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Tweed Council to start nappy rebate scheme but defer Cudgen Creek Masterplan

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Bangers on the Green

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New initiative to enliven Lismore’s CBD

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Red hot stoner experience

I was lucky enough to visit Stone & Wood recently to see the initial brew being made of the 2022 Stone Beer, the star attraction at the upcoming Festival of the Stone at Stone & Wood’s Byron brewery site on Saturday 4 June.



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Saturday 6.4.13 PATROL NO 10: 10am–4pm

Cody Buck, Graeme Condie, Mike McCabe, Greg McCabe, Trudy McCabe, Tony McCabe, Tod/Joel Martin, Dean Rutgerson, Greg Graham, Tod Buckland, Dan McCabe, Peter Tiernan, Roger Buck

Sunday 7.4.2013 PATROL NO 18: 9am–4pm

Kelli Stevens, Michael Stevens, Alex Byrne, Kieren Colville, Joshua Charles, Jed Morrison, Jasper Hancock, James Berkaya, Brad Morrison, Dean Phelps, Gus Wilson, Blair Dickie, Brad Smith




Brunswick Heads Men 

Week Ending 31.3.2013 Wednesday Social Bowls: Cock of the Walk: M Jeffreys d V Rydman. Wednesday 27.3.13 Results 1st P Brassington, S Howatson, D Croft 2nd D Turnbull, B Jordan Lucky Losers R Andrews, P Keogh. Mufti Easter Raffle Results: 1st M Barnes, 2nd Heidi, 3rd Gary J, 4th P Stevens. The John Foster Pairs held on Sat 30.3.13 was a great success. Winners R Montgomery, K Hosie, 2nd D Blake & S Blake, 3rd D Turnbull & B Rose, 4th J Winter & K Peacey. Coolangatta All Sports Visit 10.4.13. All welcome.

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday March 26: No 4 Pennant game between Brunswick Heads and Cabarita saw Brunswick with a good win over Cabarita 43 shots to 27. Social Bowls: Kerry Dexter & Nan Stearman 17 def Denise Batson & Bev Smith 11. Liz Beale & Beverley Rose 20 def Kay Soccio & Lyn Proudlock 13. Winners: K Dexter & N Stearman. Lucky Losers: K Soccio & L Proudlock. Raffles: Pennant: Kate Botter [Cabarita], Social. K Soccio. Thursday 28: No 4. Pennant team played Ocean Shores. Judy Wright’s side got up, but by not enough to take the other side with them, so Ocean Shores were the victors.

*** A reminder that afternoon tea will be held 3.30pm following bowls on Tuesday April 9 as a belated Easter celebration and end of pennant for the year. This is the first day back to our normal bowling time of 1pm. All bowling members welcome.

Kingscliff Men

Club Championship News: Open Pairs: In Semifinal 1, Keith Dawson and Ian Taylor jumped to an early lead over Bob Watson and Steve Quinn and maintained the lead for a comfortable win. In Semifinal 2, Ross Julius and Brian Turner had a come from behind win over Peter Murphy and Mike Richards. Therefore the final will see Keith Dawson and Ian Taylor play Ross Julius and Brian Turner. Date to be advised.

Pennants News: Round One commences this Saturday 6 April and teams have been selected in all six divisions which Kingscliff will be contesting. Please check the board each week for teams. The selectors are very appreciative of the number of players who put their names forward to play. Division One plays Cabarita at Cabarita. Division Two plays Byron Bay at Byron Bay. Division Four plays Cabarita at Kingscliff. Division Five plays Pottsville at Pottsville. Division Six plays Cudgen at Cudgen. Division Seven plays Ocean Shores at Kingscliff. Good luck to all teams.

