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May 31, 2024

Funk Comes to Mullum Town

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Why jobseekers were abandoned

Many were left puzzled by the recent federal budget by Labor Treasurer, Jim Chalmers, with its projected surplus of $9.3 billion. 

Other News

Contaminated fuel claims

A man who says a petrol station in the southern Tweed Heads area sold him contaminated fuel is seeking any other motorists who may have experienced the same. 

Who is responsible?

Teenage (stabbing) crime. Here I go again! Why are these kids allowed out of the house before their parents...

Council staff to look at limiting bulk and scale in Wategos  

A motion by Cr Sarah Ndiaye (Greens) to amend the LEP to reduce the building height limits in the Wategos residential area from 9m to 8m was unsuccessful at last Thursday’s Council meeting. 

Byron Shire roads update

The Rifle Range Road intersection upgrade has begun in Bangalow, says Council staff, after a false start last month.

Why jobseekers were abandoned

Many were left puzzled by the recent federal budget by Labor Treasurer, Jim Chalmers, with its projected surplus of $9.3 billion. 

Editorial – Mining is back, baby! 

Nearly ten years ago in 2015, junior coal seam gas miner Metgasco was paid out handsomely – $25m of your tax money – after its approval to frack Bentley was fiercely fought off by thousands of well-organised protesters. But now they are back...

‘Kellie Knight and the Daze’ together form  a powerful, highly polished new North Coast-based music collective combining authentic old school grooves with contemporary dance music, playing an eclectic and carefully chosen blend of dynamic dance tunes. “The Daze” comprises some of the leading instrumentalists in our local region…. it’s a unique sound and a great band that makes you wanna move.

Putting time in on the wheels of steel are locals Dj Monkeybolt and Dj duo Bitchin Hot Fat. All local with a wealth of experience and an underground buzz to their name they will be spinning for your pleasure Twisted Funk, Bent Techno and Carnival House guaranteed to keep the dancefloor moving and entertained.

The Loungeroom  has a reputation for delivering top quality acts and this inaugural funk / electronic night will be no different delivering music for your head and feet adding another heavyweight to its already impressive roster.

Tickets will be available at Mullum Book Shop, Ex Services Club or at the Door for booking and info ph 0419 237 932

 


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