Megan Kinninment

Megan Kinninment
  • Joined: Feb 2013
  • published: 292
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Published a story 6:48am Oct 24th

LICKING your GoPro camera lens before you dip it in water stops water beads forming. This is just one of the tips that will be shared at the Byron Bay Surf Festival tomorrow.

Films, workshops and stalls at surf festival

24 Oct 2014

LICKING your GoPro camera lens before you dip it in water stops water beads forming. This is just one of the tips that will be shared at the Byron Bay Surf Festival tomorrow.

Published a story 7:25am Oct 23rd

MORE than 600 garage sales will be held across the region for Secondhand Saturday this weekend.

Treasure at garage sales

23 Oct 2014

MORE than 600 garage sales will be held across the region for Secondhand Saturday this weekend.

Published a story 7:02pm Oct 21st

AS news broke of his death, it was former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam’s legacy of sweeping social policy reforms that were recalled with reverence.

Whitlam death: The passing of an Australian political giant

22 Oct 2014

AS news broke of his death, it was former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam’s legacy of sweeping social policy reforms that were recalled with reverence.

Published a story 1:18pm Oct 17th

IF I was to create a time capsule, it would include an iPad  programmed to Minecraft, a recording of Pharrell Williams’s Happy and plastic loom-band bracelets.

The secret life of time capsules

18 Oct 2014

IF I was to create a time capsule, it would include an iPad programmed to Minecraft, a recording of Pharrell Williams’s Happy and plastic loom-band bracelets.

Published a story 9:45am Oct 16th

BANGALOW farewelled a much-loved son yesterday at the packed funeral for Russell Blanch, WWII veteran and former vice-president of the Bangalow RSL sub-branch.

Bangalow commnunity stalwart Russell Blanch farwelled

16 Oct 2014

BANGALOW farewelled a much-loved son yesterday at the packed funeral for Russell Blanch, WWII veteran and former vice-president of the Bangalow RSL sub-branch.

Published a story 8:14am Oct 9th

THE PUSH to establish a Northern Rivers Rail Trail will be boosted if a motion to support the trail is voted in at Byron Shire Council’s ordinary meeting today.

Byron council considers whole-hearted support for rail trail

9 Oct 2014

THE PUSH to establish a Northern Rivers Rail Trail will be boosted if a motion to support the trail is voted in at Byron Shire Council’s ordinary meeting today.

Published a story 7:01pm Oct 8th

IT’S back to the drawing board for the developers who planned to build a two-storey residential and commercial building in Station St, Bangalow

Court knocks back development at Bangalow for second time

9 Oct 2014

IT’S back to the drawing board for the developers who planned to build a two-storey residential and commercial building in Station St, Bangalow

Published a story 12:01pm Oct 8th

WHEN Kim Kjaer-Olsen chose Seven Mile Beach to swim at yesterday, he said he did so for the pristine white sand and crystal-clear turquoise water.

Seven Mile, Evans Main Beach, Shark Bay top our beaches

8 Oct 2014

WHEN Kim Kjaer-Olsen chose Seven Mile Beach to swim at yesterday, he said he did so for the pristine white sand and crystal-clear turquoise water.

Published a story 7:05am Oct 8th

BYRON Bay designer and screenprinter Carla Dawes is a finalist in the  Etsy Design Awards, with a trip to New York City up for grabs as the major prize.

Byron designer named finalist in prestigious Etsy awards

8 Oct 2014

BYRON Bay designer and screenprinter Carla Dawes is a finalist in the Etsy Design Awards, with a trip to New York City up for grabs as the major prize.

Published a story 4:13pm Oct 3rd

AFTER plugging "cactus" into Google and coming back with 87,800,000 entries, my suspicion is confirmed: Cactuses are hot.

Cactus addicts rally to share the love

4 Oct 2014

AFTER plugging "cactus" into Google and coming back with 87,800,000 entries, my suspicion is confirmed: Cactuses are hot.

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