On- and offstage partnership, the delightful Miss Amber and the dapper Stukulele, launch their new album on Friday at Mullumbimby’s Poinciana Cafe.
There was a changing of the guard in Byron Bay’s thrilling 22–20 win against Ballina in the opening round of Far North Coast Rugby on Saturday.
If you can sit still long enough with the susurrant afrobeat sounds gently filling Café Oska you may be able to study the menu
On Saturday north-coast artists performed at Barkala Farm in the Pilliga, where a 'Party at Maria's Place' concert was held to support to local residents united to protest expansion of CSG and coal mining in north-west NSW.
The possible contamination of waterways from gas mining at the proposed Bentley site, just west of Lismore, has sparked a motion by Byron Shire Greens Cr Duncan Dey at this Thursday’s council meeting.
Concerned north coast mothers and their children rallied outside Nationals state MP for Ballina Don Page’s office on Friday morning with cushions, toys and colourful signs to protest gas mining at Bentley.
The tedious and complicated bureaucracy that nearly sank Brunswick Buccaneer boat hire may soon be over. Well, for a year at least.
This week's culture roundup has something for your belly, your body and a bang
Newy Crew Boardriders had their monthly competition on Sunday at New Brighton Beach. There was a fantastic turnout again for this renewed local surf event.
J Boog is a man of many influences. The singer of Samoan descent was born in Long Beach and raised in Compton, California. J Boog is just one of many awesome gigs this weekend.
The movie had only been running for about fifteen minutes when it struck me, with head-banging certainty – ‘this is a crock’. It then went from bad to worse
This Sunday sees Australian jazz luminaries gather in Lismore for a very special concert and workshop. Playing the music of Ken Stubbs, fellow musicians Paul Grabowsky, Simon Barker and Brett Hirst step forward to share their talents.
Victory was sweet for the Bangalow Third Eleven in the season finale at Williams Reserve, Lennox Head on Saturday.
Byron Fresh Café must have one of the best locations for a restaurant in Byron. On one side its tables stretch down a lane, behind the Beach Hotel, that is crowded with smaller restaurants; the other side looks onto possibly the busiest part of Jonson Street.
There is something indefinable about Troy Casser Daley. At the top of the country music scene in Australia, he has a reputation among his peers and is the most loved and respected singer/songwriter in country music.
A world wide spotlight is on Western Australia as the shark cull continues to leave the ocean floor strewn with the carcasses of dead and dying fish.
A speaker at a two-day free sexual health conference for north coast young people and their parents to be held during Youth Week believes parents still put teen sexuality in the too-hard basket.
A petition of more than 2,000 signatures against the rezoning of land at West Byron has been presented to NSW local member Don Page by The Byron Residents’ Group, who discussed their concerns about the proposed development.
The Perch Creek Family Jugband announce the arrival of their second studio album, Jumping On The Highwire, through Vitamin Records, introducing the world to a sound the group call ‘Psychedelic Jug Band’.
Culture – Calm logic and compassion triumph over angry, irrational prejudice in Ballina Players’ production of Twelve Angry Men