of paint to cover up the previous tenants corporate colours.

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15:53

Current State and Federal policies may rip New England apart beyond repair New England, Australia

My slow posting reflects my personal preoccupations. The problem is that while I have been preoccupied, issues have arisen, decisions are being made, that will adversely affect New England. In each case the adverse affects come from the simple fact that people don't recognise our existence. To illustrate this, I thought that I would simply list a few examples without great detail.

A few things to remember in considering the examples I will be citing:

  • The broader new England does have its own identity and geographic validity. But because we don't exist, no statistics are collected, we don't appear as an entity in policy making.
  • In economic and geographic terms, New England is being ripped apart by the growth of the South-east Queensland conurbation in the north, the growth of Sydney and Canberra with its spillover affects in the south. 
  • The definitions used for policy making and statistical terms, regional is an example, act to smash our attempts to create identity and to overcome long term structural decline. 
  • The longer this process goes on, the harder it is to recover.
Now for my brief points. I will give links later.

When you look at the Commonwealth Government's regional university initiative, it is concentrated in the outer metro rim and South Eastern NSW. There is almost nothing for New England.

When you look at the the NSW Government's regional development and tourism strategies, they have a bias towards Southern NSW.

When you consider the discussion on infrastructure, the focus is on metros or links between the metros. There is very little that will benefit New England

When you consider the new discussion on migration and decentralisation policy, not only is there little recognition of the history decentralisation policy, but the discussion focuses on growing the metro rim to abosrb more people. They talk about state based migration policies, but that won't help us because me have no state. The question of achieving better population balance within New England does not come up because New England does not exist.

While I have been absorbed on other things, the policy discussion has taken off in ways that will leave us worse off.        
 

12:43

ISSUES WITH THE HUNTER GAS PIPELINE Clarence Valley Conservation Coalition

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Tweet of the Week North Coast Voices



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Quotes of the Week North Coast Voices


If you want to know what caused those conditions, Ill give you an answer its called climate change, the Queensland premier told reporters. It is only the LNP who could watch Queensland burn and then blame the trees.  [Queensland Premier Anna Palaszczukquoted in The Guardian, 7 December 2018]

Last year, more Australians bought their seventh home than those who bought their first  [Journalist Timothy Swanston quoting an incorrect statment by Queensland Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni, ABC News, 8 December 2018]

 Most people just consider Assange a spoilt-brat egomaniac with murky motives, a limelight habit and some profoundly questionable political affiliations.  [Journalist...

Friday, 14 December

15:48

Last chance to go solar before credits reduce on 1 Jan 19 "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

The 9th solar power bulk-buy block is currently open for residents, farms and businesses throughout the New England North West region. As at the time of writing, deposits for just over half of the block have been taken. Now is your last chance to purchase and install solar power before the renewable energy credits reduce again on 1 [...] full article 

15:36

Progress from the Start of Save Our Macleay River "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

In 2013, a group of consultants made several recommendations to Government about how to deal with the arsenic contaminated tailings from a processing facility at Urunga. One option presented was to truck 30,000M3 for storing and possibly processing to Hillgrove, on top of the escarpment in the upper Macleay catchment. Many people thought it was crazy [...] full article 

12:50

Local artist in desperate search for missing painting Local News Echonetdaily

Paul Bibby

Its the mysterious case of the missing Main Arm painting.

As local artist Toni Clarke was driving down Main Arm Road with her carefully-wrapped graduation piece in the back of her ute last week, the rope securing the painting suddenly snapped.

Ms Clarke didnt notice the work was gone until she stopped for petrol in Mullumbimby soon after.

Devastated, I quickly drove all the way home to Palmwoods only minutes later but couldnt find it anywhere, Ms Clarke says.

Local artist Toni Clarkes graduation piece has mysteriously disappeared. Supplied

The sad part of it is that it was my graduation piece for my opening night at the Byron School of Art.

It has to be somewhere.

Ms Clarke has made full use of the bush telegraph and local Facebook pages to search for the painting, but to no avail.

The only clue she has is that the painting may have been picked from the side of the road by a lady in a white Toyota ute who was last seen heading in the direction of Uki.

It means so much to me to find it, she says

So if anyone has any leads it would be so appreciated if you could contact me, she says.

Ms Clarke is happy for the painting to be returned anonymously without any questions being asked.

You could drop it off at the Main Arm shop, or the Byron School of Art or Sunshine Alley in Mullumbimby, she says.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of the painting please call Toni on 0498 971 468.

