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 →
Celebrating his 80th birthday Jimmy Nutter gets naked and aims to dance the night away.
Kelvin Davies, Mullumbimby. I would like to thank the friends and people unknown to me who came to my assistance when I was attacked by a dog near the corner of Dalley Street and Burringbar Street in Mullumbimby on Monday, 19 December.
Magenta Appel-Pye, Mullumbimby. I was so disappointed when the Popular cafe closed down, not only for the loss of wholesome, cheap food, but also because of the destruction of the iconic mural of Mullumbimby and surrounds, including a man on... Read More →
Laurin Patience, Mullumbimby. I live in Burringbar Street, Mullumbimby, and at least over the past six months there has been an increasing amount of vehicles speeding through town, usually between 9pm and 2am.
Cr Basil Cameron, Goonengerry. Len Bates is correct about the proposed 10-unit-development in Stuart Street, Mullumbimby, being a precedent that will weaken the heritage provisions of the Byron LEP and DCP.
A member of Council’s Heritage Advisory Committee has told The Echo he believes that there are grounds for refusal of the Mullum affordable housing project on Stuart Street.
Joey Cormack won the open division from a field of 78 competitors in the Rukkus skateboard competition in Mullumbimby on the weekend. The strong field included eight girls and a total of 22 competitors in the under-12s, and was one... Read More →
The Netball Indonesia Project aims to empower young Indonesian women by introducing them to netball and has been developed by Mullumbimby local Meshia Grant and good friend Rebecca Lambert. Bringing a new sport to Indonesia will promote women’s participation in... Read More →
Tony Campbell, Mullumbimby. Gee, Cr Paul Spooner, the strength of your support for this sub-division (Echonetdaily letter 12.7.16) re the DA at 116 Stuart Street, Mullumbimby, and your detailed points of argument for the validity of this development are, to me, just as intriguing as the fascination you feel at the fact that others find this proposal objectionable.
Cr Paul Spooner, Byron Bay. I supported the proposed 10-unit development for Stuart Street, Mullumbimby, and believe it should go ahead.
Byron shire councillors opposed to a controversial 10-unit development on the site of an old fibro cottage in Stuart Street, Mullumbimby, have lodged a rescission motion in a bid to overturn last month’s narrow approval.
Chris Cooney, Mullumbimby, Ex Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh released an album in 1981 titled 'There goes the neighbourhood' and that was the first thought that came to me after five Byron shire councillors chose to support the planning department's recommendation to approve the DA for a 10 unit development at 116 Stuart Street Mullumbimby.
Phil Ashton, Mullumbimby. 'There goes the neighbourhood' the pig from the Rails cartoon exclaimed in the recent issue of the Byron Shire Echo (May 11 ) after the Monopoly guy says he will 'buy everything and develop it'.
Change can be hard, especially when it comes to something well loved. But change brings opportunity and renewal. Monique Emilio, new owner of Poinciana, is conscious of how changes to this iconic cafe are perceived, especially in relation to the tree from which it takes its name.
Mandy Nolan. Hi! These days everyone is talking about 'connection', but very often is seems more like a slogan than an actual end goal.
By: Vivienne Pearson You have no doubt walked past before braving one of Mullumbimy’s famous pedestrian crossings. You may have appreciated the protection from the sun and rain that the bull-nosed verandah provides. But have you gone inside to check... Read More →
Malcolm Price, Main Arm. A funny thing happened as I ventured downtown in Mullumbimby on Saturday night, the main street was closed for a community medieval banquet.