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Supply chain pain? Try localisation!

A community screening of Local Futures’ new film, 'Planet Local: A Quiet Revolution', will be held today, Friday, July 1, at The Farm in Byron Bay from 6pm. Damon Gameau and Pacha Light will be joining Helena Norberg-Hodge for a discussion afterwards.

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Man charged following break and enter – Casino

A man has been charged following an investigation into an alleged break and enter at Casino.

First Nations place-names under Ballina council spotlight

Greater efforts at reconciliation with First Nations people in the Ballina Shire when it comes to place-names is to happen after furious agreement at June’s council meeting.

Very wet and very dry: unprecedented droughts and hyper-damaging floods in the future

The world will be pushed to more weather extremes in coming decades, according to two studies which carry stark warnings of floods and droughts, respectively.

Cabarita Surf Club gets $500k funding boost

Cabarita Beach Surf Life Saving Club has secured a $500,000 grant in the NSW Government’s 2021/22 Surf Club Facility Program.

 

 

 

It’s primal… Boy meets girl, girl gets pregnant, boy now man in band tours a lot, girl now woman stays home bringing up kids, woman starts playing guitar and writing songs (waiting for man to return).

Woman says ‘Hey man, listen to this’. Man gets turned on to woman sound, quits band and together they become Victoriana Gaye.

Five years down the track, Victoriana Gaye have performed nationally and internationally. They have released two CDs and are currently recording their third.

Victoriana Gaye, all the way from southwest coastal Victoria, have managed to play every weekend and more for the last three years running! They have just returned from their fourth South Australia tour and are currently traveling their fifth east coast tour. They are on a roll, so to speak!

Sometimes whimsical, sometimes romantic and sometimes rockin’, Victoriana Gaye describe their sound as a quirky combination of pop and folk with a tiny bit of grunge. The couple play a mix of acoustic and electric guitars, trumpet, ukulele, harmonica and sweet harmonies – sort of folk/rock meets mariachi punk… Or soft-core-prog!

See them at the Sheoak Shack this Saturday.

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