Social Bowls Results: The Kingscliff Meat Gallery Tuesday Morning Open Pairs: 19 March Winners: K Banks, T Hills. Runners-up: D Jones, S Akers. Plate Winners: J Mizzi, J Brinsmead. Thursday 21 March: Winners: R Worn, H Highfield, B Raeburn, J Reardon; D Fines, T Green, B Dickson; W Wood, T Dimmock, J Findlay. Plate Winners: B Harris, J Felton, D Roughley. Saturday 23 March: Winners: J Davies, A Bousie, B Clark; R Skydlarski, B Gentle, D Smith; J Brinsmead, K Dawson, J Felton, B Beattie. Plate Winners: G Hallett, R Ellis, R Payne. The Kingscliff Meat Gallery Tuesday Morning Open Pairs: 26 March Prize Winners: S Spencer, M Howarde; C & I Smith; J Brinsmead, J Hansen. Thursday 28 March: Winners: W Davies, R McDonald, J Cromie; M Scott, P Jones, D Whittington; B Fitzgerald, R Dark. Plate Winners: B Gentle, G Barrack. Saturday 30 March: Winners: J Davies, A Bousie, B Clark; S Jamieson, D Whittington, P Murphy. Plate Winners: R Zolinski, B Morrow, R Graham. 

*** Open Fours and Open Triples: Nominations for the Open Fours close April 7 and games commence on April 14 . In the Open Triples, nominations close on April 14.

Kingscliff Women

*** Afternoon play commences on Wednesday, April 10, starting at 12.30pm. Afternoon tea at 2.30pm. Green Fees $8.

District Pennant Presentations will be held at Kingscliff on April 29, game commencing at 1pm. Presentations following afternoon tea. All Pennant players are expected to be present and the game is open to all members.

Monthly Meeting on April 17 commencing at 10am.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

22/3/13 Friday Twilight Corporate Bowls

Lots of talent no longer hidden after the players have had a couple of games gaining experience.

Club Crew is just holding the lead on 25pts/24 ends followed by Ex-Middle 22/28 The Dark Side 22/25 CSR 22/21 Hobby Farmers also 21/21 Teachers Aide 22/20 Can’t Nail Us Down 21/18 Ken Ryan Plastering 18/21 Thommo’s Trailer Trash 17/19 Rose Between The Thorns 16/22 Jems 16/19 Toads @ Leisure 16/18 Office Choice 15/22 GPR 14/13 Tractors North 10/14 Totally Wasted 9/16 Dunno 7/18 French Connection 7/13

Thanks to all participants for being able to return after Easter following the rain delayed start.

23/3/13 Pennants Trial

Burringbar took the honours on their own green in the return trial. Pennants commence for both grades 6/4/13

27/3/13 Wednesday Club Select Social

Rain again threatened the day but players for two rinks turned up and actually finished an entire game this week.

M Burke J Canabou R Gower 24 d T Riches A Lumsden L Henry 15

M Nicholls B Rose H McKenna (c/w Ray Towers Carpets Rugs and Vinyl rink) 18 d

Good Bob Neate D Blake P McDonald 15

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

26.3.13 Grade 3 Pennants – Mullumbimby 5 def Cudgen Lgs O. No social bowls.

Easter Raffle: M Mummery (Cudgen Lgs).

*** Friday April 12 – Luncheon at Chinese restaurant – all members welcome.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday Triples Men’s Bowls. 25 March – Winners E Boyter, P Davidson, M Hain R/Up K Hosie, B Montgomery, R Roberts

Twilight Bowls 26 March – Winners Pramuk Kingraen, K Northwood, G Llewellyn R/Up M Franks, Pru, T Baggio

Most Touches J Williams

Tony Carsburg Club Championships

Singles – D Crow def R Tonkin, D Matherson def P Earl

Triples – B Fahy, L Johnson, M Hain def B Ella, G Parker, S Brecard

Ocean Shores Women

Wed 27 MARCH: (Mixed) Thanks to Marj Flesser who supplied the Easter raffles and made this day such a fun one. Winners on ends were M Franks (swinger), T Warr, J Williams who def M Franks, D Grant, M Bertoli. Nearly there were J Seamer, M. Flesser who def E Miller, B Sprengel. Tied on ends were D De Zwaan, G Johnston against G Fox, W Sprengel. JM Quirke def B Stone (1st round Minor Singles). Congratulations to Grade 4 Pennant who scored 4 points against B/Heads last Thursday. 

