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Byron Shire
March 3, 2021

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The letter sent to the residents of Ewingsdale last year by holiday park owner Ingenia seemed fairly innocuous at first glance...

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FIsherfolk have been caught in the net of parking fines designed to stop travellers parking up for the night on the Tweed Coast Road and they are seeking help to access their beaches at night without fines.

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Mullumbimby Primary School will be holding its inaugural art show this Thursday, September 13. The venue is our new school hall and doors open at 4.30pm. Official opening is 5 o’clock, with students performing song, dance and recitals. Every child in the school will be exhibiting a piece of work, including a display of African-style masks and an Andy Warhol-inspired piece. Every child in the school has contributed a self-portrait for this particular piece. A photo competition titled The Heart of Mullum will also be running, with photos, taken by students, teachers and parents, on display.

Robyn Petroni, teacher, Mullumbimby Public School


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