Rod’s Blog

Well Carol sure put on a great night to kick start the Kurri Kurri Community Festival. The dinner dance was tops with excellent food, music and support from Kurri Kurri Bowling Club.

Sunday the 21st of October will be the big day for Kurri Kurri with the running of the towns second Community Festival. A first this year without the many dramas in the organisation will be the Billy Cart Derby. This kicks off at 9am in Hampden Street, with the entertainment running all day on the sports ground.


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December 18th, 2019

IN ONE EASY LESSON ON AGENDA 21 Awareness of Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development is racing across the nation as citizens in community after community are learning what their city planners are actually up to. As awareness grows, I am receiving more and more calls for tools to help activists fight[...]

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How the left cover up the truth

June 22nd, 2019

State Department Says 15 Officials Broke Security Rules Linked to Clinton Emails By Mimi Nguyen Ly June 18, 2019 Updated: June 19, 2019 Share The State Department identified 15 people involved in multiple security violations connected to the handling of classified information as a result of Hillary Clinton’s use of an unauthorized email server. Clinton u[...]

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My say

October 4th, 2018

Why does Kurri Kurri Exist (My say) It was 47 years ago last May that I had my first taste of the Coalfields, in particular Kurri Kurri. As a young Ambulance Officer with the NSW Ambulance Service, I was transferred to Maitland Ambulance Station to work. In those days and as far back[...]

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Zero waste to Landfill

September 20th, 2018

Changes to the recycling industry in NSW Until recently, China was a large importer of recyclable materials, accepting more than 30 million tonnes of waste from all over the world every year. Australia alone sent 1.25 million tonnes of recycled material to China in 2016-17 which is now impacted by National[...]

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NSW energy crisis affects business

July 29th, 2017

Large businesses such as Tomago Aluminium in the Hunter Valley are the backbone of New South Wales' economy providing more than 900 jobs and hundreds more in contract services. But the ridiculous rising energy costs are hurting their business. Electricity is a major cost for Tomago Aluminium and they have been[...]