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11:57

Local incident a reminder of stranger danger Local News Echonetdaily

When a child tells a parent or carer that they just had some lollies in a car with a man they didnt know all sorts of fears come flooding in. This was the case for a father in Brunswick Heads a few weeks ago when his five year old son told him that after a day at the pirate park.

My husband was at the park with our five year old son and was also looking after another child. Our five year old went to the toilet and when he didnt come back he went to look for him and found him.

Our five year old didnt say anything immediately it wasnt until later that evening that he told us a man had approached him as he came out of the toilets and offered him sweets. The man told him they were in his car and took him to the car, he got in and apparently there were lots of sweets, said the childs mother.

While nothing untoward happened in this instance and the child had some lollies in the car and was told to go back to your family it is a clear reminder to all parents and carers to keep a vigilant eye on children in their care when you are in public places, near waterway or public toilets said detective inspector Matt Kehoe from the Tweed Byron Police District.

Police investigation

Police have taken statements from both the child and father with descriptions of the vehicle and man involved in the incident.

CCTV footage has been examined and the area has been canvassed but no useful information has been gained, said detective Kehoe.

The description of the male and vehicle havent been linked to any other matters. We believe this is an isolated incident and is not a trend in this area. It has been referred to the Tweed/Byron detectives for follow up.

Stranger danger

While the parents of the five year old had had stranger danger conversations with their son his mother said I would just remind parents to be really aware of your kids and where they are. Keep an eye out for them. And as a general person out and about dont be scared to speak up if you see somethgin strange going on.

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11:46

Councillors push for Tyagarah surf patrol Local News Echonetdaily

The clothes-optional beach at Tyagarah remains in place. Photo Jeff Dawson.

Councillors have voted unanimously, says Cr Sarah Ndiaye, to urgently explore implementing a temporary extension of [Councils] contract with Surf Lifesaving Australia (SLSA) to include Tyagarah Beach in their patrol this summer.

The Echos Council reporter left just before the vote was taken at Thursdays meeting (December 13), but staff have confirmed the motion as supplied by Cr Ndiaye is correct.

Cr Ndiaye told Echonetdaily that if lifesavers patrolled the beach, It will help support visitors to feel safe, deter poor behaviour and encourage better water safety on what is quite a dangerous stretch of open beach.

Meanwhile, Council will continue to work towards instillation of cameras and explore the legalities around improving safety.

The motion as supplied by Cr Ndiaye says $10,000 will be immediately allocated towards Tyagarah Reserve CCTV cameras and related signage from unrestricted reserve funds.

Staffs report in the agenda advised councillors that Council was already $10,000 short in its budget deficit, owing to an drought relief urgency motion at the October 18 meeting.

But Cr Alan Hunter argued at the meeting that Councils funds were above its requirement to have at least $1m in cash reserves, and as such, he urged councillors to spend the money on cameras.

Councillors agreed that $15,000 will also be taken from the unrestricted reserve fund for the surf patrol.

While questions were raised at the meeting whether CCTV cameras would be immediately vandalised after installation, it emerged that Council had already committed to spending the money on the cameras and that discussions were yet to be held with stakeholders such as the NPWS and Police....

11:43

The world gets a giggle out of Byrons shiny new member Local News Echonetdaily

The new sculpture on the Bayshore Drive roundabout has already become a public joke. Photo: Jeff Dawson

Paul Bibby

Disco Dong, Sea Side Shaft, Schlonghenge Whatever you want to call it, the new, undeniably-phallic sculpture rising proudly from Byrons Bayshore Dr roundabout has certainly captured the worlds imagination.

But it may not be the kind of attention Byron Council was hoping for when it commissioned the 12-metre, $52,000 installation for the gateway to the arts and industrial estate.

The finishing touches are still being made to the sculpture a depiction of the Byron lighthouse made from thousands of stainless steel birds but it has already become a source of hilarity, derision and in some cases outrage for locals and non-locals alike.

Artists impression of the new sculpture for the Bayshore Drive roundabout. Source Byron Shire Council

Goulburn has the big merino Coffs has the big bananaByron shire gets the big dick one local commented on the Byron Bay Community Board Facebook page.

Can you believe it, the giant bird-phallus has already hit the headlines in the Daily Mail, ENGLAND! said another.

Others have been less jocular about the towns latest artistic addition.

More than 520 people have already signed a petition on Change.org for the installation to be removed, and the numbers are continuing to climb fast.

I feel terrible for the person or persons who made the giant new sculpture, but it is an eyesore, and looks a little too close to being a males private organ rather than a lighthouse, even it its not quite fin...

