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Marc Ó Cathasaigh TD Jan 22
Time to refill the tank - getting some grub in the Summerhouse Café in
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Jennie Hill Dec 9
I’m in , NSW. This might look green but it’s not really - it’s dry, brownish and the air is stifling, smoky and thick with humidity. It doesn’t feel like northern NSW at all. Maybe it’s just me - I admit I’m not here very often to know what’s normal ...
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Eland Nov 15
Hilary Bradt and Isabel Conway presenting with her lifetime award from the British Guild of Travel Writers - at home in - with Worzel
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Cape Wines | SA Wine Dec 19
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Waterford Greens Nov 14
Best of luck to Sorcha Gibney Sheridan (), Chloe Jacob () and our own Cian O Cadhla () who are the delegates in tomorrow's on in as part of . We will be glued to the telly tomorrow!!
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💧Jenny Dowell OAM 🌈 Jan 17
white bubbles (like soap suds) at the base of my tallowwood- apparently it’s a common occurrence in some trees after a long drought. looks like the tree is washing itself - beautiful- 87mm still raining
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SCU Library Nov 13
Some rare colour 🌺🌺 spotted amongst the brittle, dry leaves on Campus today. All our thoughts are with the fire fighters who have battled the flames, & the people & animals displaced from their homes, during this very difficult week.
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Keith Williams Feb 16
Down at North Creek and there’s dead fish everywhere along the high tide line. Expect more elsewhere in the Richmond.
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Southern Cross Uni Dec 12
There’s been no shortage of inspiring stories at today’s graduation ceremonies. From ground-breaking research to innovation and overcoming adversity, our Lismore graduates will be remembered for the variety of their high achievements. Read more:
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Lorraine Mulholland Dec 29
29 Dec: St Máedóc, bishop of Less Mór/, Co . Founded by St Mo Chutu/Carthach. In its day the most celebrated in S Ireland! Book of Lismore📷 & Lismore Crozier📷 discovered together in 1814 behind a blocked-up doorway in Lismore Castle (Abbey site)! In
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IrishFamilyDetective Jan 30
Early Christians believed that if a cat sat on a grave, the soul of the deceased was possessed by the devil this cat was recently spotted wandering the graveyard in St. Carthages
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TheTintenbarTeahouse Jan 22
Stay cool in the Tintenbar Valley with a swim at Killen Falls followed by a fresh iced tea. We also serve ice cream, burgers, steaks, salads, nachos, curry & cakes. Yum!
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Cycling Without Age Ireland Dec 27
We at would be happy to talk to anyone wanting to sponsor or provide a trishaw for Dervla and others in . Check out
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The long walk home☘️🥀 Nov 12
The Towers Ballysaggartmore on a cold but Bright November Day
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IrishFamilyDetective Jan 24
Hybrid timewarp photo of then (late 1800s) and now (20/01/2020)
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Plums & Honey Vintag Nov 24
Vintage Waterford Irish Crystal Wine Hock Glasses in the Lismore Pattern Four Ounce Capacity via
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dave graney Nov 18
Thanks to people for coming out to our shows last week.There are dates with tomorrow and Thursday night in at the Dusty Attic Music Lounge 149 Woodlark Street, Lismore Tickets link here
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TheTintenbarTeahouse Feb 4
Valentine’s Day Banquet Dinner, $65pp, all the trimmings ❤️ booking out fast! Book on 66878801 or on fb messenger.
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Lachlan Grant Feb 5
Once dry drains now full and flowing - this one in ’s CBD.
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Jim Hyde Poet 15h
Great to see - for , of has created a YouTube channel, highlighting . From tiny acorns, the mighty yokes!
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