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May 7, 2021

Fruitopia a glittering success

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Government fails to support dying with dignity in Northern Rivers

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Byron Council to introduce car-free Sundays in the centre of town

Byron Council has taken a further step toward getting cars out of, and pedestrians into, the centre of Byron, by voting to introduce car-free Sundays.

It’s rare to see drag queens in daylight, let alone shimmering so fabulously. But that wasn’t the only attraction of the second annual Fruitopia Fair Day, which included a cake decorating competition, music, all sorts of stalls and of course a dog show. Lismore’s very own Maude Boate led the proceedings with her usual pizzazz. Photos Gip Cobalto & Wayne Penn

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