Story and photos by Lesley Hannaford and Cristina Sharratt You would have noticed the changing face of Cocomangas in recent weeks as it evolved into The Sticky Wicket Bar. I’m sure many of you would have darkened the door of... Read More →
This year Bluesfest welcomes Boomerang to the fold – a festival within a festival, bringing the music and culture of indigenous Australia to the forefront, and headed up by none other than the quietly powerful Archie Roach.
Bluesfest managers and fans descended on Byron Shire Council chambers at Mullumbimby this morning where councillors were to consider approving an extension their use of the Tyagarah festival site for amplified music from five to 20 days per year.
Brunswick Mullum’s Lachlan Stubbings spanked a six off Jack Scarlett’s bowling, but spooned this next ball up to be dismissed in his mid-twenties.
Following its 20th anniversary in 2015, the iconic Byron Bay Triathlon is bringing a new look, new website, new locations, and revitalised event in 2016 to honour another great 20 years of racing and community coming together.
The ever-popular Battle on the Border cycling tour will return for its eighth instalment this June with an expected 700 riders competing
Diana Jo Faith, Newtown. It is totally alarming to learn that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) concerning upgrading track works for the toy train at Belongil has been avoided by both Byron Shire Council and Transport NSW.
A ‘thank you community’ screening of the short film Got Your Marbles will be held on Saturday (27 February) at the Brunswick Heads Memorial Hall from 5pm-7pm.
Exclusive: The NSW police 'cannabis eradication program', which took over Mullumbimby's Showgrounds to use as a base last Thursday and Friday, did so without seeking the permission of the showgrounds trust.
Families and sport lovers in north Byron Shire will soon see a start to construction of the long-awaited sports field on Shara Boulevard, according to Byron Shire Council.
Last Saturday, while hosting the Masters Surf Lifesaving competition, Brunswick Surf Life Saving Club was called by police to help search for a young woman missing overnight.
Bangalow's Waterfront bandstand building will be officially opened by Ballina MP Tamara Smith and Byron Shire mayor Simon Richardson at a family fun day from 11.30am on Sunday February 21.
With interstate guests visiting for my birthday last week, I was after good quality north coast venues to impress my big-city friends. Their favourites were a long lunch at the excellent Fleet in Brunswick Heads, and also a lovely Friday... Read More →
Last weekend, three members of Rainbow Region Dragon Boat Club, as members of the Northern Pride, won gold, gold, gold at the NSW Dragon Boat State Titles, Penrith.
Families and sport lovers in north Byron shire will soon see a start to construction of the long-awaited sports field on Shara Boulevard.
Sunday dawned on over 200 women – daughters, sisters, aunties, friends, nieces, mothers, lovers and others, along with small contingent of men, for the fourth annual beach dance flash mob to celebrate V-Day.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey first came together in Baby Mama (2008)
At 72, Robert De Niro can be seen as a man unwilling to meekly allow his date of birth to determine his pursuits. A lot of people have a sense of identity that is inextricably linked with their life’s work... Read More →
The Byron Magpies Junior AFL Club will field its first all-girls teams this year.
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) is calling on the nation’s sports fans to vote for their favourite athlete and team as part of its annual awards ceremony, the AIS Sport Performance Awards. A public vote will determine the ABC... Read More →