11:00

$627,00 for Brunswick Picture House Local News Echonetdaily

Celebrating the announcement of $627,000 grant to refurbish the Brunswick Picture House. Pete Castaldi, Brett Haylock, the Queen of Melbournes Cabaret Scene, the wickedly funny Dolly Diamond, NSW Minister for the Arts Don Harwin, Ben Franklin and Chris Chen. Photo Jeff Dolly Dawson.

The young but already iconic Brunswick Picture House received a huge $$627,00 boost from the Regional Arts NSW and other state government agencies for its long planned capital works program this morning.

After a passionate performance announcing the search for funding in July, Ben Franklin, the NSW Parliamentary Secretary for Renewable Energy and Northern NSW joined NSW Minister for the Arts Don Harwin this morning to deliver the good news to a beaming Chris Chen and Brett Haylock, producers of the Brunswick Picture House, at the venue in Brunswick Heads.

The 200 seat capacity not-for-profit theatre had received strong support from the community for its grant application. The producers, with a history of hosting cabaret worldwide, recently purchased and renovated the almost-forgotten historical building, and from 2016 have pursued a strategy of providing an international standard of performances across live music, cabaret, comedy, and circus, in addition to film for all ages curated by Pete Castaldi; programming that has been credited with revitalising not only its home village of Brunswick Heads but also the surrounding region.

The planned works include a new toilet block with the inclusion of a disabled toilet facility, new office and back stage areas, a new roof with a full solar array, long awaited new seats and air conditioning.

Everything we have planned in the renovations has been with the goal of increasing the comfort and experience of both our loving and loyal customers, and the stream of amazing local and international performers who pass through our doors, said Haylock.

Mr Franklin told the receptive crowd that the wonderful Brunswick Picture House was becoming very quickly the iconic venue in the entire Northern Rivers.

Arts Minister Don Harwin in turn praised the advocacy of Mr Franklin on behalf of regional arts and in the Picture House in particular. Saying that he grew up i...

10:02

Mullum High explores tiny living Local News Echonetdaily

Year seven students from Mullumbimby High School toured Humpy Co to learn about tiny living. Photo supplied.

Learning about tiny living year seven students from Mullumbimby High School recently visited the Humpy Display Village in the Bangalow Industrial Estate to explore the ideas behind Humpy Co.

Students toured the village and explored the range of Humpy dwellings on display as part of the unit they are currently studying at school. They got to learn how the pods are made from order to delivery, the wide range of uses they have, and how quick and easy a Humpy is to install a Humpy can be installed in under a day. The team also touched on the impact and advantages of businesses being environmentally conscious.

Owners of the business Travis Lowe, a qualified carpenter of 15 years along with his father Brian Lowe, a registered builder for over 40 years, were able to take the student through the process of design and erection of these backyard pods.

The beauty of a Humpy is that it comes flat-packed, so can be installed without the need to remove fence panels or hire cranes. They are environmentally friendly, do not require footings and when you need to move it, simply dismantle it and take it with you, said Travis.

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08:30

Waiting times for elective surgery and ED treatment have fallen, local health district claims Local News Echonetdaily

Paul Bibby

Waiting times for elective surgery and emergency department treatment have fallen at hospitals across the Northern Rivers over the past three months, according to the Northern NSW Local Health District.

But the NSW Shadow Health Minister Walt Secord claims that the hospitals are at breaking point, with more than 5,000 patients waiting for elective surgery.

In an ebullient media statement following the release of a new Bureau of Health Information report, the health district said that Lismore and Balina hospitals were among six norther coast facilities which had seen an improvement in the number of emergency department patients starting treatment on time.

There was a huge improvement in patients starting treatment on time [at Lismore hospital], up 15.9 percentage points to 75.8 per cent, the statement said.

68.4 per cent of patients left the ED within four hours, a significant improvement compared to 59.5 per cent last year.

At Ballina Hospital 82.1 per cent of patients started treatment on time, up nine percentage points on last year.

Nearly 81 per cent of patients left the Balina ED within four hours, the statement said, up from 73.5 per cent last year.

However, this was partly explained by a 5.1 per cent fall in the number of people presenting to the ED.

Tweed Hospital. Source: Hospitalstays.com.au

There was a similar fall in presentations at Byron Central Hospital a surprising statistic given that the hospital is only in its second year of operation.

Tweed Hospital saw 80.8 per cent of patients treated on time, a 3.9 percentage point increase on last year.

Despite this decrease in patients, the percentage of people who started treatment on time and left within four hours has remained roughly the same as the same time last year at around 80 per cent.

