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O connection, connection! Wherefore art thou connection?

Peaceful weekends spent at my family farm outside of Braidwood, NSW are a luxury escape from the noise and busy lifestyle of my coastal city life. 234 more words


In search of knowledge

I'm wondering whether there's such a thing as typically Australian architecture. This is a collection of buildings from a variety of places. Can you let me know by number which ones don't match buildings in your experience of other places? 64 more words


Through the windscreen

I've been too long away from home – six weeks in Warsaw, and then six weeks in Liston. I'm sitting here now at my living room table, in the chaos of arrival, with the sound of the sea as background to my homecoming. 960 more words


Exploring Canberra's Truffle Festival 2015

Canberra’s annual Truffle Festival is bigger and better this winter. Over the weekend I was lucky enough to get a taste of what the Truffle Festival is all about thanks to Novotel Canberra. 803 more words


Braidwood Short Sale Realtor | Keith Kreis

PAY $0 Realtor, Bank, Lawyer Fee’s! Along with a VIDEO that explains exactly what a Short Sale is! With many families having difficulties making ends meet today, there is an alternative to foreclosure that does not involve bankruptcy. 308 more words

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The Year My Voice Broke: Braidwood, New South Wales

Braidwood is small and seemingly sleepy.  It has been the site for more than a handful of films over the years, such as Robbery Under Arms (1920), Ned Kelly (1970), the iconic The Year My Voice Broke (1987), On our Selection (1995), Finding Joy (2003), The Discontinuity (2009) and Australia’s Most Haunted (2013). 67 more words

Exeleon Says Braidwood Nuclear Plant Wasn't In Danger From Nearby Tornado

(CBS) — One of Monday night’s tornadoes narrowly missed Exelon Nuclear’s Braidwood plant, but the utility insists no one was endangered.

Exelon Nuclear spokesperson Krista Lopykinski says the storm came close enough to the reactor buildings to overturn a shipping container in Braidwood’s parking lot. 146 more words