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July 23, 2024

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Tweed council catching up on DA backlog

Tweed Shire Council staff say they’re catching up on and reducing the number of outstanding development applications [DAs] lodged locally.

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King tide flooding in Ballina

King tides in Ballina are expected to cause minor flooding of some local roads this week.

Dirty laundry

Beacon Laundry’s half-page ad (Echo, July 3) trumpets the promise of ‘clean karma’. This is the same business, a multimillion-dollar...

It’s Play School!

This year, your favourite Play School TV friends are stepping out of the screen and onto the stage for ‘Let’s Play Together’. Embarking on a thrilling national concert tour started this March in Victoria, they’ll be bringing a whirlwind of fun right across the nation.

Dinner at Three Blue Ducks

A new dinner menu has arrived at Three Blue Ducks Byron Bay, taking advantage of seasonal winter produce and...

Tikkun Olam

David Heilpern's brilliant article 'Zionism, antisemitism and Israel' stands in complete contrast to former Israeli defence minister Moshe Dayan's...

Middle East veterans

Thanks for your excellent article, Paul Bibby. Exactly the publicity and coverage we wanted. Many Middle Eastern veterans struggle to...

Fyah Walk, Beach Hotel, Sunday

Heavy bass lines are balanced throughout by beautiful three-part harmonies and eclectic jazz infusions that is Fyah Walk. Songwriter and lead singer Simon Jerrems bypasses over-produced roots sounds and delivers the real deal, with powerful messages of humanity that reflect his spiritual nature and alignment with the values of the Rastafari movement. His groundbreaking collection of songs offers a wide range of rhythmic variations, from the hard-edged scatting rap and dancehall style of Long Road to the deep roots reggae grooves and lyrics of Hold On, the driving ‘steppers’ rhythms of love song Tell You What and the epic, anthem-like track Are You. Sunday at the Beach Hotel from 4.30pm.

 


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King tide flooding in Ballina

King tides in Ballina are expected to cause minor flooding of some local roads this week.

Teenage girl missing from Coffs Harbour

Police are asking the public for help finding a teenage girl reported missing from the Coffs Harbour area over the weekend.

Ballina motel siege: captives freed after 6 hrs

A man is to face court today after allegedly holding a woman and a small child against their will in a Ballina unit on Friday.

Editorial – Water politics is undrinkable 

Until now, the most significant difference between Mayor Michael Lyon (independent, former Green) and Greens challenger Cr Sarah Ndiaye has been on the Wallum fiasco.