The health district also spruiked the elective surgery performance at local hospitals, stating that 97.4 per cent of patients at Ballina hospital received their surgery on time this quarter, with 100 per cent of urgent procedures completed on time.

But Shadow NSW Health Minister Walt Secord took a very different view of the report.

He said it revealed that 5020 patients are currently waiting for elective surgery across the Northern NSW Local Health District, 51 on whom had been waiting for more than a year.

The north coast health and hospital system lurches from crisis to crisis: long waits emergency department waits in Lismore, huge waits for elective surgery in Ballina and the debacle over the controversial site selection for the T...

08:28

Mullum football club gets some of the cash splash Local News Echonetdaily

Mel Delaney, Sharon Shriven, Justine Elliot MP, Bronwyn Rixon. Photo supplied.

The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club have been working hard to nurture their womens football teams and with over 100 female players they are excited about the recent $20,000 funding to provide female change rooms and showers.

Local Labor MP for Richmond Justine Elliot announced the funding saying, These extensions will benefit the strong female membership of the club as well as visiting teams, female officials, committee members and future players, and will contribute to a safe and inclusive environment for all female players.

The funding is allocated from the governments Stronger Communities Programme for small capital grants supporting projects that will contribute to the vibrancy and viability of our region.

The new facilities at Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club will also help drive female participation at all levels of the game, with a key focus on increasing female player participation, Justine said.

If anyone is interested in joining the Club for next years season please contact Sharon oninfo@mbvfc.com.au or 0435 057 463.

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07:16

Death of nine-month-old girl leads to woman being extradited and charged Local News Echonetdaily

A woman has been charged after the body of a nine-month-old girl was located on a Queensland beach last month.

About 12.30am (Queensland time) on Monday 19 November 2018, emergency services were called to Staghorn Avenue and the Esplanade, Surfers Paradise, after a nine-month-old girl was found unresponsive.

Paramedics declared the child deceased at the scene.

Queensland Police Service launched an investigation and were assisted by NSW Police Force detectives.

Investigators spoke with the childs parents a 47-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman with the man being arrested that day.

Detectives from the Homicide Squad and Tweed/Byron Police District, with the assistance of specialist detectives from Queensland, established Strike Force Palua to investigate the girls death.

It will be alleged in court that the child died in NSW.

On Thursday 22 November 2018, the 47-year-old man was charged with murder. He remains before the courts.

Following further inquiries, a 23-year-old woman was arrested by detectives from Queensland Police Services Child Protection and Investigation Unit on the Gold Coast, Queensland, about 2pm yesterday (Thursday 13 December 2018).

The woman appeared at Southport Magistrates Court, where Strike force Palua investigators applied for and were granted her extradition to NSW.

She was escorted by police to Tweed Heads Police Station, where she was charged with fail to provide for child cause danger of death (DV).

The woman was refused bail and is due to appear at Byron Bay Local Court today (Friday 14 December 2018).

Investigations under Strike Force Palua are continuing.

Anyone with information that may assist Strike Force Palua detectives is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.

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06:50

Ballina Council makes a move on pokies Local News Echonetdaily

Pokies came under fire at the Ballina Shire Council meeting yesterday (Thursday) when the rental discount for Club Lennox came up for discussion. The Club is built on council-owned community land and currently receives a 50 per cent rental discount in recognition of the good community work they do.

What seemed to be a relatively routine matter of extending a rental discount for a club on community land turned into a debate on the social cost of poker machines, said Councillor Keith Williams.

Community sentiment

This reflects the strong community sentiment to reduce the number of pokies machines across the Ballina electorate. A survey conducted across the electorate earlier this year by the new owners of the Beach Hotel in Byron found that three-quarters of the people surveyed supported a cut back on poker machines while just 10 per cent opposed the move. 

Not council role

Councillors Smith, Meehan and Cadwallader spoke in opposition to the motion saying that the industry was already heavily regulated by the state and it was not Councils role to regulate the machines or tell The Club how to operate its business.

However, Councillor Williams highlighted that taking up the proposal was entirely at the Clubs discretion saying, We are offering a financial incentive for the club to consider the impact of poker machines on the community. If the option doesnt work for The Club, then they can continue with the current 50 per cent discount.

This recognises the great work Club Lennox already does in supporting a vibrant, welcoming community.

Councillors voted 64 in favour of the motion with Councillors Willis, Williams, McCarthy, J Johnson, Parry and Wright voting for and Smith, Cadwallader, E Johnston and Meehan voting against.

Council will receive a further report on poker machine harm minimisation strategies being undertaken by Councils next year.

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