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May 18, 2022

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Tripling water harvesting may leave local communities dry

The NSW government was looking to do catchment by catchment analysis to determine the risk to local water supply and rivers from the new rules on water harvesting rights.

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Entertainment in the Byron Shire for the week beginning 18 May, 2022

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Implement reforms

In a recent heart-breaking article in The Saturday Paper discussed a 10-year-old Indigenous child’s incarceration in the notorious Don...

Opinion: It’s time to kick Morrison out

'Grifters come in all shapes and sizes, from all kinds of background. This one is used to skipping just a step ahead of impending disaster and exposure. Many times in marketing and politics, which he sees as identical pursuits, his nimble lies have saved his career.' 

Lismore Council votes on the Future Water Project 2060 – again

Looking at Lismore's the never-ending issue of water – not enough or too much – there was yet another vote about its future on Tuesday evening.

Sculpture distilled at Husk

The inaugural outdoor exhibition, Sculpture Distilled, opens this week at Husk Farm Distillery and promises the opportunity to get...

Vale Dr Karel Hromek

Karel found his soul place at Boogarem, the farm with the waterfall, in the hills of Mullumbimby.

In the age of the download, you might think an event dedicated to the purchase of vinyl was a bit old school but there must be still a passion for the old 12-inchers as Byron Record Fair returns this weekend.

Matt Bowden, aka The Vinyl Junkie, recently returned from buying vinyl in the USA.

‘There will be DJs spinning, food available, and even a massage therapist to ease the pain of an extended vinyl digging session,’ he says. It will be held at Ewingsdale Hall, from 10am to 6pm, commencing tomorrow (Good Friday) and finishing on Easter Monday. Entry is free.

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