Event times and details from around the region.
Rick Lewers It is never surprising to hear a Christian leader lament the declining values of society. My guess is that people have come to expect that. What people, including Christian leaders, might not expect is non-Christian commentators lamenting what has been lost when Christianity is on the decline.
Margaret Sims I have recently read an article by Susan Davis published by the Australian Association for Research in Education lamenting the lack of creativity in education.
Dar Brookes Now that we are past the winter solstice, things are starting to stir as plants that respond to increasing daylength start to bud and birds start to think about nest building.
Bushy is a very handsome boy with beautiful soft fur. He was most likely born in the drains and is quite timid and frightened of humans.
Leigh Tschirpig This month, as an introduction to newcomers, let’s look at a famous group of stars, the Southern Cross, as well as a neighbouring star and see what we can find out about them by examining their colours.
Dr Ian Tiley While Regional Organisations of Councils (ROCs) have been criticised as lacking the capacity to provide consistent and significant outcomes in the delivery of shared services, research indicates that, in NSW at least, ROCs are the primary form of multi‐purpose shared services provision by local government.
Each month, Armidale Express Extra shares the experience of an international student. This month, we meet Vincent Blokker from The Netherlands.
People often ask “why should I be interested in astronomy?” The answer lies in the fact we are a small part of the universe and that astronomy is the oldest science. Humans have always looked up at the night sky with wonder and curiosity.