Digby Hildreth

Digby Hildreth
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Published a story 4:32pm Nov 26th

A grieving mum’s memorial paint job on a bridge at Uki will be allowed to remain, pending locals’ approval, Tweed shire councillors agreed last week.

Bridge rainbow to stay for now

26 Nov 2014

A grieving mum’s memorial paint job on a bridge at Uki will be allowed to remain, pending locals’ approval, Tweed shire councillors agreed last week.

Published a story 4:31pm Nov 26th

The launch of a multi-disciplinary support network is offering fresh hope to people with a mental illness on the Tweed.

Mentally ill have a healing network

26 Nov 2014

The launch of a multi-disciplinary support network is offering fresh hope to people with a mental illness on the Tweed.

Published a story 4:25pm Nov 26th

Mya Hurst suffers from a condition that no teenager, or anyone for that matter, should have to live with.

Mya lives with pain

26 Nov 2014

Mya Hurst suffers from a condition that no teenager, or anyone for that matter, should have to live with.

Published a story 1:21pm Nov 25th

AS a boy in Beaudesert, David Johnson displayed exceptional sporting talent across a range of codes.

Back on centre court

25 Nov 2014

AS a boy in Beaudesert, David Johnson displayed exceptional sporting talent across a range of codes.

Published a story 10:02am Sep 11th

A HUMPBACK whale and its calf, banks of coral, dolphins and a message in a bottle are among recent colourful additions to a wall at Ocean Shores Public School.

O-Shores school mural makes "inviting corner" for students

11 Sep 2014

A HUMPBACK whale and its calf, banks of coral, dolphins and a message in a bottle are among recent colourful additions to a wall at Ocean Shores Public School.

Published a story 9:01am Aug 13th

ALMOST 40 Bangalow Public School students have explored the past, present and future of their region in three learning circles in parklands near the village.

Bangalow kids learn from elders at learning circles

13 Aug 2014

ALMOST 40 Bangalow Public School students have explored the past, present and future of their region in three learning circles in parklands near the village.

Published a story 9:13am Aug 4th

WHEN a crazed Iraqi aimed an AK-47 at her head, all Rabia Siddique could do was stare him in the eye, hoping he would not be able to kill her in cold blood.

Writers' Festival audience spellbound by great courage

4 Aug 2014

WHEN a crazed Iraqi aimed an AK-47 at her head, all Rabia Siddique could do was stare him in the eye, hoping he would not be able to kill her in cold blood.

Published a story 1:52pm Aug 1st

BOOKS have saved Jeanette Winterson’s life – and more than once.

Books prove lifeline for leading author

2 Aug 2014

BOOKS have saved Jeanette Winterson’s life – and more than once.

Published a story 6:29am Jun 16th

IT should come as no surprise that the new director of the Byron Bay Writers Festival had a bookish upbringing.

New Writers fest director is thriving in life’s new chapter

16 Jun 2014

IT should come as no surprise that the new director of the Byron Bay Writers Festival had a bookish upbringing.

Published a story 9:35am May 27th

RETIRING Buttery director Barry Evans admits he was a little naive when he started work as the rehab centre’s art teacher in 1983.

Buttery’s Barry makes a break

27 May 2014

RETIRING Buttery director Barry Evans admits he was a little naive when he started work as the rehab centre’s art teacher in 1983.

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