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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ECONOMIC INERTIA PLAGUES CESSNOCK

August 21st, 2021

After 9 years as an elected councillor on Cessnock City Council with a stated desire to see economic reform happen and jobs growth take Cessnock from one of the lowest Socio- Economic status (SEIFA INDEX) in Australia to one of the best has been shown to have got us nowhere.[...]

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Facts Vs Climate Doomsayers

May 26th, 2021

  To avoid wasting time when debating any topic it is important to confirm WHAT facts are  agreed upon and what are  NOT. This includes Climate Change and its relationship to Co2 INDISPUTABLE FACTS 1. The Earth is approximately 4,5 Billion years old . 2. There has been climate change/global warming/ global cooling -cc/gw/gc-  o[...]

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Man Versus CO2

May 24th, 2021

WRITTEN BY: PATRICK MOORE, PHD, GLOBAL WARMING POLICY FOUNDATION OCTOBER 30, 2015 TN Note: The following is a lecture delivered by Patrick Moore, formerly President of Greenpeace Int’l, to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London. He is a vocal critic of faulty science that supports climate-change caused by humans. S[...]

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Kurri Kurri its History & its Future

May 17th, 2021

The township of Kurri Kurri and the surrounding district was first established when coal was discovered at East Greta Junction now known as Gillieston Heights. In those early days at the end of the 19th Century the coal mine employees lived in very primitive conditions in villages surrounding the future[...]

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MY SAY

May 17th, 2021

Firstly, I would like to say that I am no expert the topic of Kurri Kurri having come from a Coastal dwellers lifestyle, growing up at Stockton the holiday resort for hundreds of Coalfields people over many decades. As kids we wondered why all the people came from those funny named[...]