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Value of the intangible and Suffolk Parks future

It’s hard to know what value to place on the environment – until it changes irrevocably.  A place is defined...

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Decades of volunteering earn prestigious NSW Sports Award

Brenda Zakaras and John Beasley from Lennox Head were two of 19 sports volunteers from a wide cross-section of...

Lake Ainsworth

The heavy rain on 28–30 March 2022 resulted in flooding of Lake Ainsworth at Lennox Head to about 2m...

Celebrating 40 years of Fig Tree Restaurant

It all started with a simple dream, to convert its original farmhouse in Ewingsdale into a restaurant in which...

NSW Farmers: post-flood job losses are devastating

People need jobs if an area is to survive and many businesses have been crippled when successive major floods devastated the region earlier this year.

Will Byron become the Malibu of the antipodes?

Here’s another reason for millennials to be marching on the street. We found out last week that on census day 2021, 15 per cent of the dwellings in the Byron Shire were unoccupied (2,348 places to be precise). That figure was 30 per cent in Byron Bay itself, three times the national average. 

Value of the intangible and Suffolk Parks future

It’s hard to know what value to place on the environment – until it changes irrevocably.  A place is defined...

Cozmic, Great Northern, tonight

Frontman Andy Jans-Brown has toured extensively both in Australia and abroad. He has opened the show for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, fronting his then Sydney band Iris. He’s enjoyed Triple J play, a chat on air with Rosie Beaton and his filmclip, You Got Me Thinking, was broadcast on Rage in 2002. In Paris he performed at the FNAC store’s Australia music week promotion on the same bill as Tina Arena. Andy has also licensed his composition, Despite Everything, to the Showtime Foxtel glam TV series Satisfaction.

Andy appears with his pop funk band Cozmic at the Hotel Great Northern on Friday.


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