After several false starts residents of north Byron shire have finally got a flood meeting this Thursday, 1 June. The meeting aims to 'facilitate an open discussion, where business and residents can raise any questions they may have regarding Council's role both pre and post flood.'
Mullumbimby was awash today with a sea of umbrellas and colour as hundreds of people gathered outside Santos to protest against the Adani coal mine in the rain.
The recent flood recovery meeting held in Mullumbimby on May 11 received criticism from some locals who felt that it had been hijacked by Our Earth Online rather than dealing with the immediate needs of the community currently in crisis while others felt it successfully achieved its aims.
Lulu’s cafe in Mullumbimby is reeling after have three gas bottles stolen from their premises recently. Two 45kg bottles were stolen on the ANZAC weekend and then a 90KG bottle was stolen again this Wednesday 10 May.
Byron Shire is once again showing off its talented dancers as Danny Salfield of Bay FM takes to the floor to raise money for cancer as part of the Cancer Council NSW Stars of Byron Shire Dance for Cancer.
Ballina Greens MP Tamara Smith has questioned the emergency services minister over the process of providing flood relief and support to Byron Shire and why the Byron Shire hasn’t received adequate flood relief assistance yet.
A car lost its rear axel and was left in a seriously damaged condition on the side of Main Arm Road outside Mullumbimby yesterday, 8 May.
NSW Labor today announced a non-partisan flood package for the NSW North Coast – providing what it describes as 'a blueprint for the Berejiklian government' to help the community and businesses recover.
Byron Shire mayor Simon Richardson and general manager Ken Gainger have sent a letter to the minister for health, Brad Hazzard, requesting the Mullumbimby Hospital site be gifted to council
While the impacts from ex-cyclone Debbie are still fresh in everyones mind Byron Shire Council and Our Earth online are coordinating a public meeting to look at how the flood response was handled and what can be done to handle it more effectively in the future.
Have you ever thought ‘if only I had a drill, a toy, a lawn mower, some spare plates, an urn for an event handy? Where can I borrow one?’ Then perhaps the library of stuff is what you are looking for.
Since Cyclone Debbie hit the Mullumbimby and district neighbourhood centre has been providing around 100 hot meals a day, financial relief, help to fill out forms, counseling, clothes and furniture to those in need.
Irritated eyes, running and blocked nose, sneezing and wheezing can be caused by mould and dust leading to allergic reactions and other breathing problems. Precautions are advised when cleaning up after Cyclone Debbie.
Byron and Ballina Shires appear forgotten amongst the devastation of cyclone Debbie. Businesses and residents continue to struggle to rebuild their lives with no assistance from the State or Federal governments disaster recovery program.
Latest updates from Byron Shire Council on flood response, rubbish collection and road updates.
The north coast was declared a natural disaster zone on Friday as the massive cleanup effort across the region continues in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie. The hardest hit areas in Byron Shire were Billinudgel, New Brighton, South Golden Beach... Read More →
Birthing at home and birthing on country are the focus of the upcoming panel at the Poinciana Cafe this Saturday April 1 at 3pm.
Malcolm Price, president, Creative Mullum Inc. We philosopher kings of Creative Mullumbimby, although to be fair we are philosopher kings and queens, are committed to creating public art that tells local stories about people and place, that employs our many artists who are such an integral part of our community.
Join up and learn to coach kids soccer this Saturday in Mullumbimby for free. No experience needed.
The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club is hosting a free MiniRoos Coaching certificate training course at Pine Avenue, Mullumbimby, this Saturday, March 11.
Klancey the cockatoo is enjoying his holiday in Mullumbimby as he perches on his pet Ned Francis's shoulder.
The streets of Mullumbimby have been lined with art as Adrien Stewart delights passersby with street murals he is creating on the pavement.
Michael Burke Dave Moor and Jeff Morgan powered ahead in a tight final to win the Major Pairs at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services bowling club on Sunday in front of a good crowd. Moor and Morgan overran Scott and Mark Hogan... Read More →
A free soccer gala day for girls and women is taking place on Sunday, March 12, in Mullumbimby. Regardless of age or skill, organisers are urging you to come along and get involved in the day.
Renew Fest have launched a youth-artisan campaign and are on the lookout for six young artists to create a piece featuring the word Renew to express one of the six key themes of the 2017 festival. These themes are renewable... Read More →