Popular television personalities Maddie and Possum of Prime7’s Possum’s Club, will host the Byron Bay Writers Festival Kids Big Day Out on Sunday August 3. The exceptional lineup this year, designed to capture the imagination of children aged between six... Read More →
There is plenty of fish about and the beautiful weather means fisher folk are having a ball.
With a theme of theme of ‘How we will disperse our visitors; across the week, across the year and across our shire’, the first Destination Byron Tourism Symposium was held at Byron at Byron.
Classically trained soprano Lou Van Stone takes her audience on an inclusive musical journey with blissful, transformational meditative soundscapes and euphoric trance floor anthems.
Kavisha Mazzella is an ARIA award wining singer songwriter with a very unique twist. A meditator, chanter, sufi poem lover and singer of love songs in Italian, she presents two very different styles of performance.
A brief lifting of the political iron curtain has revealed what NSW deputy premier Andrew Stoner really thinks of those who oppose gas drilling at Bentley.
People facing homelessness across the state could be left with services lacking the necessary experience and connections to the community, warns Jan Barham, Greens MP and spokesperson on housing.
Last week the world-renowned American environmentalist, Bill McKibben, declared that our prime minister now apparently saw his principal role in international affairs as the global ambassador of coal, writes Mungo MacCallum.
All Joey Cormack can think about is skating – leaving school days behind, he is continuing his education by distance and spends time at the skate park, and it’s paying off.
Dannie Carr and Emilie Owen are the wives of rockstars (Ash Grunwald and The Living End’s Scott Owen respectively). But these women are setting out to prove that these men are in fact the husbands of rockstars with the release of their new EP Redemption.
Musician Gyan has launched a crowdfunding project… and the clock is ticking!
Josh Pyke is one of the country’s most successful musicians, a unique singer/songwriter with a poet’s penchant for a turn of phrase.
If you loved The Trip (2010), in which director Michael Winterbottom followed Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan, playing themselves, on a restaurant-hopping tour of England, you can rest easy knowing that this re-run of the format has arrived as a welcome relief.
Byron Bay rugby’s season-defining road trip to Grafton was a major disappointment. The scoreline read 30–0 but in truth the Bay simply failed to turn up.
He’s dark. He’s twisted. He is piss-funny. Peter Berner lets rip with his signature sardonic snarl, as he gives the finger to the world at Comedy Capers at Cabarita Beach Sports and Bowls Club this Saturday.
The Park Hotel Rams emphasised their dominance of this year’s FFNC Championships with a comfortable win over Lismore last Saturday.
Glen Mason is from New Zealand. He travelled for seven or eight years working in Canada and London, then came to Byron for Bluesfest and has never left.
A true OzRock icon and distinguished member of the ARIA Hall of Fame, Russell Morris is one of Australia’s most enduring performers, and just one of the great acts playing over the weekend in the northern rivers.
There is something increasingly disturbing, creepy even, about Tom Cruise. As his blockbuster career bludgeons its way ever deeper into the nether regions of febrile male fantasy, you can’t help but think that the brain of the bubble-boy hero has gone with it.
Refugee Week is Australia’s peak annual activity to inform the public about refugees and celebrate positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society.