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Primex Sustainable Farming and Primary Industries Expo new date confirmed

After being postponed due to the flooding and ongoing wet weather the 2022 Primex Sustainable Farming and Primary Industries Expo and will now go ahead on November 10–12.

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Who gets a voice?

After my tirade (Echo 4 May), against proposed changes to the Code of Meeting Practice at Byron Shire Council,...

Vale big Jez, Mullum troubadour

The Mullumbimby community lost one of the founding fathers of its counter culture last Thursday, when Graham Chambers, better known as Jerry De Munga, passed away at his home with the love and care of wife Chrissy, family and close friends.

Grants to support arts and culture flood recovery

Nearly 50 arts and cultural organisations, screen practitioners, individual artists and collaborative groups impacted by recent floods will have access to $500,000 in funding.

Never again

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NSW Upper House wants to hear about the floods

The NSW Upper House is inviting members of the community to speak at about their experiences in the February and March floods.

Large bioenergy facility gets nod

Byron Council’s plan to build a facility that converts waste into electricity at the Byron Bay Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) has been given the green light by the Northern Regional Planning Panel

Karl Williams: Sheoak Shack, Saturday

He was born into a non-musical family and named after a criminal from the future. But who can be bothered to unravel the twisted line that led Karl S Williams to the blues and perverted him into a guitar-slinging, banjo-wielding freak with a penchant for hellfire, heavenly salvation, and writing about himself in the third person?

If you believe his stories (which are all lies) he may have straddled Led Zeppelin, kissed Nina Simone, blown a few Beats and levered open the lid of the skull with a psychedelic can opener.

However it went, he is grateful for it all. Lord have mercy!

To see Karl be at the Sheoak Shack on Saturday


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