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May 29, 2024

Season of Beautiful Girls

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Byron biz digs in for BayFM

The Byron business community gathered at Fishheads for their new menu launch and a fundraiser for Bay FM last week, with $1,360 being raised for the independent radio station.

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Elements of Byron’s intimate winemaker dinners start on 6 June

Elements of Byron are inviting local wine lovers to join them for an unforgettable journey through the world of...

MP Saffin clarifies claims around flood recovery

The office of Lismore Labor MP, Janelle Saffin, has made the claim that ‘No government, state or federal, has cut the funding promised for Resilient Homes and Resilient Land programs’ for 2022 flood recovery – see letters page 11.

New doco explores ‘God molecule’ found in toads

Are you ready to explore the secrets of the universe through the use of the most powerful psychedelic known to humankind?

Boorabee Dorper lamb: delicious, but how can it help your arthritis?

In a beautiful example of letting nothing go to waste, Dorper Lamb’s Warren and Marina Wiggins have created a...

Housing: too important to leave to private market

It saddens me every time I get to the back of The Echo and see all the real estate...

St Helena Tunnel, Ewingsdale – changed overnight traffic conditions 

Essential maintenance at the St Helena Tunnel will be carried out overnight on the Pacific Motorway at Ewingsdale from Monday, 27 May.

Summer has become synonymous with The Beautiful Girls, and the hotter months of 2011/2012 will be no different. It’s their favourite season and best time to hit the road and reconnect with the home turf.

Surf, skate, surf, by day. Music, show, party by night. Never straying far from waves, caravans, bbq’s, bikinis, sweltering heat, cold beers, long drives, festival crowds, beach cricket, and family and friends. Everything that reminds them they are at home in Australia. Living the dream.

Coolanagtta Hotel tonight.


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