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New evidence: People with a strong life-purpose live longer – and of course surfing gets a mention

New evidence: People with a strong life-purpose live longer – and of course surfing gets a mention

News article from The New Daily: Yet another study has found that people with a strong purpose in life have less heart disease and are much less likely to die early. Over the last decade, research into “life’s purpose” as a modifiable ...


Sand Mining – a promo newsreel - sheesh

Sand Mining – a promo newsreel - sheesh

Australia’s beaches got heavily mined for minerals throughout the 1960s and ’70s across the length of our long East Coast. ...

Coming Sat. 10th  - Old Mal Day at Bennett Surf – the evolution of Aussie Surf Craft

Coming Sat. 10th - Old Mal Day at Bennett Surf – the evolution of Aussie Surf Craft

Bennett Surf are once again hosting their Old Mal Day event, this year being in tribute to Barry Bennett who ...

The DSA Christmas Membership Drive ends on 3rd December 2022 – PRIZE DRAW

The DSA Christmas Membership Drive ends on 3rd December 2022 – PRIZE DRAW

Anyone joining the DSA as a participant, carer, volunteer or general supporter goes into the prize draw to win one ...

The Haleiwa section from

The Haleiwa section from "High On a Cool Wave"

From Bob Evan's fifth film. It documents Nat Young, Bob McTavish & George Greenough testing their new board designs. It also features emerging stars Peter ...

Why does going to the beach make you so tired?

Why does going to the beach make you so tired?

Not talking about a three-hour paddle here, this is about just hanging out – as addressed by Mel Magazine: These days, ...

“The Gargantuan Rogue Wave” of the open ocean

“The Gargantuan Rogue Wave” of the open ocean

From National Geographic: The swells come seemingly out of nowhere - amazingly steep and potentially deadly. Sometimes the gargantuan waves ...

Surf Club is back! – Dates & News

Surf Club is back! – Dates & News

From Wild Things, Byron Bay: We're back! SURF CLUB has been on hiatus for a couple of years now, due ...

Victorian Vintage Board Auction – 60 to 80 beauties

Victorian Vintage Board Auction – 60 to 80 beauties

Trigger brothers vintage board auction at the Point Leo shop. Between 60 and 80 boards of all vintages,including two Col ...

To uncover the secrets of longevity, Chris Hemsworth put his body on the line

To uncover the secrets of longevity, Chris Hemsworth put his body on the line

From Nat Geo: In his new Nat Geo series, 'Limitless,' the actor dangles from a rope high above a canyon ...

Vee Bottom Session Ale

Vee Bottom Session Ale

From Sydney’s Surfcraft Brewing on the Northern Beaches: For the Vee Bottom it’s all about shape, movement and seamless rail-rail ...

So you think you can trim? Check this bootleg out.

So you think you can trim? Check this bootleg out.

Is this a dream? Empty Malibu with bugger-all cars and even less surfers, San Onofre shot from the water way before ...

Latest news from The Noosa Festival of Surfing & entries

Latest news from The Noosa Festival of Surfing & entries

Here’s the November update from The Fest: It's been 3 weeks since we last emailed you and so far the support ...

"Surfer Girls, Sirens & Mermaids" -Show 23 of Crescent Swells – track list, tune in for a listen, anytime, anywhere

Dedicated to Isabel Lethem on the first ‘Surfer Girls, Sirens & Mermaids’ mix. “I really love the cover of Dreams by Artikal ...

Millions of synchronised lobsters on the march, this week in West Australia

Millions of synchronised lobsters on the march, this week in West Australia

And they all turn to exactly 283 degrees north-west! Here’s one for “this fascinating ocean file” – news from ABC ...

Half a million US dollars for the WSL Big Wave Season – and entries are now open

Half a million US dollars for the WSL Big Wave Season – and entries are now open

Latest from the WSL: This year, the Big Wave season is leveling up the stakes beyond just the Jaws and Nazaré ...

Want a good news story? Great Barrier Reef’s first coral nursery spawns for the first time

Want a good news story? Great Barrier Reef’s first coral nursery spawns for the first time

Thousands of tiny pink bundles of eggs and sperm have erupted from branching acropora corals planted in Welcome Bay to ...

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