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April 23, 2021

Shake that jive, Mullum comes alive

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Tweed Council to write to government for more housing support

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Jack McCoy bringing surf show to Lennox

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Government bullying and hidden agendas

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Cr Keith Williams calls for consultation on South Ballina Beach access

At today's Ballina Council meeting, Cr Keith Williams is going to urge council to write to the NSW Minister for Crown Lands about South Ballina beach, which has recently been closed to public 4WD access.

The biggest little town in Australia came alive with sound and colour at the weekend for the seventh annual Mullum Music Festival, a sold out success. Quality music, art, food and street performance spread around over a dozen venues gave the town atmosphere and a shared community experience for both locals and musicians.

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(See Jeff Dawson’s photo gallery in our Entertainment section)

 

Sister act: Ukulele players Frewoinin (left) and Amete Baume from The Channon enjoyed their street-busking gig on their annual pilgrimage to the annual Mullum Music Festival. Photo Luis Feliu
Sister act: Ukulele players Frewoini (left) and Amete Baume from The Channon enjoyed their street-busking gig on their annual pilgrimage to this year’s Mullum Music Festival. Photo Luis Feliu


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  1. A little bit of New Orleans, a little bit of soul by all means, a little bit of country, all dressed and jazzed up with the screaming of a brassy, sexy saxophone.
    Hear that trumpet blare and the shiny trombone moan and the raunchy singer’s tonsil in such a shrilly tone. Well, it was all on the road, and in the street, and on the stair, in the beat and in the heat of a hearty little town with a big heart that’s beating proud. There was no time for napping for people’s feet were tapping and dancing without astepp’n on a bindi at Mullum Music’s Fest where many were their guests in Mullum, Mullumbimby

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