Pictures: North Avalon Surfriders Association Storage Space At The Beach Finally Realised
Mental Health Unit Gap In Our LGA Still Unmet: Calls For A Return Of Manly's East Wing
Inquiry Into Transport-Oriented Development + Well Located Homes Program Established - open for submission until March 28
Aquatics: Ancient Fish Habitat Despoiled: Curl Curl Creek Choked With Silt - Runs Into Manly Creek - Manly Dam
2024 ISA World Longboard Championship Team Announced: Tully White + Declan Wyton To Represent Australia
Park Bench Philosophers: Neither a monster nor a saint … Sir Samuel Griffith, Queensland’s violent frontier and the rigours of truth-telling by Raymond Evans, Adjunct Professor, Griffith University, Griffith University
One of the great new bands residents have had the pleasure of hearing around local venues in the past year or so is Ah Honey.
With their debut single ‘Chelsea’ out this week on March 1st, and a launch for the single happening Saturday March 9 in Chippendale, February’s focus on local groups closes with a few opening ‘notes’ from this great group of dedicated musicians.
Ah Honey are a Sydney-based indie-alt rock band that will leave you craving more. Led by Lilly on vocals, Noah on keyboards, Chieco on guitar, Matt on bass and Fin on drums, Ah Honey’s raw energy draws you in with their brilliantly smooth sound, makes you stop, look again and ask yourself 'what the?'.
Beginning in late 2022, Ah Honey’s journey as a group has only just begun, but they are so good you have to wonder if they were born playing music.
Ah Honey are: Lilly Lucas on vocals, Noah Bloom on keyboards, Rohan Chieco on guitar, Matt Johns on bass, Fin Hogan on drums
Pictures North Avalon Surfriders Association Storage Space At The Beach Finally Realised
DIY Ideas Humid Summer + Above Median Rainfall Predicted For Autumn 2024 Means Mould In The Home: Some Tips To Keep The Family Safer & Healthier
The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast above median maximum temperatures are likely to very likely (60% to greater than 80% chance) for almost all of Australia for Autumn 2024. Most of northern and eastern NSW is at least 3 times more likely than typical to experience unusually high minimum temperatures, and 2 times more likely than typical in much of the rest of the country.
These conditions, combined with an expected chance of exceeding the median rainfall over some parts of NSW, mean the humidity we have been experiencing in past weeks will persist and lead to dampness and mould inside the home and create greening on hard external surfaces.
Damp, highly humid air indoors can make it hard to breathe. It can also lead to mould, which can worsen your asthma. If you have an air conditioner (AC) or dehumidifier, that'll help bring the humidity level down.
Food Whole Pumpkin Stuffed With Chorizo, Rice & Goats' Cheese
The pumpkin crops are coming in, as shown by the freshness and quality of the product and its price – at around $4 for a whole pumpkin this week. This recipe, first run a few years ago, has been tweaked it to suit our own tastes, as can you. When we have vegetarian guests the meat is substituted with mushrooms, zucchini and capsicums – all also in season and just superb at present.
As one of those dishes that’s easy to do, tastes wonderful and is great for sharing when you have a family dinner or lunch, this alternative to making pumpkin soup or scones will have many a home cook receiving requests for an encore of ‘that stuffed pumpkin dish’.
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