*** Check Noticeboard re Friendship Day Friday April 12.


Ocean Shores Men

Monday Stableford 18/3 Winner Ran MacDonald 40 R/Up Ray Conway 39 3rd Peter Thorley 37

Wednesday 20/3 Stableford Div1 Winner Warren Prince 39 R/Up Gary Richards 37c/b 3rd Ian Wingad 37c/b Div2 Winner Rod Winter 42 R/Up Alex Moir 3rd John Cullen 39 NTP’s 3rd Ian Smith Hole In One 6th Daniel Clarke 8th Ian Wingad 12th Ian Miller  15th Ian Bennett 17th Scott O’Donnell Pro Pin Daniel Clarke

Saturday 23/3 Monthly Medal White Tee Winner Jason Phillips 68 R/Up Graham Painter 69c/b 3rd Brad Acton 69c/b NTP’s 3rdJohn Bartlett 6th John Starcic 17th Richard Skillen Pro Pin John Starcic  Blue Tee Winner  Nathan Moon 65 R/Up Matthew Foxon 69c/b 3rd Jon Hollingworth 69c/b NTP’s 8th Ty Dickson 12th Scott Wilson

Monday 25/3 Stableford Winner Bruce Cumming 37c/b R/Up Ian Miller 37c/b 3rd Neil Hulyer 37c/b

Wednesday 27/3 Stableford Div1 Winner Gary Bullard 43 R/Up Jason Haywood 42 3rd Gary Richards Div2 Winner John Gilbert 43 R/Up Peter Clorley 41 3rd Richard Killion 39 NTPs 3rd I Bennett 6th/Pro pin J Sullivan 8th J Gilbert 12th P Ferris 15th D Webber 17th M Short

Friday 29/3 Blue Marker Challenge Overall Winner – Mark Gillies 67 Div1 Winner Adam Bullock 70 R/Up Mick Short 71 Div2 Winner Freddy Alcantara R/Up Dale Magnusson Div3 Winner Mark Gillies 67 R/Up Andy Kay 69 Gross Winner Peter Irby 75 R/Up Peter Ferris 78 NTP’s 3rd/Pro pin S Killingback 6th L Johnston 8th A Fletcher 12th A Crockett 15th M Gillies 17th A Bullock

Saturday 30/3 Autumn Cup Stableford Overall Winner Michael Chorlton 44 Div1 Winner Tim Buckett 42c/b R/Up Ben Sweeney 42c/b 3rdTony Dennis 40 Div2 Winner Graham Painter 42 R/Up Phil Mansfield 40c/b 3rd Tony Tarrant 40c/b NTPs 3rd M Wilsdon 6th/Pro pin P McQueen 8th R MacDonald 12th S Brecard 15th S Skinner 17th M Smith.




U/10s Kingscliff Lunas 2 loss to Cudgen cookies 21

U/10s Kingscliff Twinkles 9 defeated Banora Ospreys 7

U/10s Kingscliff Purple Hearts 6 defeated Terranora Terrors 3

U/11s Kingscliff Blue moons 17 defeated Lindisfarne Lollypops 0

U/12a Kingscliff Meteors 12 loss to Saints lynx 21

U/12b Kingscliff Eclipses 5 loss to Saints Magic 21

U/13s Kingsscliff Sunshines 43 defeated Lindisfarne livewires 1

Cadet A Kingscliff Shooting Stars 20 loss to Banora Magpies 43

Div 2 Kingscliff Astrals 37 defeated Cudgen Chargers 14

Div 1 Kingscliff Avatars 44 defeated Cudgen lightning 29

Div 1 Kingscliff Novas 21 loss to Sharpshooters 23


Murwilumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 600 yards: A Cronk 100.12, 0, 100.12; T Matthews 97.10, 3, 100.10; S Waddell 98.7, 2, 100.7; W Shoobridge 99.9, 0, 99.9; S Dolan 99.8, 0, 99.8.

