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THE FIRST CHAPTER

Issue 8 Feature Story

Kyogle will be buzzing with creativity during this year’s very first Kyogle Writers Festival. 

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GROWING A LEGACY

Issue 6 Feature Story

Daley’s Nursery sits unassumingly on the edge of Kyogle, and yet is considered the ‘birthplace’ for many of Australia’s fruit trees and edible plants.

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MEET OUR MATRI-ARTS

Issue 6 Feature Story

They are the matriarchs of the local art community. With the collective knowledge to fill many art books, Bev Leggett Simmons, Wendy McGain, Anthea Moffatt, and Pam Cowgill talk to Kyogle Culture about their art and the gifts of experience.

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DALEY JOYS

Issue 5 Feature

Paul Daley is best known for his stunning nature photography, showcasing our local rainforests as well as some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes.
Kyogle Culture chats with Paul about his work, his favourite places, and his passion for regenerative eco-tourism.

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WOOD BY MOSSY

Issue 8 Feature Story

Wood by Mossy is a small wood-turning business situated in Cawongla (around 15 minutes from Kyogle) that focuses on sustainability and testing the boundaries of what can be created from locally-sourced, reclaimed timber.

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SOFT AGRICULTURE

Issue 6 Feature Story

KCM talks with Stuart Larsson, owner of Mallanganee agribusiness SOFT Agriculture, about farming in the age of climate change, growing hemp and why he’s gone SOFT. 

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MEET THE MAKERS

Issue 5 Feature Story

Meet some of the local makers and creators that call the Kyogle region home.

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THE BUSINESS HIVE

Issue 8 Feature Story

The Business Hive, in Kyogle’s main street, is a place where business owners and creative entrepreneurs can cowork, create and connect.

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KYOGLE's 110th SHOW

Issue 6 Feature Story

Over the last 110 years, the Kyogle show has evolved into a major highlight.

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STEPPING UP

Issue 5 Feature Story

The Roxy Gallery has a new home: upstairs in the Kyogle Memorial Institute. Kyogle Culture looks at the Gallery’s rich history, and how this new chapter will help further foster local arts and our community.