The Lennox Head Sharks came to Byron on the weekend eager to be the first to take a win from competition leaders the Northern Hotel Byron Bay Rams
Two restaurants sharing the same kitchen might challenge the average restaurateur, but the Fins team at Salt Kingscliff have mastered the ingenious concept with their award-winning flair. They’ve recently unveiled The Greek Kitchen, a new pop-up restaurant sharing the grill... Read More →
Dead Man Laughing is the one-man show by Premda Lowson that tells the story of his diverse life experience that involves life in the engine room of a Royal Navy frigate, to an ashram in India, to nursing on psychiatric wards, to living with Tibetan monks and now, life after two years of living with the diagnosis of inoperable cancer with just 18 months to live.
Mi-Sex are out of their forced hiatus and intend on taking no prisoners. The band’s highly energised live shows have been blowing audiences away with its space punk rock and massive songs Computer Games, Blue Day, People, But You Don’t... Read More →
The proposed beach access walkway and revegetation for the controversial interim rock wall at Belongil will not be funded by the state government, according to NSW planning minister Rob Stokes.
We’ve suspected for some time that the ferociously grinning Tom Cruise can’t be the full quid. Our worries are confirmed in devastating fashion by this exposé of what can only be described as the wicked ‘religion’ of Scientology. Adhering to... Read More →
As Byron Shire Council inks an agreement to build the much debated rock wall at Belongil, residents opposing the construction say a solicitor's letter from a group of unnamed Belongil owners is an attempt to silence them.
Ragga Jump lock the gate Pull into the Rails on Friday night and enjoy the musical stylings of Ragga Jump, Byron’s finest world funk reggae beat band. With their new protest song against the coal seam gas industry Lock the... Read More →
When love comes to town Supa North Theatre Company present their latest production Love off the Shelf at the Ballina RSL, telling the story of two hopelessly hopeful writers; he, a biography writer with dreams of literary glory and she,... Read More →
Vivienne Pearson It’s perfect that Pat Solvyn and Tamara Head fell in love over a coffee machine, as they are now co-owners of Mullumbimby’s first coffee roastery. The Branches Coffee Roastery and Espresso Bar has only been open since Monday,... Read More →
If country music is your thing, catch The Girls of Country tour at the Ballina RSL on Saturday – Amber Lawrence, Aleyce Simmonds and Christie Lamb present a two-hour show where audiences cannot only expect to hear the hits from... Read More →
Mullumbimby football playe Kiri Dale is New York bound after she played her final game for her club in Sunday's NPL Queensland Women’s event.
Veteran anti-fluoride campaigner Al Oshlack is considering mounting a High Court challenge to the practice Australia-wide, while new dosing plants in Lismore and Ballina LGAs are set to go online next month.
Federal Labor Richmond MP Justine Elliot has fallen in line with the right faction of her party to adopt the ‘option’ of keeping Tony Abbott’s refugee ‘turnback’ policy if elected.
The Byron Farmers’ Market says it has been given its marching orders to move from Butler Street Reserve in preparation for paid parking in the town. But Byron Shire Council denies that is the case.
Reduced to the core ingredient, your typical teen flick is driven by the need to have its young protagonists, after trials and tribulations, finally ‘make out’. You might argue that this sweet but melancholy film is no different – the... Read More →
Ben Purnell has been performing in the northern rivers and surrounding regions since early 2000. He’s played in CHXSM, LHB, Big Fly, Due Wave Duo and Due Wave. His music features a mixture of styles and genres with influences such... Read More →
Permaculture students from the Byron Community College recently spent two days transforming the courtyard behind a Mullum cafe, using the permablitz technique to turn a bare courtyard into an urban food landscape.
At the ripe old age of 47 with 30 years of performing under my belt you’d think that when travelling for comedy gigs this middle-aged woman would be experiencing, at the very least, low levels of comfort.
Sean O'Meara, Brunswick Heads. At last week' Byron Shire Council meeting, councillors again unanimously objected to the actions of North Coast Holiday Parks (NCHP) and their aggressive attempts to expand their boundaries and claim much of Brunswick Heads public riverside parks, foreshore areas and river access as exclusively theirs.