Scope: M Sforcina 119.9, 3, 121.9; G Morris 116.8, 5, 121.8; Rama 108.3, 11, 119.3.



Fred Newman won the singles competition with Mark Smith second. Raini Kahn & Mark Smith defeated Roberta Hall & Fred Newman 3–0 in the final to win the doubles competition.

*** All welcome, play is at the Mullumbimby Tennis Clubhouse, Byron Street Mullumbimby, Thursday evening 6.30 start. Also, build on your skills with our new table tennis robot. Enquiries phone Mark 0409 473 517 or Chris 6684 1468.






Nova Skill – Northern Rivers Rugby League – Round 1 
(Updated 12pm Friday)


Ballina A Grade

Brett Kelly

Fred Pitt

Clarence Kelly

Luke simpson

Tyrone Kelly

Alwyn Roberts

Andrew battese

Greg Ryan ©

Jess Perry

Rory Skinner

Simon Perkins

Matt Connors

Kane Montgomery

Nathan Hoey

Willow James

Steve Kelly

Brian Kelly



Byron Bay A Grade

Tobin Cupples,

Duane Cahill,

Fraser Jones,

James Harrington,

Rex Sheavils,

Ryan O’Connell,

Sam Barnes,

Simon Kelly,

Ben Webber,

Brett Harvey,

Noel King,

Peter Flannery,

Joseph Gordon

Res Matthew Ferns,

Seb Lamilla



Casino A Grade

David Briggs

Jayden Torrens

Kevin Torrens

Todd Johnston

Rodney Collins

Matty Roberts

Norm Williams

Chris McGrath

Adam Hollis

Jack Wilder

Grant Brown

Sam Lyons

Gary Roberts

Andrew Bell

Jacob Ngaugmo



Casino Reserves

Ken Laurie

Raymo Munro

Heathen Speedy

Darcy Bird

Mitch Cooke

Te Ate Jackson

Todd Walker  (c)

Lawrence Smith

Ben Birney  (c)

Mark O’Neill

Kevin Willis

Jacob Lyons

Steve Close



Evans Head A Grade

Tamuta Mataora

Dennis Greenup

Edwin Tafeamalii

Brayden Vickery

Terry Kelly

Todd Graham

Ryan Eckersley

Tim Tregidgo

Brad Fletcher

Tyson Binge

Josh Cook

Eli Cook

Penoa Liupau-Auapaau

Aaron Scells

Alan Campbell



Evans Heads Reserves

Des Anderson

Jo Scells

Justin Butcher

Jamie Hutley

Joshua Spicer

Elliott Roberts

Mark Ferguson

Kai Northery

Mat  McMullen

Sam Keogh

Darcy McKenna

Clint Wilson

Jarred Waters

Raymond Walker

Dylan Hutley

Glen Deas

Cody Powell

Sean Semple

Mark Binge

Kyle Roberts



Kyogle A Grade

Sam Nicholson

Lachlan Crawter

Jone Mailici

Garnett Donnelly

Courtney Nagas

Tim Green

Ben Studders

Scott Lavelle

Todd Newton

Cameron Mulchay

Jarred Newton

Travis Falls

Don Walker

Kevin Walker

Simon Pederson

Billy Bugden



Lower Clarence A Grade

Ben MCdonald

Luke Kapeen

DJ Eamons

Andrew Kapeen

Chris Jones

Brenton Blanch

Jason James

Ryan Binge

Simon Harrison

Jordan walker

Alex Robison

Joe Walker

Daniel Rattray

Josh Ryan

Steve Austin


South Grafton A Grade

Cain Freeburn

Allistar Flanders

Mikee Randall

Aaron Martin

Kyle Daley

Ronald Gordon

Bud Johnson

Ben woods

Rhys Walters

Dwayne Duke

Mick Watkins

Grant Stevens

Brett wicks

Brian Quinlin

Curtis Lauire

Josh Harris

17. TBA


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