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Coffs Chamber of Commerce issues seven point election points for Cowper candidates to answer.

The Chamber will be lobbying for several key economic opportunities for the Coffs Coast to increase visitation, jobs, and business sustainability. A thriving business community = a thriving community. Interestingly to date the only candidate that has committed to and met with the Chamber has been Rob Oakeshott who met […]

Local

Coffs Council’s communication – just like Monty Python’s dead parrot?

Councillor Paul Amos puts out a regular memorandum to residents about Council’s agenda and progress. It is well worth a read By ‘Cob’ We ran his memorandum in full on 11 March.  See: https://coffscoastoutlook.com.au/a-memo-on-the-coffs-council-from-councillor-paul-moose-amos/ The Coffs Coast Advocate (30th March 2019) then ran a story 19 days later on Saturday […]

Science/Environment

Is religion good or bad for humanity? Epic analysis delivers a possible answer

A scientific review of 10,000 years of history is finally revealing the unexpected truth behind religion’s role in human civilisation By Harvey Whitehouse RELIGION has given us algebra and the Spanish Inquisition, Bach’s cantatas and pogroms. The debate over whether religion lifts humanity higher or brings out our basest instincts […]

Politics

Analysis of budget shows ‘regions and older people get least benefits’

Middle- to high-income couples with children in inner-city electorates fare the best, economic modelling finds ByGabrielle Chan Regional residents and older people would get the least benefits from the Morrison government’s tax, according to new analysis by Natsem. Photograph: Dean Lewins/AAP People in regional Australia and older people would get […]